How long does a criminal record last in Canada?

Answer Criminal records that contain offenses are removed when the person dies, turns 100 years old, is 80 years old and crime-free for 10 years or a sentence is complete and the person has been crime-fre... Read More »

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How to Get Into Canada With a Criminal Record?

Crossing the Canadian border with a criminal past is difficult. Even minor offenses, including reckless things done long in the past, can get you stopped by the authorities. Travelers who were mere... Read More »

The Criminal Record Review Act of Canada?

The Criminal Records Review Act allows employers to perform a criminal background check on potential employees who may be expected to work with children. An employer may not require a potential em... Read More »

How to Clear a Criminal Record in Canada?

According to the Canadian Criminal Records Act, clearing a criminal record in Canada that is a result of a conviction for a criminal act requires a Canadian pardon. This should not be confused with... Read More »

Can i go to mexico with a criminal record in canada?

According to the Foreign Affairs and International Trade Office of Canada, Mexico may refuse entry to Canadians with criminal records. If you are refused entry, Mexico will send you back to Canada ... Read More »