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Canada Entrance Restrictions

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Hope my Fodorites can help - I've heard horror stories about U.S. citizens traveling to Canada being denied entrance due to past legal problems. My hubby had a DUI when he was in college and he's 52 now - family man with a good career. I heard from a travel agent that just such a person wasn't allowed to depart on his 50th birthday cruise from Vancouver because of a 30 year old DUI charge. One can apply for a permit that "deems you are rehabilitated" but it costs $200 and takes up to 6 months. We have a cruise out of Vancouver booked and are concerned. Multiple calls to the Canadian consulate in L.A. have not been returned. Advice much appreciated!

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