Traveling to Canada with a DUIL
A DUIL, or Driving Under the Influence of Liquor, is a very rare charge that is extremely similar to a DUI charge. Just like other driving while impaired charges, a DUIL qualifies as an indictable offense under Canadian Law. As a result, you will need to apply for a Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) or Criminal Rehabilitation in order to overcome your criminal inadmissibility and enter Canada. A TRP can be obtained much more quickly that a Criminal Rehabilitation, but is only a temporary solution and will eventually expire. A Criminal Rehabilitation application takes longer to process but will permanently remove the previous restrictions imposed on you by your DUIL.
If you are planning to travel to Canada with a DUIL, contact us today for a consultation. Our team of experts (Lawyers and consultants) can help determine the best steps to take in overcoming your inadmissibility.