Background, purpose and the application process for Temporary Resident Permits (TRPs)
Location/Format: Video CPD - 3 Hours ICCRC APPROVED
Presented By: Ms. Panya (Praskovia) Jain (RCIC)
This video seminar/workshop is designed to cover the comprehensive process of TRP applications for foreign nationals found inadmissible.
1. The learners will understand the steps and key concepts when assisting clients with inadmissibility issues and how to overcome them to be admitted and remain in Canada.
2. The learners will understand the key terminology and how it is used for TRP applications.
3. The learners will understand how to apply for Temporary Resident Permits (TRPs, , the application process inland and overseas.
II. Terminology and the key concepts
• Foreign nationals for the purpose of TRP (Temporary Resident Permit)
• Status refusal
• Inside (subsequent TRP) and Outside Canada Applications
• Inadmissibility: medical, criminal
• Study Permit
• Work Permit
• TRP Duration
• Overcoming inadmissibility, non-compliance
1. What is TRP (Section A24)? When to apply: as an initial application or a remedy? When to consider applying for the TRP? Eligibility for initial TRP and subsequent TRP.
2. PR Eligibility: Under paragraph R65(b)(ii), TRP holders with inadmissibility’s other than security [A34], violation of human or international rights [A35], serious criminality [A36(1)] and organized criminality [A37] are eligible for permanent residence after 5 years of continuous residence in Canada.
5. Writing A44(1) Reports
II. Application Process in Detail:
1. How to consult and pre-qualify the clients
2. Eligibility and assessment of the applicant
3. Validity, conditions, durations and cancellation
4. Issuance of TRP (for eTA, TRV applicants, POE applicants)
5. Subsequent permits, leaving and re-entering Canada, Application to Change Conditions, Extend my Stay or Remain in Canada as a Visitor or Temporary Resident Permit Holder (IMM 5708) and Guide 5554 - Applying to remain in Canada as a temporary resident permit holder
This seminar is designed for licensed paralegals and Immigration Consultants; some lawyers will also be in attendance.· Live-webcast format: Attendees in live webcast will have an opportunity to interact with colleagues
and educator(s)/presenter(s), ask questions and seek feedback during the live program.
· DVD/Video Format: Attendees will also have an opportunity to interact with each other and the
instructor after the live session via a live interactive web forum at no extra cost.