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A foreign national who is legally authorized to enter Canada for temporary purposes is called Temporary Resident. Foreign nationals would be granted a temporary resident status when they have been found to meet the requirements of the legislation to enter and/or remain in Canada as a visitor, student, worker, or temporary resident permit holder. Only foreign nationals physically in Canada hold temporary resident status. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada processes these applications under several categories:
❖ Temporary resident visas (TRV)
❖ Electronic travel authorizations (ETA)
❖ International students or holders of Study Permit (SP)
❖ Temporary workers or holders of Work Permit (WP)
❖ Temporary resident permits (TRP)
Temporary residents are subject to various conditions, such as the length of their stay in Canada.
TEMPORARY RESIDENT VISA (TRV) &
ELECTRONIC TRAVEL AUTHORIZATION (ETA)
Depending on the foreign national’s citizenship, a Temporary Resident Visa, or an Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA), is required for temporary residents seeking to come to Canada temporarily.
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS / STUDY PERMIT HOLDERS
International students are persons who may obtain temporary resident status and who have been issued study permits or who are authorized by the Regulations to study.
If you are an international student and have completed your graduation, you may be able to stay in Canada after you graduate. Your Canadian studies may give you an edge in getting a work permit, applying for permanent residence, and becoming a Canadian citizen.
FOREIGN WORKERS / WORK PERMIT HOLDERS
Foreign workers are a prescribed class of persons who may obtain temporary resident status and who have been issued work permits or who are authorized by the Regulations to work.
A work permit is a written authorization issued to foreign nationals authorizing them to engage in work in Canada.
Therefore, foreign workers have the same obligations as temporary residents.
CANADIAN INADMISSIBILITY (TEMPORARY RESIDENT PERMITS)
Normally, persons who do not meet the requirements of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act are refused permanent resident or temporary resident visas abroad, denied admission at a port of entry, or refused to process within Canada. In some cases, however, there may be compelling reasons for an officer to issue a temporary resident permit to allow a person who does not meet the requirements of the Act to enter or remain in Canada.
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