7 Reasons Why Canadian Immigrants Are Rejected
7 Reasons Why Canadian Immigrants Are Rejected
Canada receive about 250,000 new immigrants each year, but there are also thousands of applicants who have been rejected for various reasons. (From the Department of Immigration website)
Hundreds of thousands of people apply for Canadian immigration each year, but at the same time, tens of thousands of applicants have been rejected. According to statistics, there are seven main reasons for rejection, such as misrepresentation or health factors, but sometimes they are only misleading, undocumented, or sent to the wrong category. Some of the avoidable negligences cannot be ignored by the applicant.
Canada is one of the major immigrant countries in the world. It attracts hundreds of thousands of people each year through various types of immigration. However, at the same time, many people have been rejected and have lost their dreams. Immigration lawyer David Cohen stated that there are many reasons for the rejection of immigration applications, but there are mainly the following seven:
I. The Statement Is Not True
Although at first glance it may seem that the applicant has deliberately concealed or falsified certain information, it may sometimes be that the applicant misrepresented the question on the form, omitted the data item in the form, or misunderstood the indication when completing the form. As a result, these are preventable errors. If it is found to be “false,” not only is the application rejected, it may be sentenced not to apply again within two years (Quebec immigrants are five years old).
Second, health factors
All immigration applicants and accompanying relatives are required to pass medical examinations to confirm that their health will not be a burden on the Canadian health care system. The above medical examinations must be performed by a physician appointed by the Ministry of Immigration. Once a member of the family has a medical examination, the family’s application is not required. The case may be rejected.
For example, patients with diabetes or Hepatitis A who need medical treatment may be rejected by immigration officials as a burden on the health care system. To avoid such a result, sometimes a specialist doctor’s report on the condition of the applicant will help avoid re-doing medical examinations, delays or refusals.
III. Criminal Records
All applicants must submit proof of a criminal record that has been inhabited for more than six months after the age of 18 in order to ensure that new arrivals will not be detrimental to social security upon arrival. If the applicant does not have a criminal record, this step is only a paper operation. The problem is not significant. If there is a criminal record, it will cause trouble for the application.
For foreigners with criminal records, it is necessary to have a deeper understanding of the relevant provisions of the Canadian “criminal inadmissibility” and “deemed rehabilitation” and “individual rehabilitation”. the difference.
Fourth, Miss Deadline
In order to expedite trials, the Department of Immigration will require applicants to submit certain forms or documents before a deadline. If the applicant misses the deadline, the application may be rejected. It is therefore extremely important to understand how and when certain documents are obtained or completed.
Ke Han stated that missed deadlines can usually be avoided. Therefore, good preparation and planning in the entire immigration application process may be the key to the approval of immigration applications. Although immigration officials sometimes agree to postpone, there must be sufficient reasons and supporting documents.
V. Immigration Officials Make Mistakes
In the vast majority of cases, immigration officials follow the rules and procedures of the Ministry of Immigration and adopt a consistent approach to the application. However, sometimes immigration officials also make mistakes. They may misunderstand the laws and regulations and unfairly reject certain applications. At that time, lawyers can be asked to seek redress through judicial channels.
Sixth, Did Not Submit Documents
The Department of Immigration has a clear list of the documents to be submitted by the applicants and a tracking number to ensure that the application is complete, and the responsibility for submitting the correct documents to the Immigration Department is for the applicant. Failing to submit the documents may result in the rejection of the application.
VII. Ineligibility For Application
Canada has more than 60 immigration categories, each of which is different, has its own specific requirements, and depends on the applicant’s age, education, net assets, occupation, work experience, and other qualifications.Some applicants may meet one or more of the immigration plans, but they may also be inconsistent.
If a hurry is not carefully studied, some applicants may feel that they meet certain types of immigration plans and have rushed to apply. However, if this is not the case, they may be refused.