When entering Canada with inadmissibility, this can become a significant problem for the individual as they can be denied entry. In order to overcome the inadmissibility issue when entering Canada, individuals can apply for a Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) in order to gain entry into Canada. A TRP essentially allows the inadmissible individual with the opportunity to cross the border and successfully enter Canada temporarily. Watch our video below on how an individual can apply for a Temporary Resident Permit at a Port of Entry in Canada and what are the requirements needed from them in order to successfully enter.
How to Apply for a Temporary Resident Permit at a Port of Entry Video
As long as you've had a criminal history in Canada or the United States, or if you've been deemed inadmissible due to other reasons, you are eligible to apply for a Temporary Resident Permit (TRP). Interestingly enough, Canada and the United States share a criminal database that allows easy access to information with regards to any past criminal activity for visitors, permanent residents, and citizens of either Canada. Inadmissibility is usually designated for individuals who commit major offences, such as misdemeanors and/or felonies. On the other hand, you may be deemed inadmissible due to other circumstances as well. For instance, medical inadmissibility, financial inadmissibility, and inadmissibility due to illegal employment. Usually individuals apply for a TRP at a Port of Entry if they are pressed for time and have an important event in Canada that they must attend. A Port of Entry is any Canadian border or a Canadian airport.
If you would like to apply for a Temporary Resident Permit but are unsure what documents to include with your application or how to get started then please don’t hesitate to contact us at 416-477-2545. Our immigration experts will be glad to assist you with your immigration matter.
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