Canada can be a very welcoming place for those seeking to experience all that it has to offer. However, not all applicants will be allowed entry.
Individuals can be denied entry to Canada for many different reasons including:
Getting denied entry can be a huge problem for anyone, especially if they intend to visit relatives. There is, however, an option to apply for a Temporary Residence Permit which allows access to the country but not permanent residency.
It’s best to use a professional immigration advisor as Canadian laws can be very complex and are changing over time. Without an advisor, you might find yourself overwhelmed by the process.
A Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) allows you to go to Canada as a visitor, student, or employee. If you were deemed inadmissible, a TRP can allow you to enter the country.
If you find yourself to be inadmissible, Bright Immigration can develop a case for a Temporary Resident Permit. By working with us, we will help you through the complex legal laws and process.