I have an incredibly time sensitive issue - please do not pass judgment =)
8 years ago, I was convicted of marijuana possession, had deferred adjudication with probation, and now all is well - it's also been expunged from my record.
In 2007, my husband was arrested for possession of marijuana, (both of us had Class B misdemeanors) - He got deferred adjudication as well last January and he finished probation last month.
Everything I read, it seems that there is a good chance that BOTH of us will be denied entry.
Is this correct? I just want a straight answer from someone haha - everyone uses the word 'may' - (you MAY be denied entry, you MAY be allowed in..)
We're calling the Canadian Consulate tomorrow morning.
Any words of advice??
I know that a DUI is a very serious offense and considered a felon in Canada, but what about a measly marijuana possession conviction?
THANKS FOR ANY HELP =)
(I don't know if it makes any difference, but we're flying from Dallas, Texas)Edited: 05 November 2010, 06:27