Jan 15 | Posted By

In Canada, driving under the influence (DUI) is considered a serious offence. Even if your spouse received the DUI in a country where it is judged as a misdemeanor or even a slap on the wrist, they may be denied entry into Canada. Canadian immigration law does not discriminate between misdemeanor and felony offences and treats DUI as an indictable (serious) crime. Canadian immigration programs do not tread lightly when it comes to DUIs, and…

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