A foreign national can be rendered inadmissible or denied a visa or may be refused at Port of entry despite of having a valid permanent residence card.

The CBSA (Canadian Border & Security Agency) can declare a foreign national inadmissible on the following grounds :

  • Criminal Grounds: If a person has committed an offence Canada or any other country and is considered a security threat to Canadian public.
  • If at any point of time the person has done any human or international rights violation.
  • Medical Reasons: If a person is considered a health hazard for Canadian public or has a health condition that has excessive medical demand of more than $19,965 per year.
  • Failure to comply with Canadian Immigration Law.
  • Misrepresentation to Canadian authorities.

All inadmissibility hearings are conducted at Immigration Division of Immigration & Refugee Board.

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