Montreal, Quebec (PRWEB) July 25, 2014
For many, the summer months are the ideal time for travelling to Canada to hunt, fish, visit family, or take in the Canadian landscape. Upon arrival at a Canadian border or port of entry, many travellers learn they are inadmissible to Canada for criminal reasons and are unable to enter the country, derailing travel plans.
Travellers to Canada from around the world find themselves in this position due to prior criminal convictions, in cases where the individual committed their offence in Canada, the United States, or another country abroad.
FWCanada is a leader in resolving cases of inadmissibility to Canada due to American convictions. It is now providing a permanent solution to resolve inadmissibility for those who have been convicted of crimes in Canada through a new Record Suspension service, in combination with the Criminal Rehabilitation and Temporary Resident Permit services that are also offered by the firm.
This valuable new Record Suspension service affords an opportunity for individuals who are inadmissible to Canada due to previous criminal convictions to have any convictions received in Canada set aside, restoring their admissibility and allowing free travel to Canada. FWCanada guides clients through the Record Suspension process, preparing professional applications and ensuring clients can approach the Canadian border with confidence.
FWCanada’s supervising attorney Marisa Feil notes that, “pursuing a record suspension is an important part of the criminal inadmissibility process for individuals convicted of a crime in Canada. This new service offered by our firm will allow our attorneys provide individuals with the tools they need to freely travel to Canada.”
FWCanada is a Canadian Immigration Law Firm which provides expertise in immigration services such as Temporary Resident Permits, Criminal Rehabilitation, Study Permits and Work Permits. Marisa Feil and her team ensure that each case is closely evaluated to determine the most relevant program for each client. For more information, contact FWCanada at 1-855-316-3555.