Visit – Temporary Resident Permit (TRP)
Who needs a temporary resident permit (TRP)
A Temporary Resident Permit, also known as a TRP, is a document issued by Citizenship and Immigration Canada that allows people who are technically inadmissible to Canada to visit the country or to continue to remain in the country (if they are already present in Canada). A TRP is only given to a person if their need to come to Canada outweighs the risk of that person being in the country. For example, an individual might be granted a TRP for a visit to Canada if the trip is work related and that person’s presence in Canada will be beneficial to the country or its citizens.
How long can a TRP holder stay in Canada
A temporary resident permit is usually issued for the length of the applicant’s intended visit to Canada. For example, 1 week to attend a conference. They must leave Canada by the expiry date of the permit or get a subsequent permit before their current one expires.
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