If you get a letter in the mail from Canada Immigration indicating that your application for Canadian immigration was refused, it does not necessarily mean that you are ineligible to enter the country. Depending on your case, you might have the opportunity to appeal the decision.
Whatever the reason for the refusal, it is important to act very quickly once you are notified that your case was denied. This means enlisting a qualified and experienced immigration lawyer to determine if your case has merit. Niren & Associates handles countless immigration refusal cases every year, and assists with the Immigration Appeal process, which can bring you positive results.
“I thank you for your fast service and detailed instruction. My mom had no problem presenting the package at the visa office. You made it easy for her. We are very impressed about that you have my mom’s visa approved after three times refusal.” – Mahanaz
Possible Options When Your Immigration Request is Denied
If your application has been refused, you may be:
- eligible to appeal to the Federal Court of Canada within a certain period after you were notified of the refusal
- eligible to appeal to the Immigration Adjudication Division (IAD) within a certain period after you were notified of the refusal
- able to make a request for Restoration to the Case Processing Centre (CPC) after being notified if the refusal
Our Immigration Attorneys supported by our Chicago office Can Assist in Immigration Refusal Cases
Niren & Associates works hard to help individuals with their immigration goals, so when we learn of a refused immigration request, we fight to overturn the decision for each unique case on behalf of our client. First, we determine the reasons for the refusal, and look into the type of application and where it was filed and processed.
Next, we look at what factors contributed to the application’s refusal:
- Did the application meet the standards and criteria?
- Did the immigration officer make a mistake?
- Did the officer fail to review all the documentation or information?
- Was the immigration officer unconvinced due to a personal interview with the application?
We Can Properly Handle Your Canadian Immigration Refusal
Since there are many factors related to each specific application refusal, our legal team will quickly and carefully determine what your next steps should be.
There are many questions surrounding your case that we will answer:
- Are you eligible to appeal the negative immigration decision?
- How long do you have to file your appeal?
- At which Canadian immigration court should you file the Appeal?
- What procedure is involved in filing and processing the Immigration Appeal?
- How long is it going to take? When should I expect a result?
- What are the chances of success of the Immigration Appeal?
“Thank you Niren and Associates for handling my permanent residence case. I was refused before but you managed to prepare my application properly this time. When I applied before I did not have the proper documents. Now, the officer reviewed my paperwork and the application was approved.” – Eileen S.