Temporary Resident Permit
To overcome criminal inadmissibility to Canada, a person must correctly apply for and then successfully receive permission from IRCC to visit Canada. Criminal inadmissibility to Canada can be overcome in two different ways. The first option is a Temporary Resident Permit (TRP), which lets a person enter or stay in Canada for a specific period of time provided they have a valid reason to visit. The second option is Criminal Rehabilitation, which is an application process whereby a person petitions Canada immigration authorities to forgive their prior conviction. At Temporary Resident Permit, is only good for a fixed amount of time, whereas a Rehabilitation document never needs to be renewed. However, it is much faster to obtain a Temporary Resident Permit and therefore this is often a better option for people only intending to visit Canada for a specific purpose or duration.
- Make a payment through our secure payment gateway with any of the leading credit or debit card companies or Paypal.
- After submitting payment you will be asked to provide information and supporting documents so that we can apply for a temporary resident permit on your behalf.
- After we receive the information we will email you a pre-filled consent form. Print the consent form, sign it, scan it and return it to us by email.
- We will apply for a temporary resident permit after we have received your information, documents and consent form.
The cost of our service for a temporary resident permit is $2500.