If you are inadmissible to Canada, acquiring a Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) is appealing to many for a variety of reasons, ranging between reuniting with family and overturning an inadmissibility. To qualify for a Temporary Resident Permit, your reason for entering and staying in Canada must be compelling. Shory Law can assist with your application to receive a TRP and guide you legally through the process towards a successful application.
When are Temporary Resident Permits Issued?
The issuance of a Temporary Residence Permit is subject to the discretion of the officer overviewing your case. Officers will consider your reasoning for needing to be in Canada – whether this is job-related, attending an event, or caring for family.
People eligible for a Temporary Resident Permit include those who are:
- Deemed inadmissible to Canada but have justifiable reason for entering the country
- Ineligible for restoring to their previous status
- Unable to meet the requirements set forth in the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act for entering or remaining in Canada
What Does the TRP Assessment Involve?
While assessing your Temporary Resident Permit application, an officer will need to identify both your reason for entering the country and what you will require while staying, mostly in relation to medical treatment. The officer will also identify the reasons you were deemed inadmissible and equate that with the regulations required by the IRPA to allow entry.
In the assessment, you can expect to answer:
- The purpose for your stay
- Severity of your criminal offenses or medical conditions, if applicable
- Remorsefulness, completion of sentencing, and criminal pattern, if applicable
- Employment history, family composition, and sponsors, if applicable
Usually, the TRP application process must be performed before entry into the country, though there are exceptions.
Shory Law Can Help
Applying for a Temporary Resident Permit is complicated, especially depending on the reason you need one. To avoid any mistakes, penalties, or barring of entry, Shory Law will help you apply and prepare for your Temporary Resident Permit.
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Can I work with a temporary resident permit in Canada?
If you have been granted a temporary resident permit for six (6) months or more you can apply for a work permit in Canada.
How much does it cost to get a temporary resident permit for Canada?
In addition to legal fees, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) have provided a schedule of their own here.
Who can apply for a temporary resident permit in Canada?
Only those who are inadmissible to Canada can apply for a temporary resident permit. This means that if you are inside Canada, you are without status, or may have lost status. In certain circumstances, you may even be granted a temporary resident permit in lieu of permanent residency in Canada on humanitarian & compassionate grounds.