I read somewhere you are eligible for TRP if no jail time served. However 2 days jail is minimum for 1st DUI in California. I have read other places that say nothing of how jail relate to eligibility for TRP. I had Imposition of Sentence Suspended with 3 yrs probation, 2 days jail, fines.
This is an Canadian legal question, not an American legal question. No American lawyers will be able to advise you on Canadian law. Call the Canadian consulate for help.
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Maybe. Maybe not. Canada is very strict about this stuff. You should contact a Canadian embassy.
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You should contact a Canadian immigration law firm, it's possible that doing the jail time in jail impacts the duration of time you're inadmisible.
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