I've got a criminal record in Canada, I heard I can't travel is this true?

I need to visit family next summer in the states, so will it be a problem travelling down or will I be stopped?
Anonymous User
Anonymous User
Asked Oct 05, 2012
US law restricts anyone who has a criminal record from entering their country. This is emphasized by the increased information sharing between Canada and the US. Accordingly it is recommended that you obtain a "Waiver of Inadmissibility" or a Travel Waiver as it's better known. Reference: http://www.canadianpardons.ca/us_entry_waivers/overview/
You can also start your application here.


PriyaK
Answered Oct 05, 2012
Thx! This helps me alot, just what I was looking for
CR Oct 05, 2012
Canada and the US share criminal records and if you have a record, you will be questioned at the border. If you have serious outstanding warrants you will likely be arrested. It would be wise to clear it up beforehand if possible.

http://www.recordgone.com/articles/entering_canada_criminal_record.htm
Rob
Answered Oct 05, 2012
Thx rob
CR Oct 05, 2012
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