The Canadian immigration system regards people who are inadmissible under the Canadian’s Immigration law, as those who are not permitted to enter or come to Canada.
There are numerous reasons you may not be given access to Canada, for example,
- you are a security risk to the people, environment or nation
- engaging in the act of espionage that is against Canada or that is contrary to Canada’s interests;
- Involving in or instigating the subversion by force of any government;
- engaging in terrorism
- you have submitted human or universal rights infringement,
- you have been indicted wrongdoing, or you have carried out a demonstration outside Canada that would be wrongdoing,
- you have connections to sorted out wrongdoing,
- you have a severe medical issue,
- you are not financially stable,
- you lied in your application,
- you don’t meet the conditions in Canada’s movement law, or
- One of your relatives isn’t permitted into Canada.
Regularly, if you are inadmissible to Canada, you won’t be permitted to enter the country. On the off chance that you have a legitimate reason to come to Canada, you may be issued you a temporary resident permit to come to Canada.
You can find more information on Canada’s Justice Law website