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Travel to Canada With A DUI

Travel to Canada with a DUI is only possible under a few specific instances. If you have a DUI and additional criminal charges or multiple DUI convictions, you’re going to be found inadmissible to Canada and stopped at the border. We offer free consultations in person or by phone for U.S. citizens traveling to Canada…

Canada DUI Entry: 2019 Changes

There were major changes to Canada’s DUI entry rules in 2018 and 2019. Changes to Canada’s entry rules were not direct, but a consequence of changes to Bill-C46 coming into power on December 18th,2018. Those changes made visitors that could previously enter Canada legally after 10 years, including those from the United States, became inadmissible…

2019 Update On Bill-C46 Relax DUI Entry Requirements

2019 Update On Bill-C46 Relax DUI Entry Requirements There has been a late but welcome update regarding Bill C-46’s tougher penalties for impaired driving that came into effect on December 18, 2018.  It appears the Canadian government is willing to grandfather in DUI charges that occurred before the bill took effect. Essentially anyone previously entering…

Thousands Of US Truckers With DUI Charge Inadmissible To Canada

Thousands Of U.S. Truckers With DUI Inadmissible To Canada Thousands of U.S. truck drivers that have been crossing the border with a DUI and were “deemed rehabilitated”, will no longer be admissible under those guidelines due to changes in the Canadian Criminal Code. The maximum sentence in Canada for impaired driving from 5 to 10 years.…

Dui Entry to Canada Set To Become More Difficult

DUI Entry to Canada Set To Become More Difficult The Canadian government just passed legislation that’s going to make it even more difficult to enter Canada with a DUI. The amendments increased the maximum sentence in Canada for impaired driving from 5 to 10 years. This effectively means that a DUI charge is no longer…