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How Long Does It Take To Get A Temporary Resident Permit?

Applying for the TRP at the Canadian visa office may take up to six (6) months to process. The processing time depends on the visa office you are applying to. There are certain locations that are busier than the others.

The time may also depend on the type of admissibility you may have. For instance, convictions on your criminal record may be more complicated or serious and the decision on those applications may take more time. Depending on the case you may be called for an interview, although they are rare.

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Chris Brown Denied Entry Into Canada, Will Not Play ACC Tomorrow

Chris Brown Denied Entry Into Canada

Chris Brown has just sent out a tweet alerting fans that he will not be performing at his Montreal and Toronto shows this week, because he was denied entry to Canada by Canadian border agency.

It appears the singer has been denied entry into Canada, most certainly due to his criminal past, Including but not limited too, infamously beating up his ex-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009.

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Travelling to Canada with a Criminal Record

Travelling to Canada with a Criminal Record

Travelling to Canada with a Criminal Record with Temporary Resident Permit

If you have faced issue at the border when attempting to enter Canada (if you have been refused or denied entry to Canada), you have firsthand knowledge of how frustrating or intimidating an experience this can be. Many people who attempt at the border are not even aware they are considered inadmissible until an Border Official first informs them.

What is Temporary Resident Permit

People wish to enter Canada with a previous criminality are required to obtain a Canadian Temporary Resident Permit. This permit is a special travel document that allows someone with criminality to enter Canada for a limited period of time.

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How Long Does it Take to Get a Temporary Resident Permit

If you were found inadmissible to Canada and previously denied entry to Canada, there is still a way for you to enter Canada if your reasons are justified. If you have not been to Canada before and you wish to do so, even though you have past criminal records, you present health or security risks, the same solution may apply to you.

There are two ways to apply for a Temporary Resident Permit.

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Temporary Resident Permit Canada DUI

Temporary Resident Permit Canada DUI

There are various reasons why you might need a Temporary Resident Permit to enter Canada. This could be for reasons of:

  • Criminality DUI OR DWI
  • Misrepresentation
  • Health
  • Non-compliance

To overcome your inadmissibility, you have probably explored the options available to you, such as, how to apply for rehabilitation, what it means to be rehabilitated, what a record suspension is, and what a temporary resident permit is.

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