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#3311867 - 03/14/14 02:23 PM Re: Driving to Canada - PP requirement [Re: Clevy]
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Registered: 06/05/13
Posts: 978
Loc: Wisconsin USA
Originally Posted By: Clevy
Originally Posted By: turtlevette
They refuse entry to anyone that has had a DUI in the past 10 years, passport or no.


As far as entry to Canada again you have no idea what your talking about. Yes a customs official can deny entry based on any conviction however if the crime isn't violent or drugs it's up to the customs agent and his discretion whether a foreigner will be denied entry.
Thanks for your wisdom. Again you've got absolutely no clue and your info is wrong.


According to Government of Canada website: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/inadmissibility/index.asp

If you have been convicted of driving while impaired by alcohol or drugs, you will probably be found criminally inadmissible to Canada.

It sounds like there are legal ways around this for compelling reasons to enter, but for the majority of travel to Canada a DUI means no entry.
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#3311957 - 03/14/14 03:53 PM Re: Driving to Canada - PP requirement [Re: stockrex]
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Stockrex, don't forget about the Michigan enhanced drivers license. Cheaper, easier, faster, if it suits your needs.
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#3312159 - 03/14/14 07:51 PM Re: Driving to Canada - PP requirement [Re: SatinSilver]
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Registered: 09/30/13
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Originally Posted By: satinsilver
Originally Posted By: stockrex
Can anyone comment if a PP with a 07/2014 expiration is OK to travel to Canada by road?


It's just like a giant coupon. No worries. At first I thought you were talking about Pennzoil. smile


Me too! I thought he was wanting to go UP to Canada to buy some PP at their ridiculously high prices. crazy
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#3312560 - 03/15/14 09:26 AM Re: Driving to Canada - PP requirement [Re: stockrex]
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Registered: 01/08/06
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Loc: Michigan
just changed the oil in my ridgeline with PP :-)

FYI: I called the canadian embassy/consulate in Detroit and DC, could not reach a human, all the message pointed to some website.
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#3312885 - 03/15/14 04:04 PM Re: Driving to Canada - PP requirement [Re: stockrex]
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Registered: 11/06/09
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Sorry guys, they were probably out taking some fresh air.

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