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Applying for Canada working holiday visa - must I declare my arrest, enough to deny?

Applying for Canada working holiday visa - must I declare my arrest, enough to deny?

Old May 19th 2012, 3:45 pm
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I'm not going to recommend that the OP misrepresents himself, nor is it my duty to urge him not to do that. OP, you are definitely, 100%, not criminally inadmissible to Canada. This 'extra hassle' you mention is nothing. It is an e-mail or a phone call from the Canadian High Commission asking you to tell them why you ticked 'yes'. It won't significantly delay your application. It's up to you what you do but if you lie and are caught or one day decide you want to emigrate permanently to Canada it could come back and bite you on the arse!
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