I have been refused entry to Canada in the past. Does this mean that I will be refused an eTA?
A past refusal of entry to Canada, or a refusal of a document to travel to Canada, does not mean you will be refused an eTA. Each application is assessed on a case-by-case basis. You are encouraged to apply regardless of a previous immigration decision.
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