When to make a TRP: The Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) is not similar to a temporary resident visa. Making an application for TRP can be a window of opportunity to legally enter Canada for a person who has been determined to be inadmissible or does not meet the requirements of the the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA). Inadmissible individuals can be refused a permanent resident visa (PRV) or temporary resident visa (TRV) including those who have been reported inadmissible under section A44 (1). A proper presentation of your case may help an officer to issue a TRP to allow a person who is inadmissible, or who does not meet the requirements of the IRPA, to become a temporary resident (that is, to enter or remain in Canada) if it is justified in the circumstances. TRPs allow officers to balance the objectives of the IRPA to meet Canada’s social, humanitarian, and economic commitments, while maintaining the health and security of Canadians.
What an officer considers while deciding on a TRP application: An officer may issue a TRP when the following conditions apply:
Who can be eligible to get a TRP:
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