My immigration application was denied, can you help me?
Immigration application denials are not uncommon, as many times people are just not eligible to come to Canada under the application type they’ve chosen or they may have even submitted an incomplete application that resulted in a denial.
While denials are more common than you would think, they are in fact very serious. You do have options for appealing them, but you must act as soon as possible to meet the strict appeal deadlines that are in place.
Appealing a Canadian immigration refusal
In appealing a Canadian immigration refusal, the option that is best suited for you depends on many different things, such as the type of immigration application, why the immigration application was denied and whether or not you are currently in Canada. The options available to you include making a request for restoration to the CPC or Case Processing Centre, making an appeal to the IAD or Immigration Adjudication Division, or appealing to the Federal Court of Canada.
The deadlines in place, in some cases, are 30 days after you have been notified of the refusal or denial of your application. That means that you must speak to an immigration lawyer as soon as possible.
If your immigration application was denied, we can help you. The immigration appeals process is very complicated, and you will want to be sure that you have professional assistance when you undertake this extremely important process. You can call us at the number above, or e-mail us using the contact number on the right.
You can also watch our video on appealing immigration refusals here.
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
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