Immigration rejections happen everyday. Immigration applications are rejected for a variety of reasons. The result of an immigration rejection is that someone cannot move to Canada or become a Canadian permanent resident who wants to. The lawyers at Kahane Law Office are here to help with your immigration applications and avoid having your application rejected. We look forward to helping welcome you to Canada.
How do Canadian Immigration Rejections Happen?
In order to immigrate to Canada, the applicants need to be able to meet certain requirements. These requirements are very important and must be addressed in the application to avoid an immigration rejections. The requirements are not random. They are set out in the Immigration Act, regulations and Canadian immigration policy. Applications will ask a number of questions and applicants will need to supply a variety of documents in order to improve their chances of having a successful immigration application and avoid having the immigration application rejected.
The Top 10 Immigration Rejections
The following are the top ten reasons for immigration rejections in Canada. REMEMBER: There are just frequent problems that lead to application rejections. Meeting these items does not guarantee success. There are many other problems that can lead to a rejection. These immigration application problems are not set out in any specific order.
Threat to Canadian Security Rejections:
If there is any possibility that allowing entry could damage the security of the nation, they will likely reject your immigration application, at least until they can ensure that you are not a security risk. Just as one would imagine, no country, including Canada, wants to allow anyone into their country if there is a chance that they could prove a danger to the safety of the country and the people who live there.
Immigration Rejections for Financial Reasons:
If you do not have the financial means to support yourself when moving to Canada, then they may reject the immigration application. One needs to have a viable means of income or be able to prove that they will not become a financial burden to the country to avoid an immigration rejection.
Rejected for Criminal Reasons:
Those who have criminal records may not be able to immigrate into Canada. As always, it is important to speak with an attorney to determine whether the criminal offenses you may have would be prohibitive to immigrating to Canada. Not all criminal charges will lead to an immigration rejection. If someone is guilty of a crime in another country that is not a crime in Canada, their application to immigrate to Canada maybe successful.
Violation of Human Rights Leading to Not Being Allowed to Immigrate to Canada:
If any of your documents show that you have or may have been in violation of human rights in any way, they will reject your application. There is very little room to maneuver around this area.
Using The Correct Immigration Forms:
Those emigrating from certain countries require additional and supplemental forms. Not including those forms will receive a rejection to your immigration application. You need to provide only the correct forms, the correct photos, and the correct information. Otherwise, it could lead to an immigration rejection.
Rejected Applications for Incorrect Paying of Fees:
Always pay the correct fees in the right amount and via the proper channel – money order, etc. Check with your immigration lawyer about what you need to include. Many immigration applications are rejected for this reason and it is the easiest one to avoid.
Not Signing The Immigration Forms is an Instant Rejection:
Always make sure all of the immigration forms have the proper signatures in the right places. These forms can be a bit tricky, and having help from the immigration lawyers at Kahane Law Office to make sure you sign in all of the required places will reduce the possibility of an immigration rejection for a minor reason.
Providing More than the Required Documents:
Only provide the exact documents the immigration offices require. Additional forms may lead to your application to immigrate being rejected or delayed.
Misinformation (Lying on Your Canadian Immigration Application):
Providing false or misleading information on the application is a sure way to receive a rejection to your Canadian immigration application. Never lie on the application, and never try to hide anything in your application. If you do, they will surely find out and it could reject your application immediately. It may also keep you from being able to successfully apply for Canadian immigration in the future.
Illegible Immigration Applications will be Rejected:
If the authorities are unable to read the application, then they will reject it. Rather than handwriting the application, it is better to use a computer program to fill out the information and avoid an immigration rejection.
Succeeding in Your Canadian Immigration Application
These tips will help to give you a better chance of getting your application through Canadian immigration the first time. Still, these applications are complicated and they can be tricky to fill out properly. Most will not want to attempt to fill them out on their own to avoid an immigration rejection. Instead, they may want to have some professional assistance to make things substantially easier. Our immigration Lawyers are here to help avoid immigration rejections and be successful.
Getting the Immigration Application Help you Need
The best way to make sure you do not receive and immigration rejection is to work with an immigration attorney who specializes in immigration law. He or she will help to ensure applicants complete every step of the immigration process properly. Be sure to work with an attorney who has experience and skill in the realm of Canadian immigration to ensure the best chance of receiving your immigration status. We can help. If you want to become a landed immigrant and, call the experienced team at Kahane Law Immigration Legal Services now. We can be reached toll-free at 1-877-225-8817 (or 403-225-8810 locally in Calgary, Alberta), or email us directly here.