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posted 2 years ago
Overstaying in Canada
What happens if you overstay in Canada?
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  • Canada
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  • Immigration Law
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posted a year ago
There are a few potential consequences of overstaying in Canada. First and foremost, you will be subject to deportation and may also face criminal charges. Additionally, if you have overstayed in Canada for more than six months but less than a year, you may be barred from re-entering the country for five years. If you have overstayed in Canada for one year or more, you may be barred from re-entering the country for ten years.