Temporary Resident Permit

Temporary Resident Permits (TRPs) are issued to foreign nationals who’re deemed inadmissible in the eyes of immigration officers or under the IRPA. A Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) is always issued at the discretion of the concerned officer and can be cancelled without any notice. Below mentioned are some of the cases based on which a person can be considered for being offered a TRP.

  • If he/she has refused a PR or TRV in some other country
  • He/she has refused the eTA
  • Has been deemed inadmissible under section A44(1)
  • Refused processing within Canada
  • Withdrew their application to enter the country at a port of entry (POE)

A Temporary Residential Permit is issued solely based on the judgement of the delegated immigration officer. Even though it lets you enter the county, it can be cancelled at any point in time. Also, a TRP does not allow re-entry, which means once a person with TRP leaves Canadian shores, the visa becomes invalid. For further information regarding TRPs, you can always reach out to us here at Zoom Immigration Services.