If you have a dui can you travel to canada

With just a DUI you could be subject to deportation.

To process your DUI in the United States, you must schedule an appointment through the Call Center at 1-888-301-1130, option #4 for the United States and Canada or you can also visit the appointment portal of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of El Salvador: portalcitas.rree.gob.sv.

The Consulate of El Salvador in North Carolina is located in the city of Charlotte. The consulate is temporarily located at 1520 West Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28208.  The hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Tourist visa waivers

Applicants with a previous criminal record who want to enter Canada for tourism, business or transit purposes using the country’s Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) should be aware of the relevant questions on the criminal record form. Fortunately, unlike other online travel authorizations, applicants are allowed greater flexibility in clarifying their answers to the questions and providing the requested supporting documents.

Any arrest, charge, conviction or criminal conviction will require applicants to answer “yes” to the question and provide additional information to IRCC for consideration. In addition, IRCC requires eTA applicants to disclose prior criminal activity that may not have resulted in an arrest, charge or conviction. Applicants should note that this question includes criminal activity in any country, not just their home country or Canada. Canadian authorities have access to numerous criminal records databases, such as those administered by Interpol, as well as law enforcement and security entities in the United States, European countries, etc. Applicants are therefore advised not to mislead or provide false information in their applications regarding prior criminal history.

I committed a violation, how can I return to Canada? CI

I am a tourist here in Toronto Canada, and I would like to know if I can get an American visa since they are sending me a letter of invitation from Washington Tacoma, thank you for your answer alexcantante1@gmail.com. This is my email Maria Alvarenga.

I do not know why the government of El Salvador allows so much corruption in the consulates of the foreigners sincerely do not serve for nothing only serve to steal money ala people I think that Nayib Bukele should begin to clean all that scum that only serve as a nuisance the truth are a complete trash if Bukele is going to be something that also clean the scum of the consulates because they are only screen to steal money ala people sincerely is a disappointment Salvador Ernesto Garcia Gavidia

This website is not operated by this Consulate General and therefore your comments and questions will not necessarily be seen by its staff. Please note that this is not a forum for broad debate about the foreign policy of El Salvador, and such topics will be deleted.

Deportations and Return to Canada

Whether you reside here with a green card or without documentation, driving under the influence (DUI) is a serious offense with the possibility of deportation. Although some cases do not result in serious immigration consequences, when convicted, these incidences often stall or completely halt the naturalization process.

If you are an undocumented immigrant and are arrested for a DUI, it is fairly certain that someone will notify immigration authorities to transfer you to an immigration detention center. These are the cases that often result in deportation, therefore, it is highly recommended to hire an immigration attorney who is familiar with immigration law, as well as criminal defense.

The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) does not specifically consider a DUI to be a deportable offense, however, some cases involve more than just drunk driving. The term itself, “under the influence” seems self-explanatory, although it is an overly broad term and subject to interpretation upon review of a case.

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