Welcome to FWCanada’s site specifically dedicated to assisting Americans with previous convictions who require assistance travelling to Canada.
Americans seeking advice on whether they will be admitted to Canada or how they can cross the Canadian border can benefit from a FREE Consultation. During the consultation we will evaluate your options for entering Canada after a DUI or other conviction and give you information on processing times and your likelihood of success. Our office is staffed with expert Canadian immigration lawyers licensed to represent you in any Canadian immigration matter, whether you are simply travelling temporarily for work or pleasure or seeking to reside in Canada permanently. All of the services we offer are flat-rate fees.
Since our main area of expertise is travel to Canada after a misdemeanor or felony conviction, we are best placed to understand the one of a kind needs of our customers including the wish to work with a Canadian licensed lawyer who best understand how to maximize chances of success on these types of applications.
We understand how frustrating it can be to not get a definitive answer on whether someone with a previous conviction or DUI can cross the Canadian border. We know that often travel plans only arrive with little time to prepare the documentation that would allow a person to enter Canada. We have earned a reputation of providing honest consultations, so that you know exactly what your chances of success are, so that you can make the best decision. We submit more applications to overcome inadmissibility to Canada than any other law firm in all of Canada. We work tirelessly for our clients so that we can provide the best quality, cost-effective, convenient to everyone who contacts us.
Services offered to overcome inadmissibility
– Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) application: to temporarily overcome inadmissibility. This solution is effective for individuals with recent convictions or for individuals that may have older convictions on their record.
– Criminal Rehabilitation application: to permanently overcome inadmissibility. This solution is effective to completely remove inadmissibility so that a person never has to file another application to travel to Canada. Once approved, so long as a person does not reoffend, they have the same rights to travel to Canada as an individual without any prior convictions.
We are pleased to offer a discount to individuals who retain us for both the Rehabilitation and TRP applications
– Legal Opinion Letter: to overcome an officer’s concerns regarding inadmissibility. This solution is effective for individuals with only one minor conviction, where the sentence was completed more than 10 years ago (deemed rehabilitation) or for those who completed certain court programs not resulting in a conviction.