More detailed court disposition from DUI Court Supervision?
I recently completed the terms of a DUI court Supervision. The disposition reads “supervision terminated satisfied”. I have a job that travels a lot (Canada) and wants to see something that’s further explains or actually states “no conviction” “terms of supervision completed” because they feel “supervision terminated satisfied” is too broad. Can anyone recommend a certified court document that can help. Or can I request a more detailed court supervision? Help is greatly appreciated in advance.
4 attorney answers
I have bad news for you.
You will be denied admission to Canada at any land point of entry with your DUI supervision which that country regards as conviction for its admission policies.
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You should discuss this with the attorney that assisted you with the DUI. That attorney can explain what is available to assist you.
Get a letter from your attorney explaining the legal definition of supervision. I also recommend contacting a Canadian immigration attorney such as the one Mr. Harvatin mentioned.
Canada does not care if it's a conviction or supervision. You will probably have trouble getting in. Contact Marisa Feil. https://www.canadianimmigration.net/about-us/