Temporary Resident Permit (TRP)
To overcome certain inadmissibility issues in Canadian immigration, an applicant can apply for a Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) in certain cases to be leab to enter Canada, either temporarily or for longer periods. TRPs can be obtained either by applying directly at a port-of-entry (short term) or at a Canadian office outside of Canada (long term). A TRP at a point of entry can be obtained on the same day.
Learn about Temporary Resident Permits (TRP) and how to apply for one
Here are our useful blogs about Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) in Canada
Can I come to Canada if I have a DUI charge?
The short answer is maybe. It is possible to overcome criminal charges and enter Canada, including Driving Under the Influence (“DUI”), Driving While Intoxicated (“DWI”) or related offenses. Foreign nationals with DUI, DWI or other criminal charges may be eligible […]
How can I overcome criminal inadmissibility to Canada
I was convicted of Fraud in my country of citizenship, but this was a long time. I am no longer criminally inadmissible to Canada. False. If you have committed a crime, in or outside of Canada, you might have a […]
Who needs a Temporary Resident Permit (TRP)?
If you are inadmissible to enter Canada, but you have significant reasons to come to Canada, you might be eligible to apply for a Temporary Resident Permit (TRP). A TRP is not a TRV (Temporary Resident Visa), better know as […]
I was denied entry to Canada because of my criminal record, is there a way to go around this?
Yes, there are a few different ways of getting around this issue. Depending on factors like the seriousness, frequency and time since the crimes were committed, your present behaviour and the likelihood of you reoffending, your representative can make convincing […]