Immigration Law Questions? Ask an Immigration Lawyer.
There are questions about the law in Canada and the law in the US on this post.
I can only answer about the law in Canada. I can either go ahead or else ask the site to move the question to the US law list.
Let me know what you prefer.
You need a lawyer in the US to answer.
I will ask the site to move this for you.
Hello: A different Professional here. I am an Attorney in the U.S.A.
I am wondering if crossing the boarder that they will be able to see these withdrawn charges?
Response 1: It is doubtful since RCMP does not have the records in their system.
As well I am thinking about working in the USA; would this cause any issues?
Response 2: No, it will not since you were never charged/all charges were withdrawn.
Since my CPIC is clean, my RCMP comes back negative, my fingerprints and photos have been purged I would assume that I have no record. Am I correct in assuming so?
Response 3: Yes, that is correct.
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There is nothing else that I can think of apart from what you have done and have been doing: checking your records with relevant agencies.
Anything is possible, but it is highly unlikely based on the information that you have provided here.
I am sorry, but I cannot give you the guarantee that you are seeking. It would be unethical for me to do so.
I stand by my previous responses to you.