If I’m convicted of DWI, does that make me a convicted felon?

A first time DWI charge is a Class B Misdemeanor, unless breath or blood was provided and the results were .15 or greater; then it becomes a Class A Misdemeanor. Second time DWI Charges are Class A Misdemeanors. Three or more DWIs are charged as felonies if the previous two DWIs can be proven. If you are convicted of a misdemeanor DWI, you are not a convicted felon in the United States. However, Canada does consider any level of DWI as a felony and will refuse entry into their country.