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Admission into Canada after a New Jersey DUI Conviction 39:4-50
Thinking about a long weekend at Niagara Falls? If you have been convicted for NJS 39:4-50, driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol, you will need a different vacation destination.
Unlike U.S. immigration law, Canada makes you inadmissible even with a single simple DUI. Under some circumstances, you may file for a waiver in order to be allowed to enter Canada for a short period of time. It doesn’t matter what your U.S. immigration status is. Whether a U.S. citizen or undocuments, if you are convicted for DUI you will not be allowed to enter Canada, unless granted a waiver.
You have to determine your eligibility before you attempt entry to Canada.
So What Do I Do?
If you live out of New Jersey and received a ticket/DUI in Monmouth or Ocean Counties, you can
- Download our free traffic ticket book “Why Pleading Guilty to your New Jersey Traffic Ticket is NOT an option by clicking on the title,”
- Download our DUI book, “Arrested for Drunk Driving? Learn How to Beat the Odds,”
- On the menu on the right you will find our immigration books including a tool to help you figure out if you qualify for legal status,
- You contact me through this site or the chat feature; or
- You can call our knowledgeable staff at 888-695-6169.
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