Has your application been refused?
Do you know why you were refused?
Do you need help?
If your application has been refused, you must be feeling a great sense of disappointment and frustration. You may not even know why you were refused or what you should do now.
Just because you have received a refusal letter does not mean that you should be discouraged. Options may still be available to you. Depending upon the program you applied for, an appeal may be a viable option. This being said, you may also wish to re-file.
The first step that must be taken is to discover the reason why you were refused. Even though you may not have been given a reason, you may request Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) for one. The reason will set out why you were refused and this information will help make a stronger case for your next application.
There are many reasons that may have affected your application the first time. This might include a lack of evidentiary material to satisfy the requirements of the program you entered into; an Immigration officer will need certain documents to show that you have met the demands of the program.
Another issue that usually arises is a lack of explanation. You may have included many documents to prove a matter, however, the documents might not be understood in a similar way by a visa officer, which is why your explanation must be clear and relevant to the documentations you provided.
It is important to realize that the chances of a successful immigration application the second time around will be low, and so it is imperative that you re-file the application accurately in order to get the results you want.
At Akrami & Associates, our experienced legal staff may provide you with the tools required to obtain positive results. Call us today for a consultation so that we may assist you through your time of need.