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How to apply for an expungement – video

Oct 4, 2019 ...: If they do produce your records, review them closely to confirm that your conviction meets the criteria for expungement. (Robert puts down his records and clicks on….). Narrator: Now, if you can’t recall the details of your conviction… (Step 2 of the Expungement Guide titled “Get court and/or police documents” appears on the screen). Narrator: …you can request a copy

Reporting compliance

Oct 30, 2019 ... owners. As of March 31, 2017, there are 122 audits underway. Several criminal investigations are ongoing, which involve participants and facilitators. In addition to these, the CRA identified 64 other files for review to determine links to offshore files or transactions and assessment potential. Offshore Compliance Advisory Committee (OCAC) In April 2016

Nova Scotia RCMP shares Street Check and Bias-Free Policing policies | Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Nov 1, 2019 ... does not preclude the RCMP from conducting when necessary, specialized activities including the legitimate use of relevant information, indicators or the examination of behaviour to support police actions against criminal or potential criminal activity. These activities may include threat assessments, sex-offender profiling, intelligence/criminal analysis

Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA)

Nov 12, 2019 ... products Before you travel, verify the requirements for what you can bring into Canada. Pets and service animals Importing or travelling with your pet or service animal. Travelling with a DUI or other criminal convictions Find out if you are eligible to enter Canada. Save time at the border Programs and services to speed up your trip across the border. Information

Sexual Misconduct Incident Management Decision Tree

Oct 25, 2019 ... occupation, experience & position), previous conduct deficiencies, if any, and leadership role, if any, 8- Administrative action Administrative action, including remedial measures, may be taken regardless of the outcome of any disciplinary/criminal investigation or trial. For a conviction in a court, the standard of proof is ‘beyond a reasonable doubt

Application for the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot

Nov 15, 2019 ... on whether the child is travelling alone or with someone. Basic entry requirements You must meet some basic requirements to enter Canada. You must: have a valid travel document, like a passport be in good health have no criminal or immigration-related convictions convince an immigration officer that you have ties—such as a job, home, financial assets or family

Decision-Making Policy Manual for Board Members

Sep 26, 2019 ... in criminal activities; any past or current misconduct related to trafficking in, using, or introducing drugs in the institution and the measures taken or proposed as a result of this misconduct. This includes documented occurrences of positive urinalysis results or failures or refusals to provide a sample, especially those close to the review date for the release

P. J. v. Canada Employment Insurance Commission

Oct 21, 2019 ... plain meaning. Evidence [28] The documentary evidence in the file is as follows: (a) a fax transmission of a copy of the claimant's agreement dated December 16, 2011, with the Court, judicial district of Rimouski, with respect to the criminal charge he was facing (Exhibit GD3-32 to 35); (b) that the claimant was convicted on October 19, 2012 (Exhibit GD4-3); (c

Step 10 – Complete the Checklist - How to Apply for a Record Suspension – Video Tutorial

Oct 4, 2019 ... in Step 10 of the Application Guide to make sure you've included all of the required forms and documentation. If your application is not complete, it will be returned to you, which will delay its processing and the board's decision in your case. Make sure that you have: Your original criminal record or certification of no criminal record and proof of conviction

Guide 0118 - Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot

Nov 15, 2019 ... if there are reasons why you or your family members may not be admissible to Canada. For specific and up-to-date information, see our guide on where to get a police certificate. Convictions / offences outside Canada If you were convicted of or committed a criminal offence outside Canada, you may overcome this criminal inadmissibility by applying for rehabilitation, or you may

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