What is a Temporary Resident Permit?
A Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) may be issued to individuals who are otherwise inadmissible to Canada because of reasons related to health, or criminality. A Temporary Resident Permit may allow these individuals to enter into, or stay in Canada where allowed by other compelling circumstances. A TRP grants entry into Canada and can be applied for at any time. This permit can be issued for a stay of up to 3 years, and if necessary, can be extended from within Canada.
Consideration will be placed on the health and safety of the Canadian population, before a TRP will be granted. Applicants must be able to prove that their entry into Canada is safe, and justified. It is important to note, that a permit can be cancelled at any time by an officer. In other circumstances, a TRP holder may eventually be granted permanent residency status in Canada.
In an individual’s application for a Temporary Resident Permit, depending on your circumstances, it is important to show: remorse and regret for any previous offences that have played a part in their inadmissibility; change in morality and personal character; a specific explanation outlining why you may seek entry into Canada; and proof that you would be a low risk traveler.
We assist our clients by considering the reasons that deem them inadmissible in Canada and reviewing their documents. We look at each and every situation individually. Understanding the needs of our clients helps in preparing and drafting forms to create the most favourable outcome.