A significant portion of Canadian Immigration Applications are refused every year for a number of different reasons. Some applicants may not meet the requirements for immigration to Canada, but other applicants may have made mistakes on their application or have a solid chance at an appeal of the decision depending on the situation.
There are several options for applicants who have had their Canadian immigration application refused:
Each of these options depends on what type of Canadian immigration application was filed and the nature of the refusal. The visa application system is not automatic, and each immigration application is reviewed by an immigration officer, who will decide the fate of the application. Officers can be strict, and how an applicant fares during an interview can differ depending on the perception of the officer.
Because of the time deadline when appealing a Canadian immigration refusal, it’s important to act as soon as possible. In some situations, you may only have a few days to appeal. Consult with a qualified immigration lawyer who can help you determine the best course of action to take.
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