TEMPORARY RESIDENCE PERMIT
Temporary Resident Permits allow those who are inadmissible or denied entry to Canada to come to Canada. A Temporary Resident Permit can allow you to Work, Study, and Travel in Canada.
A Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) is different from a Temporary Resident Visa (TRP). A TRP is designed for those who were previously or who are inadmissible to Canada. A TRP can be useful for a variety of situations in which you were denied entry to Canada or if you are currently inadmissible. The reasons for your entry need to outweigh the risk you pose to Canada.
INADMISSIBILITY TO CANADA
There are many reasons why a person may be considered inadmissible to Canada. A person may be considered inadmissible to Canada:
Criminal convictions inside or outside Canada;
REMEDY FOR REFUSAL
Depending on the crime, how long ago it was, and how you have behaved since, you may still be allowed to come to Canada.
How we can help you overcome your inadmissibility to Canada:
Submit an application for Criminal Rehabilitation;
Submit Application for Reconsideration or an Appeal or,
Submit an application for a Temporary Resident Permit, to overcome your inadmissibility.
We can assist you in navigating the path towards a remedy for refusal by aggressively representing your case to ensure that your refusal or inadmissibility is met with a positive solution.