Persons who are not from visitor visa exempt countries, require a temporary resident visa to enter Canada. Such an application must be supported by evidence that the person seeking entry is established in their own country, for example, by financial and familial ties. Similarly, people seeking temporary entry who have a criminal record, may also need a temporary resident permit to enter Canada.
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