I am planning on visiting Canada next month for a vacation, but I have a concern that i made not be admitted into the country.
To summarize: I have 2 arrests on my record, but no charges/they were dismissed/sealed. The first arrest happened over 10 years ago, when I was in high school. I got into a fight with a classmate and was arrested, the case was dismissed/sealed, and since I a minor I was told I didn't need to do anything else. The second arrest happened in 2012, but the case was officially dismissed in 2014, I was charged for assault, but it was dismissed/received an ACD/sealed. My question is, would either of these events prevent me from visiting Canada? Also, for my most recent arrest, I still have my certificate of disposition, would I need to bring this with me?
Any advice would be greatly appreciated, thank you for your time.
This was incorrectly assigned to appeals.
I reassigned it to immigration
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