Can I still go to Canada?
I'm a US citizen wanting to go to Canada. 3 years ago I was arrested, but I was never convicted. The charge was also later dropped and expunged. Is it possible that I'll still get into Canada?
- Anonymous8 months ago
Just see what they tell you.
- Obi Wan KnievelLv 78 months ago
It's possible. No promises though.
Thank you for asking, I think.
- 8 months ago
A current passport is required for entry into Canada no matter your nationality. You may also use a Trusted Traveler program card, like NEXUS, or an enhanced drivers license, but you are still required to have a passport. If you are traveling with a birth certificate and drivers license, do so at your own risk.
- capitalgentlemanLv 78 months ago
You were not convicted, so, you would not be disallowed because of the arrest. There may be other reasons, but, not that.
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- lamarlafongLv 48 months ago
They don't want you, stay home.
- opurtLv 78 months ago
The charge being dropped and expunged means that the arrest won't prevent your entry to Canada because effectively it "never happened". That doesn't mean that there might not be other reasons why you wouldn't be admitted.
- Beverly SLv 78 months ago
If expunged I don't think it shows up.
- Rona LachatLv 78 months ago
Canada Immigration Officers will decide when you try to cross.
Crossing into Canada is more than just not having a criminal record.