Stop Panicking After Refusal – Get Professional Solutions from Us
Panic grips people after getting a notification regarding the refusal of an application for Canada Immigration. But, you should calm down yourself and find out what options you have.
Our immigration lawyers help distressed applicants that have had their ‘Canadian Visa Refused’ cases. Here are some options:
- You might have an appeal to the Federal Court of Canada for refusal of your ‘Canada Immigration Application’ within a stipulated period of time after receiving the refusal notification.
- You might also be able to appeal at Immigration Adjudication Division (IAD) for visa application refusal within a predefined time period.
- After being notified of refusal might be able to apply for restoration to the Case Processing Centre (CPC).
You need to act quickly after getting a refusal notice, as there are deadlines for appeal and re-applications and restoration. You must seek guidance from an immigration lawyer to protect your rights.
Which is the Best Alternative for You?
The nature of the application and your factswill dictate your alternatives. Was it a Sponsorship Application refusal, Skilled Labor Application refusal, LMO/LMIA refusal, Work Permit refusal or Visa refusal Application? The location from which you have filed the application for Canada Immigration – within Canada or outside Canada- also impacts the options you may have.
Depending on your application status, you may be able to appeal, re-apply or resolve the application refusal case. You need to get your application evaluated quickly before your rights end.
Reason behind Refusal of Canada Immigration Application
Once the application is submitted to Canada Immigration, the immigration officer, using specific guidelines, decides whether to accept or reject the application. You can review these guidelines in Immigration’s policy manuals.
The application must match the criteria set out by the Immigration Regulations otherwise it would will be rejected. In some cases, immigration officers may make the wrong decision. When this happens there may not be a right of appeal. Thus it is important to prepare a proper and detailed application with strong supporting evidence. This will reduce the chance of interview and refusal.
You need to seek help from licensed and professional lawyers to avoid refusal and if already refused to appeal and or reapply for status.
What to Do and Where to Go after Refusal?
Only a qualified Canadian Immigration lawyer and consultant can help you find the answers. They will guide you through the following:
- Whether or not you are eligible to appeal?
- Should you appeal?
- Should you reapply instead?
- What are the deadlines for appealing? Do you have 15, 30 or 60 days left?
- What steps you need to follow to file an appeal?
- When would the likely outcome be?
- What are the chances of your success?
How Can We Help You After Refusal?
After getting the application refusal notice, contact our lawyers immediately. Any further delay may lead to termination of your appeal rights and immigration options.
Our expert immigration lawyers have assisted thousands of people in appealing and or reapplying after their application has been refused. We are willing to help you too!
We will quickly start working on your case. You can reach us to discuss your refused Canadian application remedies.