Thousands of people each year look to Canada as a means at a better life and access to opportunities that may otherwise elude them in their homeland. Although Canada is extremely welcoming to those looking to seek out the tremendous advantages this country has to offer, the simple truth is not all will be granted access into its borders.
If your immigration application has been declined, you will be happy to hear that there are still options available to you. It is important that you do act fast because there are deadlines for an individual who has had their application denied to dispute the decision.
It is not uncommon to have an application declined however in order to address the matter, you need to get in touch with an expert and qualified immigration professional to handle the matter as soon as possible.
How Canada Benefits from Immigration
Canada seeks out immigrants to fulfill labour requirements that sometimes cannot be filled by the local population. It is easy to see how Canada benefits from immigration because so little of the nation’s infrastructure or cities are wanting for services or development. However, Canada also refuses many applications for many different reasons, some of which can only be fully understood by an immigration professional. If your application is rejected, that does not mean you are out of options. Some reasons for a rejected application are obvious, such as incomplete documentation, or an immigration officer’s discovery of a criminal past, or untruths on the application.
Many other reasons are much more complex, perhaps involving laws that had recently changed, or some awkward legal overlap between a provincial government and the federal one. In these (and indeed most) cases, a rejected application can be reviewed, and the rejection possibly overturned. For that outcome to be possible, the applicant must consult an immigration professional who knows the various ways to get this done. To reverse a refusal, there are time constrictions and many other considerations to be weighed by the applicant. The first thing to do is to contact an immigration professional.
What Your Options Are If You Received a Refusal?
Below are a list of options on how you can appeal your Canadian immigration application refusal:
- Federal Court of Canada Appeal
- Immigration Adjudication Division (IAD)
- Restoration through the Case Processing Centre (CPC)
These offices of appeal can be extremely overwhelming to a novice and therefor it is highly recommended that one retains the services of a experienced immigration professional. You can contact us today to conduct an assessment on your refusal and advise on what we are qualified to assist you on.
What to ask a licensed Canadian immigration professional about refusals?
If you have received a refusal then it is more important than ever that you employ someone who can handle your appeal with competence and detail. The fact remains that not all immigration professionals are created equal and therefore not just any immigration professional may get you the results you need. Often we’ve noticed that Canadian Immigration Refusal appeals are rejected because the right questions weren’t addressed.
It is important to ask the following questions:
- How long to I have to dispute the decision that I received?
- What are the requirements to restore my case through the Case Processing Centre (CPC)?
- What are the time frames for a dispute?
The immigration professional should have no problems answer those important questions for you.
Why Contact My Visa Source for an Assessment?
It is crucial that you contact someone without any delay after you have received at refusal on your Canadian immigration application. Due the the limitation on taking action on a dispute, it is important to receive the correct advice as soon as possible and the first time. At My Visa Source after assessing your dispute, the professionals at our firm are able to recommend the best action to take.
Canadian Immigration Refusal appeals require the utmost attention to detail in order to be successful and the slightest oversight may extinguish one’s hopes. At My Visa Source, we are committed to making certain that your case is appealed with professionalism and the highest intention of success.
What to do next
Getting started is simple, just fill out our Assessment Form, or call us at 1-888-368-4608 for an assessment of your immigration matter.