Refused at Canadian Border?
If you got denied or refused at the border of Canada, then the process to get into Canada is time-consuming and frustrating and sometimes costly. For example, if you paid for a vacation in Canada in advance and if you didn’t get an entry permit to enter Canada or if you got stopped at the Canadian airport, then you will lose your money. Sometimes, you can have a wedding ceremony or a funeral to attend, and if you are found to be inadmissible to Canada, then it can be frustrating.
There are several grounds one can be determined inadmissible to Canada and be refused entry into Canada. The most common reason is criminality. Even a small criminal activity or conviction from years ago can affect the Canadian permit.
If you were refused entry at a Canadian border, you do have options. You may be eligible for a Temporary Resident Permit (TRP).
Temporary Resident Permit
The Temporary Resident Permits can be issued to those with DUI or assault charges and also to people with other serious offences and criminal activities. The Temporary Resident Permit can be issued at the Consulate of Canada or at the port of entry, depending on your citizenship.
Process of Applying for a TRP:
You can follow the basic guidelines to obtain the Temporary Resident Permit but the procedure should be followed precisely and it is advisable to take help from an immigration practitioner before you start the process.
- The first step is to gather all important documents related to your inadmissibility.
- Complete the application forms
- Pay the appropriate government fees and
- Mail the application to the applicable consulate
We can Help You With Temporary Resident Permit!
We have dealt with hundreds of immigration cases. We have helped our clients in their difficult situations and have guided them to draft a more effective application. We are here to help you every step of the way.
You can call us or write us an email. We’ll arrange an appointment for you, where a legal expert will sit with you and assess your case.
Retain the Firm
Once you have retained the firm, we will start preparing your case.
Our immigration expert will discuss your case in detail and will identify the most feasible plan. Based on the selected route, you will be given a checklist of documents that need to be submitted with your application.
Submit the TRP Application
As soon as your TRP application is ready, we’ll submit it to the immigration office. We’ll stay in close contact with the office and will keep you updated regarding the status of the application.
When the decision arrives, we’ll inform you. In case of a refusal, we’ll assist you in filing an appeal after reassessing the results and your case.