Immigration Refusals

If Your Canadian Immigration Is Refused

Was your Canadian Immigration Application recently refused? If you received a letter from Canada Immigration informing you that your application for Canadian immigration was refused it is time to consider your options.

For those that have been refused, options to exist. It may be possible for you to be eligible to appeal your Canadian Immigration Application Refusal to the Federal Court of Canada.

You may also be able to appeal your Canadian Immigration Application Refusal to the Immigration Adjudication Division (IAD) within a set period of time after your application was refused by Canada Immigration.

In some cases, you can make a request for a Restoration to the Case Processing Centre (CPC).

What Options Are Best For You?

There are many factors that will help you decide which route to take next, depending on the nature of your case. With a Skilled Worker Application, Canadian Sponsorship Application or Canadian Work Visa refusal, you are required to choose the selection that works best for you. From there, you have to file the proper paperwork and documentation.

The options that are available to you also depend on where the Canadian immigration application was filed and processed. It is important to know if your Canadian immigration application was filed within Canada or if it was filed at a Canadian Consulate or Embassy that lies outside of Canada.

Why was My Canadian Immigration Application Refused?

For the most part, refusals to Canadian immigration applications are rare.

Once an application has been submitted, an immigration officer is responsible for reviewing the application and deciding whether the application should be approved or denied.

The immigration officer is given guidelines for making decisions and these guidelines can be found in the Immigration Regulations as well as Immigration Manuals.

When applications do meet the standards and criteria set out in the Immigration Regulations and Manuals, then a refusal is a likely result.

It has been shown that Canadian immigration officers can often make mistakes in their decisions.

They can be too strict in their consideration of the guidelines or they could fail to review all the documentation and information in your application.

At other times the applicants may be called for a personal interview and then refused their visa because the immigration officer does not believe that the applicant is credible or trustworthy.

This is A Time To Discuss Your Situation With A Experienced Immigration Lawyer From Our Los Angeles Office.

Once you receive notification that your case was declined, regardless of the reason, it is important to act fast. To give yourself the best chance of getting the ruling reversed, you should seek professional representation from a licensed Canadian immigration lawyer.

Niren & Associates has many years of experience and has assisted hundreds of people in successfully reapplying for a Canadian Immigration Visa.

Our Los Angeles office has a track record for helping thousands of people like you successfully reapply for a Canadian Visa. Contact us for more information pertaining to your case and to have all your questions answered by a qualified professional.

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Your Immigration Application Was Refused, What Next?

There are many issues to consider when dealing with a Canadian immigration refusal. It is essential to consult an experienced Canadian immigration lawyer. This will help improve your chance of a reversal in the near future. Your lawyer can answer the following questions:

Are you actually able to appeal the immigration application refusal?

How long is the window open for you to file your appeal? As an example, you may have 15, 30 or 60 days to appeal after being notified of that your application has been refused.

With which Canadian immigration court should you file the Appeal?  For example it could be the Federal Court of Canada or the IAD.

What is the necessary procedure involved in filing and processing the Immigration Appeal? What steps do you need to take?

How long is the appeal process going to take? How long should I wait to expect a result?

How great are my chances of the Immigration Appeal being a success?

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