The capital of Canada, Ottawa, recently launched a campaign in India to inform and warn prospective immigrants of using immigration consultants in India. Ottawa is located in Ontario but close to Montreal and the US border. The majority of Canadian laws and regulations are made in Ottawa which makes this warning very serious. The immigration […]Continue Reading
The latest Canadian immigration news for those people who have received a Canadian refusal letter or were refused from a Canada visa. For more information on the immigration options for people who have been refused from a Canada visa, visit our page on being denied entry to Canada.
Options for Those Facing Student Visa Rejection in Canada Typically, when you apply for a study permit, you have to show that you qualify for the course of study. If you’re going to a university or college, you have to show that you have been accepted. A letter of acceptance is usually the best way […]Continue Reading
Being refused a Canadian visa in 2019 can be frustrating as it can ruin travel plans, work plans, or even a new living arrangement. Don’t worry, after a visa rejection there are a few steps you may be able to take to still obtain a Canadian visa. Contrary to what many people think, reapplying after a […]Continue Reading
When you apply for a Canadian Visitor Visa there is a chance it could be denied for no apparent reason. The reason lies beneath a section of Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations that allows officers to reject the visitor visa application without explaining why. If your Canadian tourist visa was refused without a refusal […]Continue Reading
Previously, Canadian Citizenship, Immigration, and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney apologized for the decisions of Canadian Visa officers in India to reject the applications of several Indian nationals because of their prior military services. Visa Refusals For Indian Generals Leads to Apology From Canadian Government In a statement, Minister Kenney said, “Canada has the highest regard […]Continue Reading
There are many reasons why someone’s permanent residency application could be refused. A PR application could be refused because of criminality, health, misrepresentation, not meeting eligibility requirements, not providing with right documents or having incomplete or inconsistent forms, losing documents, missing deadlines, or confronting a mistake committed by IRCC or Immigration officers. Many people come […]Continue Reading
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