You may not be able to visit Canada after a conviction for impaired driving. DUI, DUAI, DWAI, DWI, OVI, OWI, and even reckless driving can make you inadmissible. Most people will need to make an application to be allowed to travel to Canada after an impaired driving conviction. Find out if your past convictions make you inadmissible to Canada.
If you are a US Citizen that needs to enter Canada with a DUI, there are several things you need to know including the relief available. We discuss why you should apply for both Criminal Rehabilitation and a Temporary Resident Permit if you have a DUI. Read more about entering Canada with a DUI here.
A previous DUI, DWI, or other criminal convictions will make you “criminally inadmissible” to Canada. Here are some important things to know before your next trip north.
In many cases, you can overcome your inadmissibility to Canada due to a DUI. Each case is unique and the costs carry depending on your situation. Find out more about how much it might cost you.