Temporary Resident Permit

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Temporary Resident Permit

Denied entry to Canada OR inadmissible?

TRP could be one of the solutions depending on your situation.

A Temporary Resident Permit is a travel document that overcomes your inadmissibility, granting you entry into Canada for a prefixed amount of time.

One of the tests that are done in order to assess whether a person shall be allowed to enter into Canada once he or she is found inadmissible and is applying for a TRP, is the Need vs. Risk assessment.

A person can be denied entry to Canada for a variety of different reasons. Among these reasons an Immigration Officer might consider the following when denying you entry:

  • Human or international rights violations
  • Committing a serious crime that might be punishable by a maximum prison term of at least 10 years in Canada
  • Having been convicted of a crime, including driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol
  • Membership in an organization that these parts and organize criminal activity
  • Security reasons
  • Health grounds
  • Financial reasons
  • Misrepresentation
  • Not complying with other rules and regulations
  • Having an inadmissible family member