For Sportsmen, By Sportsmen:
Information Regarding Denials for Entry into Canada, Overcoming Inadmissibility, Forming and Advising Hunting and Fishing Organizations, Game and Fish Violations and Trademark and Patents for Outdoor Equipment by Chaudhary Law Office, USA
There have been comments from thankful folks that can cross the border to hunt the Canadian Rockies due to an application for rehabilitation, to sad stories of honeymooners staying on the US side of Niagra falls because of a prior misdemeanor.
On Monday evening (May 21, 2012) my girlfriend and I were both denied entry to Canada at Vancouver airport. The reasons for both of us being denied entry were said to be because of old criminal convictions.
Unfortunately, access is still at the desecration of the border patrol. At Chaudhary Law Office, PLLC we continue to urge you to clear up any prior legal entanglements before heading north for business or pleasure.
You can save yourselves a lot of money and inconvenience.
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Satveer Chaudhary is the founding lawyer of Chaudhary Law Office, PLLC. In practice over 10 years Chaudhary brings 14 years of legislative experience as a State Senator and Member of the Minnesota House of Representatives to each and every case
Satveer S. Chaudhary is a lifelong sportsman and former wildlife and conservation policy- maker. As an attorney, he represents hunting and fishing organizations, businesses, individual hunters and anglers, and serves on the board of Safari Club International. He has worked in a variety of capacities with National Association of Sportsmen Caucuses, NRA, Ducks Unlimited, and Pheasants Forever. He knows the law because he helped make it.
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