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If you were convicted of or if you committed a criminal offence outside of Canada, you may be inadmissible to Canada. It is possible to overcome this inadmissibility.
Generally, you are considered to be criminally inadmissible to Canada if you:
Contact us for more information about applying for Criminal Rehabilitation or a Temporary Resident Permit. See if you are eligible to apply!
A licensed lawyer in Canada and previously in the United States, Marjan Dogen uses her cross-border experience to advise clients on a variety of legal issues, including immigration and citizenship matters. Prior to founding Dogen Law, Marjan gained experience working at a prominent immigration law firm in Toronto where she advised clients on a variety of immigration matters. Leveraging her interpersonal and communication skills, Marjan effectively connects with her clients to deliver personalized solutions that meet their legal needs. A results-driven professional, she excels at conducting detail-oriented legal research, writing, and preparing a variety of legal submissions along with applications for immigration and citizenship.
Before returning to Ontario in 2016, Marjan worked for one of the largest e-discovery law firms in the United States on anti-trust litigation matters, mergers and acquisitions. She also advised a range of individual and corporate clients on immigration matters between Canada and the United States. Marjan Dogen completed a Dual Juris Doctor (JD) program at the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law and Michigan State University College of Law. She is a Barrister and Solicitor in Ontario and a member in good standing of the Law Society of Ontario.
Marjan helped me through the process with clear directions and guidance. She is always responsive and ultimately got my application successfully approved.
Professional and friendly service. This lawyer cares about her clients and the results. She responds to our questions and concerns quickly. She helped us with our humanitarian and compassionate application due to my mother’s illness.