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I need to travel to Canada in July for a family wedding. I have a summary offense. How do I travel with a record?

Lancaster, PA |

It was a public intoxication charge from Oct. 2011. I plead guilty and paid the fine. No incidents before or after. I need to know which forms to fill out and where to find them. I do not have a passport yet. The Canadian consulate and embassy were not helpful.

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  1. What is your status now? It depends on a lot of things. If you are a permanent resident, a public intoxication charge should not be a problem for re-entry. Talk to an attorney

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