- Have you been denied entry into Canada?
- Were you denied on one (or more) of the grounds for inadmissibility such as,
o Medical reasons
o Criminality issues
o Security risks
- Do you really need to enter Canada?
- Are you asking yourself; what can I do now?
If this is the situation you find yourself in, you may want to acquire a Temporary Resident Permit. A Temporary Resident Permit will allow you to enter Canada if your reason to enter outweighs the risk you present to Canada and her citizens. The permit is issued at a length that provides you with enough time to do what it is you need to enter Canada.
There are two ways to apply for a Temporary Resident Permit. You may wish to do so at,
- Port of Entry
o You would bring all the required documentation with you and present your case directly to a border officer
- Make an application to a visa office located in your home country
o Make an application and wait for an approval before coming to Canada
The application for either process will cost $200. If the permit is refused, a refund will not be granted.
It is important to note that as of 2012, for inadmissibility on criminality grounds, your Temporary Resident Permit fee could be waived. This is only possible if you meet the requirements that have been set out for this specific category.
If you wish for more information regarding a Temporary Resident Permit application, if it is the solution for you, the costs involved, or just general inquiries, at Akrami & Associates, one of our legal representatives will be glad to assist you.
Call today and book a consultation, with Akrami & Associates, there is always a way.