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Can I Travel to the United States with a...

United States Customs and Border Protection agents have wide discretion to admit or refuse entry into the United States to any person.  You can be refused entry into the United States with or without a criminal record. The fact that you have a criminal record may prevent you from traveling to the United States, but not necessarily. What Crimes will Prevent Me from Crossing the Border? Generally, an impaired driving conviction will not prevent you from travelling to the United States. However, if you have multiple impaired driving convictions, this could prevent you from travelling.  Any drug possession offence will likely result in you being denied entry into the United States from Canada. If you have a conviction for a crime that is considered an offence against “moral turpitude” this conviction will likely result in you being refused entry. Crimes considered offences against moral turpitude include murder, sexual assault, assault,…


What is the Age of Consent in Canada?

15 Dec 2018

First off, it is important to understand, the age of consent only matters when one of the parties to the relationship is under 18. Anyone 18 or over who is…