If you have a previous criminality or inadmissibility, you know more than most the difficulties that are often faced at the Port of Entry.
For those who have an urgent travel need to enter Canada, having an inadmissibility can seriously impede you from achieving this goal. Those in this circumstance who wish to pursue entry will require what is called a Temporary Resident Permit. A Temporary Resident Permit is a travel document that overcomes your inadmissibility, granting you entry into Canada for a prefixed amount of time.
A person can be denied entry to Canada for a variety of different reasons. Among these reasons of the various Christian and immigration officer might assess when denying you entry:
- Security reasons
- Human or international rights violations
- Committing a serious crime that might be punishable by a maximum prison term of at least 10 years in Canada
- Having been convicted of a crime, including driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol
- Membership in an organization that these parts and organize criminal activity
- Health grounds
- Financial reasons
- Not complying with other rules and regulations
- Having in inadmissible family member
Each matter of inadmissibility is unique and is assessed as such. Depending on your specific matter the documentation you will be required to obtain may differentiate from another Temporary Resident Permit application. For this reason, the first step is determining your reason for inadmissibility. Once you have determined this, you will have a sense of what documents might be helpful to you.
If your travel need is impending and you will not be able to wait for the normal processing times, you can make an attempt at the Port of Entry and ask for an Officer’s consideration however there is no guarantee that you will be successful and may still be refused entry at the Port.