Can I Travel if I Filed Bankruptcy in Ontario?
The answer to this question is YES! Bankruptcy is a frightening word for some. Sometimes assumptions about bankruptcy are caused by not completely understanding what bankruptcy is and how it works. We recommend that you speak to a Licensed Insolvency Trustee in your area. Sometimes individuals think that their passport has been flagged because they are bankrupt. This is not true and will not happen. If you review The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms Act, it confirms that you have the freedom of movement within Canada and internationally. The good news is that you are free to travel and come and go as you please while bankrupt.
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