What If I Don’t Qualify For A Visa?

(Below is a transcription of this video)

Hello, my name is Michelle. Welcome to Visa Place where immigration starts here. If you wish to get a visa for Canada or the US, but do not think you qualify, you should first complete our online assessment form. Only by reviewing your information can our immigration professionals advise you about whether or not you qualify for a visa. There’s a lot of information out there and it is possible that you, in fact, do qualify for a visa despite what you may have read online or heard from a friend.

Determining If You Qualify for a Visa

So the first step in determining if you’re eligible would be to complete our online assessment form. This form will take you through a series of questions and answers that will enable our immigration professionals to properly assess your specific case. When you complete the form, expect to be contacted within 24 hours to arrange for a consultation with one of our experts. You may be surprised to learn that you can get a visa. And if it turns out that you do not qualify, you still have options.

Visa Approval Guides

At Visa Place, we offer what we call our visa approval guides. Our guides provide you with a step by step road map towards getting approved for your visa, even if you don’t presently qualify. Of course, there are no guarantees and when you are ready to apply for your visa, it is always recommended that you consult with an experienced immigration lawyer. However, we are confident that by following our visa approval guide, you will be in a much better position to get the visa you deserve.

In the guide you will be given an outline of what kind of visa we think is right for you, what are the benefits of the visa, what documents you need to prepare for the visa, and some very important tips that we think will make all the difference between success and failure. And included with your visa approval guide is a free 30 minute-consultation with an immigration professional who can answer all your questions and help you make the very most of your journey towards getting your visa. It is easy to follow and does not take too much of your time.

Would You Like to Know if You Qualify For a Visa?

Give us a call or fill in our free online assessment to get started and you will be contacted within 24 hours or one business day. We look forward to helping you on your way.

Contact our experienced team today, and let us help you with your visa application.

Michael Niren

About Michael Niren

Michael is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section and the Associate Member of the American Bar Association. Read more

2 thoughts on “What If I Don’t Qualify For A Visa?

  1. suzanne o'meara

    Thank-you very much for the helpful video .
    All your webs are interesting , enjoyable & friendly .
    It is going to be a long time before I ask to apply for either USA or Canada – could be up to 10 yrs.
    But am really looking for somewhere overseas in North America or Europe to live later when my parents pass on . & maybe possibly with pets but by then who knows . I might end up residency in Europe then in USA or Canada , & if travelling from America to Europe , in the end maybe I will end up with some form of dual residency , if accepted .Am not thinking much of working , but of doing retreats & travel & informal study & healing & animals. & will definatly start extra French & Italian classes . I have lots of spiritual friends worldwide & few relatives but not close.
    Am worried about my Irish passport & what if Britain exits the EU . I born & live in cape town s africa . & also hope the economic recession improves . Either way , will be on holiday travel at the least & will apply .
    Am so happy that the visa info is more friendly these days . am most concerned to do everything in order for best optimal security .

  2. angelito gonzales

    hi I want to get my sister here to come in Canada I’m already permanent resident here in edmonto. ab canada.what should I do?


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