When you have been convicted of a crime in Canada, a record of that crime and any attached information about the case is kept. This is known as a criminal record. When you are looking for a job, travelling, or attempting to rent a property, you will sometimes be asked to disclose this record.
When you are charged for theft in Canada you will be left with a criminal record. This means that the theft charge will show up on your criminal record if you try to obtain a job, rent property, travel, or anything else that requires a criminal record check.
Criminal record checks are sometimes necessary when you are looking for a job or attempting to rent a property. Criminal record checks are used to see if an individual has any prior convictions and are used by an employer or landlord as a way to determine whether the individual is trustworthy or not.
A conviction on your criminal record means that you have gone through the complete judicial process, meaning you were arrested, charged, went to trial and found guilty. Read More
If you are looking to conceal your records so you can live without your criminal record stopping you from finding employment, finding a job, or if you just want peace of mind, there are a few routes that you can take.
When someone has committed a crime in another country, they aren’t permitted to enter Canada freely. They are first required to fill out an application for rehabilitation, acquire a Canadian Temporary Resident Permit (TRP),