Denied Entry to Canada

Posts Tagged ‘misdemeanor’

Applying for a Temporary Resident Permit

Who needs a Temporary Resident Permit Everybody makes mistakes. There might be times when people commit wrongdoings. You were having a bad day. You wanted to have a couple of drinks and talk with your friends at a bar. When you were driving yourself home, a police officer stopped you. Unfortunately, you committed Driving Under the Influence (DUI) .Your criminal record is no longer blank. Howeve…click for more...
Continue Reading

Coming to Canada with Inadmissibility

Information to Know Before Coming to Canada with Inadmissibility In order to enter Canada as a visitor or if you intend on immigrating to Canada, you must take Canadian Immigrations laws into consideration; these laws are in place for the safety and security of Canadian citizens and permanent residents. Canadian Immigration is extremely selective with who they allow into the country and under wha…click for more...
Continue Reading

How to Apply for a Temporary Resident Permit

What is a Temporary Resident Permit In order to enter Canada as a visitor, you must abide by the Immigration laws that are in place for the safety and security of Canadian citizens and permanent residents. In the issuance of a Temporary Resident Permit (TRP), which is only issued if you are deemed inadmissible to enter Canada. In most cases, inadmissibility is due to criminality – any crimin…click for more...
Continue Reading

Why Do I need Temporary Resident Permit TRP

Travelling to Canada with a Criminal Record Have you ever planned your trip to Canada, arrived at a Canadian border and Denied at the Port of Entry? Well if this is your situation you are not the only one!! We get dozens of calls every day about individuals being denied entry to Canada and are not exactly sure why they have been turned back at the port of entry. Well, there could be many reason…click for more...
Continue Reading

Apply for Temporary Resident Permit

What is a Temporary Resident Permit? If you are visiting Canada and you have a prior conviction that is making you “inadmissible” in Canada, you are to get a Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) that will grant you temporary access to Canada. A way that you can be deemed inadmissible to Canada is, if you have had been convicted of an offence or that you have an outstanding sentence or balance of…click for more...
Continue Reading