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  • When It’s a Minor Offense Where You Live But a Serious Crime in Canada

    Just because your criminal criminal is considered “minor” where you live, doesn’t mean Canada treats it the same way. Some crimes are considered serious offenses in Canada and could keep you out of the country as a visitor. Find out more from Canadian Immigration Lawyer Tiffany McKenzie in the video below – and you may […]
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  • BREAKING: NEXUS at the Border Could Get a Whole Lot Better

    If you’re a frequent traveler between the United States and Canada, this news will be music to your ears. The NEXUS trusted traveler program could get a lot better and eliminate the backlog (currently 12-14 months) to schedule an interview for NEXUS. Check out the news release from Rep. Brian Higgins and if you have […]
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  • Denied Entry to Canada? Criminal Inadmissibility & Rehabilitation

    Canadian Immigration Attorney Tiffany McKenzie continues her discussion of criminal inadmissibility and rehabilitation in the video below. Even if you have a criminal record and are worried about how it will impact your ability to travel, you can still vacation in beautiful Canada this summer – just don’t wait till the last minute. Watch below […]
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  • If You Have a Criminal Record, NOW is the Time to Apply to Enter Canada

    Attorney Tiffany McKenzie further discusses entering Canada with a criminal record. Invited to a wedding in Canada this summer? Want to catch a baseball game? Or attend a concert in Toronto? If you have a criminal record and are worried about how it will impact your ability to travel, don’t worry! You can still vacation […]
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  • How to Avoid a Costly Mistake When Crossing the US/Canada Border

    If you’re planning to cross the US/Canada or US/Mexico border for work or pleasure, it’s important to be aware of the potential risks and costs involved. In this video, immigration lawyer Rosanna Berardi explains how to avoid making a costly mistake when crossing the border. If you have any questions, contact Berardi Immigration Law today. […]
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  • Don’t Worry, You Can Still Vacation in Canada with a Criminal Record!

    Invited to a wedding in Canada this summer? Want to catch a baseball game? Or attend a concert in Toronto? If you have a criminal record and are worried about how it will impact your ability to travel, don’t worry, you can still vacation in beautiful Canada this summer. But don’t wait until the last […]
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  • Canada Brings Back Testing for Flights from China, Hong Kong & Macau

    Following the US and the UK, Canada has brought back in COVID testing for people traveling from China, Hong Kong, and Macau. Watch the video below for more details and you may also be interested in our post on what being unvaccinated means for you at the US border. If you have any questions, contact […]
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  • Canada Immigration in 2023: What to Expect

    Are you looking to immigrate to Canada? In this video, we take a look at what the immigration landscape might look like in 2023. If you have any questions, contact Berardi Immigration Law today. We would love to hear from you.
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  • BIL Profile: Tiffany McKenzie

    Tiffany McKenzie is an accomplished Canadian attorney with a successful track record representing individuals and corporations. Tiffany represents Berardi Immigration Law’s clients at Visa Centres and ports-of-entry to come to Canada with criminal rehabilitation applications. Tiffany discovered her love of immigration law right out of law school, and worked for one of the most well-known […]
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  • 3 Huge Changes for Canadian Immigration

    Canadian Immigration Attorney Tiffany McKenzie talks about some big changes for Canadian immigration for students and others. Watch the video below for more info and if you have any questions, contact Berardi Immigration Law today.
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