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Comparing Temporary Resident Permit and Criminal Rehabilitation

Criminal Inadmissibility The Canadian immigration officers are often vigilant when it comes to accessing a foreign national’s admissibility. They tend to scrutinize every foreign national to ensure security of every Canadian citizen and permanent resident. That being said, if you, as a foreign national, have a criminal record, you can be denied entry to Canada. If you are traveling to Canada…click for more...
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Who Should Apply for a Temporary Resident Permit

Find Out if You Should Apply for a Temporary Resident Permit Have you had a criminal conviction in the past and wonder if you will be able to enter Canada? Have you ever entered Canada previously but recently have been denied entry due to your criminal record? If you said yes to either of these two questions, we highly suggest you applying for a Temporary Resident Permit. With the aid of the Te…click for more...
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Major Reason why you can be Refused Entry at the Canadian Port of Entry

Refused Entry at the Canadian Port of Entry If you are an American citizen, or even a foreign national from a different country, there can be several different reasons why you may be refused entry at the Canadian port of entry. In almost all cases, the reason for refusal resolves around inadmissibility. Inadmissibility can either be criminal, medical, financial, for security reasons and more. It …click for more...
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Introducing the Temporary Resident Permit

WHAT IS A TEMPORARY RESIDENT PERMIT Have you ever been denied entry into Canada? Do you have offences on your record? Do you have an important trip coming to Canada? If your answer is "yes" for all of the questions, then you may need to apply for a Temporary Resident Permit to come to Canada. A Temporary Resident Permit also known as TRP allows you to briefly overcome inadmissibility due to exc…click for more...
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Applying for a Temporary Resident Permit to Overcome Your Inadmissibility

Temporary Resident Permit Did you know that if you’ve been denied entry into Canada under the Immigration and Refugees Protection Act (IRPA) you could apply for a Temporary Resident Permit? Unfortunately many people who intend to come to Canada, whether it is on the basis of work related or studying purposes, still have the possibility to be denied entry even upon the border. There are many i…click for more...
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Temporary Resident Permit Eligibility

Knowing the Temporary Resident Permit Do you need to attend an important business event in Canada but have been denied entry because of past criminal history? Have you applied to enter Canada on a visa but was found to be medically inadmissible? If you have a criminal conviction or a medical issue that has resulted in your refused entry into Canada and not sure what you need to do, this blog on…click for more...
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Temporary Resident Permit Q and A

Can I Apply for a Temporary Resident Permit at the Border Yes. If you have an urgent travel date, you may apply for a temporary resident permit at the border. In this way, you may get a same-day decision from the officer. Even though applying for a temporary resident permit at the port of entry allows you to receive a fast decision, there is a downside of it. You could be refused and turned awa…click for more...
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Increase Your Chance of Getting Approved for Your Temporary Resident Permit at the Border

Arrived at the Port of Entry When you are traveling to Canada with inadmissibility, it can be very overwhelming to face and answer all questions that an immigration officer asks you. You may be aware that you can be approved or denied at the port of entry. If you are approved, congratulations! If you are refused, then it is better for you to understand why you receive a refusal and learn how to…click for more...
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Travelling to Canada with DUI and TRP

If I have a DUI, how fast can I get a Temporary Resident Permit? Mistakes happen! But what you may not know is that being charged with or convicted of Driving under the Influence (DUI), even if it is only a misdemeanour, could render you inadmissible to Canada. If you are planning to come to Canada whether it is for leisure, business, or even an emergency, you will need to obtain a Temporary Re…click for more...
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