TEMPORARY RESIDENT PERMIT
Do you want to enter Canada as a student, worker, or visitor, but can’t because you are inadmissible? For example, you have a criminal record or a medical condition that renders you inadmissible. To be able to enter or stay in Canada despite your inadmissibility, you will need a Temporary Resident Permit (TRP).
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