Obtaining a visitor’s visa, or what is now referred to as a Temporary Resident Visa by Immigration Canada, can be an extremely difficult process.
Many people who apply and get refused never really know why they were refused in the first place. Immigration Canada officers issue the applicant a standard refusal letter template that outline vague reasons why the application was not accepted. The real reasons are most rarely ever given to the applicant.
After an application is refused, it leads to stress and complications. The host in Canada are expecting the visitor to be with them for a special occasion or to assist with a temporary family emergency, but after the refusal they are scrambling to figure out what to do without the visitor.
Refusals can be avoided. Immigration Canada does a poor job of explaining what is needed for a successful visa application. Most of the time what is required are proper documents and letters of explanation from both the host and the visitor. The visitor, especially, needs to convince the visa officer that he/she will return to their home country.
This can be done with the proper guidance and advice from a Make it Canada immigration specialist. In fact, the principal owner of Make it Canada previously worked for the Canadian federal government dealing specifically with visitor visa refusals.
Our advice and guidance can ensure that your Temporary Resident Visa will have a greater chance of success. Please contact us at anytime to book a consultation on what must be done.