Due to various medical, security, or criminal reasons, a person may be considered inadmissible to enter Canada. However, they could be eligible for a TRP (Temporary Resident Permit) for Canada entry. Originally gathered from the main article on the http://www.duicanadaentry.com/ website, the information listed here will focus on obtaining a TRP for someone who’s been convicted of a previous DUI or other offence and needs access into Canada.
What is a TRP and Am I Inadmissible to Enter Canada?
A TRP, or Temporary Resident Permit, enables any person to gain admission into Canada for a specific timeframe and for a specific reason. They must provide credible reasons as to why they need to enter Canada’s borders. Any individual who is considered inadmissible for Canada entry due to criminal reasons, such as a DUI, is also inadmissible to visit, study, or work there as well as from submitting an official application to permanently reside in Canada. But, a TRP can help an inadmissible individual to get into Canada, although it’s only temporary. As such, a foreign student, worker, or visitor can use a TRP to enter Canada, but not for permanent residency.