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  • How to Enter Canada with a DWI/DUI Conviction

    Our Canadian Immigration Lawyer, Tiffany McKenzie, is here to tell us how to enter Canada with a DWI/DUI conviction. If you would like more information, or to apply for a rehabilitation permit to enter Canada, contact Berardi Immigration Law today.
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  • Will a DWAI Conviction Bar Entry to Canada?

    Recently, the rules surrounding DWIs, DUIs and DWAIs have changed in Canada, ushering in a new era of more aggressive enforcement. One of the most common questions our office receives is if a conviction for a DWAI will bar entry to Canada. The short answer is yes. A DWAI is treated the same way as […]
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  • New Canadian Law Will Make Travel to Canada with a Past DUI More Difficult

    Following the legalization of recreational marijuana in Canada, the Canadian government is cracking down on driving violations that occur while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. New legislation is scheduled to take effect on December 18, 2018 and will have a major impact on visitors to Canada.  Under current law, non-Canadians who have ever […]
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  • Berardi Immigration Law assisting individuals with DUI and DWI convictions with travel to Canada

    If you’ve been convicted of a DUI or DWI, chances are your life has been altered in many ways. However, you may not be aware that having an alcohol-related driving conviction on your record can significantly impact your ability to enter Canada. In fact, in most cases, this type of conviction will make you “criminally […]
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  • Have a DWI or DUI? Canada’s Upcoming Impaired Driving Act Could Impact You at the Border

    The recreational use of marijuana will be legalized in Canada beginning October 17, 2018. Naturally, this raises a number of public safety concerns, one in particular being the dangers associated with impaired driving. Greater access to the drug could result in more people driving under the influence. The Canadian government has responded to this concern […]
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