People often believe that it is quite easy to get a Canadian visitor visa. However, negligence and lack of care in applying properly will lead to a denial of your visitor visa. In such cases, the best course of action for you is to reapply. However, you can also appeal the decision but that is not a preferred way to deal with denial.
What to Do If Your Visitor Visa is Denied?
The first step is to determine whether to reapply or appeal the decision of denial for your visitor visa. To do that, you must understand the reason for denial. If you reapply before understanding why your initial application was denied, you risk repeating the same mistake which would lead to your application being denied. There can be several reasons as to why your visitor visa application was denied, including:
- Inadmissibility to Canada
- The intention of temporary stay was not established
- Incomplete or missing information
- Error on the part of the immigration officer
You can fix most of these errors in your new application by including information that was missing in the initial application. You will be required to explain the source of the information. However, if it is something that can’t be fixed with reapplying, you have the option of appealing the decision.