Why is hiring a Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) specialist from International Touring Agency advisable when seeking access to cross into Canada or other countries?
For example hiring or dealing with a Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) specialist to handle your application will often yield better results than going at it alone to try and save money. We at INTERNATIONAL TOURING AGENCY ( ITA ) have helped in submitting and guiding hundreds of applications being artists & celebrities with a success rate that surpasses most, if not all.With a 98% success rate we take all the necessary steps to assure you are not getting let down coming to the border and guide you throu the entire process from start to finish so the tour or show can be a success.
Frequently, we have heard from our clients in the past that have come to us after being denied that other touring agencies do not take the time to get to know or ask enough questions to fully analyze the situation to be able to get the client across , knowing the artist background or history solves this problem to know how to apply successfully, and or individuals make the incorrect assumption that applying for a Temporary Resident Permit is a simple process; it is not. TRP applications are intended for submission to a Canadian consulate. Processing times can take months, so it is advisable that travellers make arrangements to rectify their criminal inadmissibility long before attempting to enter Canada.
In select cases, it may be possible to obtain a Temporary Resident Permit at a port of entry; however, this route is not advised without first speaking with our immigration lawyer or touring specialist . When our firm submits a Temporary Resident Permit application on your behalf, you can rest assured we have put forward the most compelling narrative relating to your circumstances possible. We have years of experience dealing with immigration officers who render decisions on TRP applications.
Temporary Resident Permits can be valid for up to three years, depending on the strength of the application. Visa officers have complete discretion when determining whether or not to issue a Temporary Resident Permit – they may refuse an application for any reason they see fit.
Once a Temporary Resident Permit application has been refused, there is no recourse, other than to reapply under new circumstances. Therefore, when submitting an application it is important to succeed the first time, since reapplying after a refusal is often more difficult.
A good Temporary Resident Permit specialist with ITA can help you determine whether or not your circumstances are appropriate for a TRP application. Temporary Resident Permits are only issued when an assessing officer is convinced that the applicant does not pose a threat to Canada and has a valid reason to enter Canada despite their criminal inadmissibility status.
Temporary Resident Permits are not designed to permanently remedy criminal inadmissibility. The permanent fix to criminal inadmissibility is criminal rehabilitation. Sometimes, when warranted, a Temporary Resident Permit can be obtained in conjunction with a criminal rehabilitation application submission, as consulate processing for those applications can be lengthy. The idea is to obtain a Temporary Resident Permit long enough to allow for processing of your criminal rehabilitation application.
For any questions about your Temporary Resident Permit application or required permit for your touring needs, contact us we will give you the piece of mind you need!