Temporary Resident Permits TRPs
Temporary Resident Permit also known as the TRP is a document that allows you for temporary entry into Canada. This document is only for persons that have an inadmissibility issue to Canada such as theft charge, DUI, DWI, felony, misdemeanour, health issues that can be a threat to Canadian citizens, misrepresented themselves etc. No matter how long ago the offense occurred you would have to obtain the proper document to overcome your past criminal record.
The TRP can be applied at the Port of Entry or at a Consulate level. The TRP is not guaranteed to be issued by the immigration officer at the border; they take into account the circumstance and your purpose of visit to Canada.
These applications are not easy to prepare as the immigration officer looks for ample amount of documents to show your intensions to Canada is temporarily and do not pose a risk to Canadian citizens. For example, if you were charged with a DUI, the immigration officer will look for reference letters from friends and family members that can attest that you are better person and have become more responsible. Having a character reference letter written by yourself will greatly support your application. The letter can include a story line of what happened and what changes you have brought in your life to be granted the TRP.
This is just one part of the application, therefore, it is highly recommended to consult with an immigration expert to determine your chances of success prior to planning your trip to Canada. If you have any questions concerning applying for a TRP contact Akrami & Associates we are here to help.
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