Travel to canada if you have a dui

DUI and NIT homologation progresses

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Current Permanent Resident Card with photo (New Edition) (I-151 or I-551), Current Temporary Resident Card (New Edition) (I-688), Current Work Authorization Card (I-688A), Current Refugee Travel Document (I-151 or I-551), Current Work Authorization Document issued by the Immigration Service, Temporary Protected Status Program (TPS), Other documents issued by authorities abroad.

Citizens residing abroad who wish to make their application at the consular annex of their convenience, must previously request an appointment at the Call Center 1-888-301-1130, option # 4, United States-Canada, and 1-800-747-6117 for Mexico or through the link: portalcitas.rree.gob.sv, which is also enabled to make an appointment for Milan, in which the citizen will be provided with the date and time of his/her assigned appointment so that he/she may appear at the service center.

Current Permanent Resident Card with photo (New Edition) (I-151 or I-551), Current Temporary Resident Card (New Edition) (I-688), Current Work Authorization Card (I-688A), Current Refugee Travel Document (I-151 or I-551), Current Work Authorization Document issued by the Immigration Service, Temporary Protected Status Program (TPS), Other documents issued by authorities abroad.

Tourist visa waivers

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.

Deportations and Return to Canada

Planning to escape routine or winter weather to enjoy a tropical climate or a culture rich in history? If you’re hoping to take a trip abroad, don’t pack your bags before reading this, or you could find yourself on the first flight home. Criminal records travel with you. For example, a DUI offense can carry international travel restrictions with its verdict.

You may ask yourself: “What countries can’t you go to with a DUI or criminal record?”. If you are restricted from traveling abroad because of your criminal record, planning a vacation can get a little complicated. For example, Mexico and Jamaica may not handle criminal records in the same way. What if you want to go on a cruise? There are several countries to consider if you are going ashore. Criminal records include violent crimes and felonies (which include repeat drunk and drugged driving offenses), but each country handles foreign criminal offenses in its own way.

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 opening hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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