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I was convicted of an offence in Canada 17 years ago - however there was just one and I have since received a pardon - will I have problems travelling to the US?
Information for Canadian citizens who have a past criminal offence who wish to enter the United States.
Represented by Calgary immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah, after 4 years of submitting applications and paperwork on Red Hook immigrant Jaysen Reyes met with Citizenship and Immigration Canada in Calgary and was granted Canadian permanent residency.
My sincere thank you to Evelyn Ackah and Ackah Law for helping me to become a Permanent Resident here in Canada. I feel like I'm your family too because every time I feel down and hopeless, you guys are very supportive and always encouraging me that everything will be fine, that life is very beautiful ... you treat me not as a client but you treat me like a family and you showed it to me and I am very thankful that Evelyn Ackah and the Ackah Law Team have a good heart... And you made it happen ... you work very professionally and I feel confident working with you! You guys are awesome ! Hope you will continue to help other people like me and again, from my heart, I want to say thank you!
Understand your rights and learn about the benefits of using an immigration lawyer from Evelyn Ackah, founder and managing lawyer at Ackah Business Immigration Law, with offices in Calgary, Toronto and Vancouver.
Hello Evelyn, I can’t thank you enough for ALL OF YOUR HELP. The piece of mind you have provided to me during a time when I was about ready to melt was invaluable and very much appreciated. I truly felt like you were in my corner against the mammoth.
Immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah talks to Alberta@Noon about cross-border issues and what Canadians travelling to the US should be aware of.
75% of respondents to a Radio-Canada survey think immigrants should be tested on “Canadian values".
Monday, March 6 US President Trump issued a new travel ban that blocks travelers from 6 countries. While not targeting travelers from Canada, some Canadians have experienced difficulties crossing US borders. Immigration lawyers advise that Canadians planning to travel to the US should understand their rights and be prepared to show they are not staying in the United States.