When traveling to Canada, it can be extremely inconvenient, disappointing and costly to be denied entry to Canada when visiting family, traveling for business or planning a vacation in Canada.
People are usually denied entry to Canada because of a criminal past, but can even be denied for minor offences that occurred years and years ago.
Those who have been denied entry to the United States can apply for a waiver of inadmissibility, but the process when being denied entry to Canada is a bit different. When you’ve been denied entry to Canada, you can apply for a Temporary Residency Permit, or TRP.
This process of applying for a Temporary Resident Permit can be done directly at the border when trying to gain entry to Canada if the applicant is from a visa exempt country such as the United States. However, this can present a serious problem if your application is denied and you’ve already traveled all the way to the border.
Crimes that are over five years old and are preventing you from being granted entry to Canada can also be pardoned in your home country.
Consult with an immigration lawyer if you have been denied entry to Canada to determine your best course of action and increase your changes of successfully gaining entry into Canada.
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