Yes, you can travel to Canada with a UK police caution. However, you cannot travel to Canada if you have been charged with a felony in the UK.
how long does a conviction stay on your criminal record in the UK if you have not served jail time
I have UK travel document (blue) do I need a visa to visit canada?
He was arrested in the UK for possessing Cannabis
ENTRY to the US would be doubtful with a criminal record, especially if the crimes are felonies.
In order to have a criminal record spent in the UK, a number of years must pass. It depends on the crimes you were charged with.
Yes a passport will be necessary to travel between Canada and the United Kingdom.
In England, Wales and Northern Ireland, the age of criminal responsibility (and therefore the age at which you can get a criminal record) is 10. In Scotland, the age of criminal responsibility is 8.
In the UK, driving offences only form part of your criminal record if you received a caution or conviction for the offence. Fixed penalty fines and speed awareness courses are not part of your official criminal record.
I would say most probably yes
Any conviction of a misdemeanor or felony after your 18th birthday will result in an entry on your criminal history record.In the UK, all convictions will count as part of your criminal record, regardless of your age at the time of conviction.
No- it is impossible to enter the legal profession if you have any criminal record at all in the UK, even if the conviction is spent. It is also very difficult to enter medicine if you have a criminal conviction, though in the latter case it is not impossible if there were mitigating circumstances at the time the offence took place.
There are a number of requirements for getting a visa to the UK although each case will be assessed on an individual basis. One must be over 18 and have a valid passport with no criminal record. One can get a visa for reasons of work, study or travel.
Soon i hope but seeing as he as a criminal record he might never be able to ;(
No. However certain offences are classed as 'spent' after a period of time.
In the UK you cannot do a check of your own criminal record, the governments website gov recommends that you do a basic check via disclosure Scotland should you need just a basic disclosure.
Within the USA there are some countries who post criminal records online. However, within the UK, you have to apply to the relevant authorities to obtain any information regarding the release of information for any criminal record presently held.
no. it depends on the crime but most are expunged after 3 years
If it was after September 2004, then it will last forever as it is classed as a "recordable offence".
Italy travel document holder refugee need visit visa for Canada?
If you are not a citizen of the US or Canada, you must have a US Visa to travel in the US.
The police and intelligence service of USA, Canada, the UK, New Zealand and Australia are linked together and share the same data base. If the crime was serious enough that your record is put up electronically in their system, then you'll have problems.
A caution will be cleared of your recored when you are sixteen if you got arrested when you were about 12-13 but if you get arrested until you will have a perminant criminal recored
You can go to your local police station and ask for a "Subject Access Form" or alternatively go to your local police forces website and find the form there. There is an admin fee but it will declare what, if anything, is on your criminal record.