A temporary resident permit (TRP) may be issued to a foreign national who, in the opinion of an officer, is inadmissible, or who does not meet the requirements of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) [A24(1)].
The officers at their discretion issue the TRP allowing the Foreign National to enter Canada while balancing the objectives of the provisions of the Act to meet Canada’s social, humanitarian and economic commitments, while maintaining the health and security of Canadians.
The TRP is always issued at the discretion of the delegated authority and may be cancelled at any time. The delegated authority determines if the individual’s purpose for entering Canada balances Canada’s social, humanitarian and economic commitments to the health and security of Canadians, per the objectives of the IRPA.
As a regulated Canadian immigration consultant, we are authorized to represent our clients follow the right process and help submit the required information to IRCC and submit TRP application on your behalf.
refused a permanent resident visa (PRV) or temporaryresident visa (TRV) abroad
refused an electronic travel authorization (eTA)
reported inadmissible under section A44(1)
allowed to withdraw their application to enter Canada at a port of entry (POE)
refused processing within Canada
In some cases, however, an officer may 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.