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  1. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    i mean most visa application processes involve some sort of criminal background check.
    usually its fine, just a lot of countries will deny you entry if you have any sort of drugs or DUI on your records though

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      This is not accurate. Many visas do not involve criminal background checks.
      t. Criminal

  2. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    you can get denied for literally any reason

  3. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    I cannot get into Canada because I was arrested for trespassing because I accidentally went onto someone else's land while looking for morel mushrooms.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      1) My shitty understanding of 'Trespassing' is that you need to be warned first
      2) Do arrests count? Shouldn't that be convictions (which lead to a record)?
      3) Why do you want to go to Canada?

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        I argued that I was on p[ublic land and he could frick off
        idk
        Fishing trip

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        1) Depends on the situation

        Generally tresspassing means you need to be verbally trespassed in a warning in which both parties make it absolutely clear that you should not be there. However many places often acknowledge fences, signage, etc to communicate this.

        2) Arrests don't show unless same county, until charged they don't mean anything

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          Trespassing means breaking a trespass notice, and not being issued one in the first place I would assume (which can happen to anyone, at anytime, for any reason).

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      1) My shitty understanding of 'Trespassing' is that you need to be warned first
      2) Do arrests count? Shouldn't that be convictions (which lead to a record)?
      3) Why do you want to go to Canada?

      1) Depends on the situation

      Generally tresspassing means you need to be verbally trespassed in a warning in which both parties make it absolutely clear that you should not be there. However many places often acknowledge fences, signage, etc to communicate this.

      2) Arrests don't show unless same county, until charged they don't mean anything

      Trespassing means breaking a trespass notice, and not being issued one in the first place I would assume (which can happen to anyone, at anytime, for any reason).

      Canada is a special case, like mexico, because they have direct access to the US NCIC system. Thats the database that cops have in their car computers. Canada also has access to other US citizen records they really shouldnt have.

      Mexico is a bit more complicated because most of it is so undeveloped, broken, and corrupt that the parts of the government do not communicate with eachother. There are many entrypoints in which people with records can get into mexico with no NCIC notification to its authorities. however, there are other areas where ther IS NCIC notification. Trying to cross into mexico with a criminal record and being caught is worse than in canada, because you may get arrested before being deported. In canada they will just turn you around and tell you to frick off.

      There are plans to expand this system to Japan so be on the lookout. However, they are having problems on agreements with japan and japan has not rolled it out fully. As of right now they will only run you through NCIC if they pull you aside for secodnary inspection, because each run requires permission from the US state department. In canada, your info is run automatically like how it is when a cop pulls you over for a ticket.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        Wow thanks for this anon. Seething much less about my experiences at the Canadian border after reading your quality explanation.

  4. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    I have a drug distribution felony from 2006 and I've had no trouble getting in to over 20 countries, including most of Europe, Philippines, Canada, Japan and China (as a US citizen). The only countries I was told would be a problem are Canada and Australia/NZ, and haven't been down under and was never asked about it going in to Canada, they just scanned my passport and asked simple questions they ask everyone.
    If you're on a 'different' list like no-fly or muslim terrorist shit, you may be treated different though. Apply ahead of time for the visa if you can to avoid surprises, don't do the visa-when-you-land option if you can avoid it.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Fake and gay. Felons cant own guns or have a passport

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        You're only correct about the guns and then it's possible if you've had your rights restored usually this is granted in the case of low level offenses after like 10 years of no further criminal behavior.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        Felons can definitely have a passport, actually. This is especially true if you had one before becoming a felon and it was never confiscated (court ordered passport revokations do not actually cancel the passport).

        T. Felon

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