Preparing and Submitting a Successful TRP application

Seminar ID
IAB-2019-06-24B
Date and time
Monday, June 24, 2019 at 14:30 MDT   see it in calendar
Presenter
Lynn Gaudet
Lynn Gaudet
presenter's bio
Attendance
  • recording
Languages
  • in English
CPD hours
LSBC 3 CPD hours available until: 19.04.2020
ICCRC 3 CPD hours available until: 22.09.2019
Description

This seminar covers procedures and evidence required to present a strong TRP case for an applicant with a criminal record who seeks temporary entry to Canada. It covers detailed information to compile, including ordering the court records and police certificates, with a focus on the proactive role of Representatives in preparation of the evidence. A recent typical application for a USA applicant with a DUI record as filed by the Presenter will be used as an example to itemize the types of evidence and documents needed.

PART 1 – Legal Context and Logistics

• Legal provisions: A24; Policies of IRCC; Key concerns on these cases
• Where to file; eTAs and TRPs
• Compelling reasons; policy v. case law
• Forms, procedures, fees, timelines regular/expedited
• Sample scenario – employment
• USA Document Checklist

PART 2 – Ordering police and court records

• Representative’s role
• Police certificates: policies/how to obtain
• Court records required/how to obtain
• Strategy when required records not obtainable

PART 3 – IMM 1444
• Q16 level of detail – sample – supporting documents
• Q18 level of detail – sample – supporting documents

PART 4 – Key Corroborating Documents
• Employer’s letter
• Applicant’s letter
• Reference letters
• Submission letter
• Full list of TRP Package for sample case

PART 5 – References and Discussion
• Review list of References, Case law
• Discussion, Question and Answer Period

Venue
Central Library
800 3 St SE
Calgary
Alberta T2G 0E7
Duration
3 hours
Cost
  • regular fee - $ 90.00
 

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