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Can drunk driving affect travel to Canada?

If you have been accused of getting behind the wheel while under the influence of alcohol, all sorts of questions may be on your mind and you could wonder how the charges will affect your life. From a lengthy prison sentence to the suspension of your driver's license and trouble with family members, these charges can have serious repercussions. If you were charged with DUI in Greensburg or another Pennsylvania city, you should also be aware of the other ways these charges could affect you, such as preventing you from traveling to Canada.

On their site, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection reports that drunk driving convictions can keep people from entering Canada. If you have been charged with drunk driving and are found guilty, a Canadian immigration officer may decide to prevent you from coming into the country. Whether you want to visit Canada as a tourist or have business that you need to conduct, this can be devastating, which is yet another reason why DUI charges have to be taken very seriously.

Aside from traveling to Canada, DUI charges could result in the loss of your job or prevent you from obtaining a position in the future. Drunk driving charges should be approached correctly and you should make sure that any crucial details which could strengthen your defense have been examined.

Please be aware that the information which has been presented in this piece is for general informational purposes and does not in any way represent legal help.

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