Can I travel with an expunged record?
Expungement or sealing of your record would not prevent your criminal record from showing up at a government agency.
An expungement only keeps employers from seeing the record and the record will still show up when you are traveling outside of the United States..
Will I be denied entry into Canada?
Having a criminal record is one of the main reasons people are refused entry into Canada. If you have a DUI (drinking under the influence) or an assault conviction lurking in your past, don’t think it will go unnoticed. … Denial to Canada is not automatic if you have a conviction. Be honest about your criminal history.
Can I go to Canada 10 years after DUI?
A DUI is now considered a serious crime and is punishable by up to 10 years of imprisonment. It is also no longer an offense that will automatically be “deemed rehabilitated” after 10 years. This means that you could still potentially be denied entry to Canada, even if the DUI happened more than a decade ago.
Can you move to Canada if you have a DUI?
If you have a DUI, you are inadmissible to Canada for at least 10 years. However, you may be able to apply for permanent residency after resolving your inadmissibility to Canada. Permanent Residents are immigrants who are approved to live and work in Canada on a permanent basis.
Can I go to Canada if my DUI is expunged?
Fortunately the Canadian government does honor and respect California expungement law. Thus, if you get your DUI conviction expunged, you will typically be able to cross the border into Canada. It is a good idea to wait at least 30-60 days after expungement before you attempt to cross the border.