Are you travelling to Canada with an inadmissibility? Watch our video on officers at the border and find out how you can better prepare yourself to answer hard questions asked by the immigration officer, which Port of Entry to use and how we can help you prepare a successful Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) application.
Denied Entry to Canada by Officers at the Border
Have you gone to the Port of Entry and faced an officer when you have an inadmissibility issue or are you looking into going to the Port of Entry and applying for the Temporary Resident Permit? Once you arrive at the border the officer will ask if you have had any offense on record that could be dated back 30 years ago or still serving. You must answer the officer truthfully as they already have everything on record and looking on how you will respond. The immigration officer will ask question in regards to your offense and they look into how you answer questions.
To be able to answer questions and have a better chance for entry it is important to understand the officers’ behavior and demeanor. Now some borders are a little known to be better than others because essentially the officers are little more lenient as well as nicer than some other Port of Entry officers. When you go to the border be prepared for the officer not to be your best friend, they are not there to make things easier for you. The officer will ask a lot of hard questions, they will say a lot of no’s before they say yes and giving you entry to Canada.
So being well prepared is the key thing for you to make sure that you are on the good side of the immigration officer, they will ask some hard questions, and they will ask it several times in different format and expect your answers to be consistent. So if you are looking at going to the border presenting Temporary Resident Permit application or have been denied, give us a call today and let us help you present a proper Temporary Resident Permit application for the border and let us prepare you for the interview at the border.
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