An individual can be denied entry to a country on the grounds of security inadmissibility:
1. If they have engaged in any act against the government or government institutions
2. If they have engaged in terrorism
3. If they pose a danger to the security of the country
4. If they have engaged in acts of violence that might endanger the lives of the citizens of that country
Individuals may also be found inadmissible for human or international rights violations if they commit an act in terrorism, gross human rights violations, genocide, a war crime, or a crime against humanity. Usually, there is no provision of filing an appeal against such inadmissibilities but in some countries, the decision can be challenged in Federal courts.
Indian Guardian’s team of highly experienced lawyers will understand your case, analyze all the options, and suggest you the best way forward.