TRP Applications Canada
In case you are inadmissible in Canada but have a valid reason to visit Canada, you may apply for a TRV also known as ‘Temporary Resident Permit‘.
What makes you eligible for TRP?
If you want to be eligible for a TRP, your reason to enter or stay in Canada must be more important than the health or safety risks you might or might not bring to the people and society in Canada, and this is determined by an immigration or a border services officer. Even if the reason why you’re not admissible in Canada seems minor, you must show the officials how your visit is justified. But that doesn’t guarantee the approval for your TRP Application.
How Can You Apply For a Temporary Resident Permit?
For visa-required applications, you need to apply for a visitor visa and attach the supporting documents explaining why you’re inadmissible in Canada and why is it important for you to enter the country.
You may also be required to attend an interview with the officials where you can explain why your visit is justified. Then the officers will assess your application and provide you permit accordingly.
If you belong to an eTA-required country and your application for an eTA was refused, the immigration officials at Canada may issue you a temporary resident permit. The approval of your application will depend on the nature and circumstances of the inadmissibility your reasons to travel to Canada.
Your own country’s visa offices may have their own application form for temporary resident permits. You should check there once to know exactly how to apply.
How long you can stay in Canada with a TRP?
A temporary resident permit is typically granted for the duration of your visit to Canada. For example, 1 week to attend a wedding or a business conference. You must immediately leave Canada by the expiry date mentioned on your permit. In case you want to extend your stay, you must get another permit approved before your current one expires.
Other Things You Should Know About TRP
♦ TRPs can be cancelled by an officer at any time.
♦ The validity of a TRP permit ends once you leave Canada, unless you have explicitly been granted the permission to leave and re-enter.
♦ You have to pay a fee (CAD$200) to cover the cost of your Temporary Resident Permit application processing. The fee is non-refundable in case the application gets rejected.
Choose Choice Immigration for TRP Applications
If you are unsure whether or not your TRP application will get approved or not, we recommend you leave the matter to the experts. We, at Choice Immigration, will review you case, why you’re not admissible in Canada, and what can you do to get your TRP application approved. Based on this preliminary research, we’ll come up with the best solution, help you with the documentation and apply for the TRP on your behalf. So, what are you waiting for? Get in touch with us.