Temporary Resident Visa Refusal
While globalization is giving more people the means and opportunity to travel, their chances of making it through this country’s vetting process are diminishing, according to data obtained by The Globe and Mail
For a country that prides itself on its openness to the world, Canada makes its borders surprisingly impenetrable for millions of people who want to visit from abroad.
Last year alone, Canada refused entry to nearly 600,000 people who wanted to come for a short stay for tourism, school, business, academic conferences or simply to see their families. And the refusals have skyrocketed: The number has more than doubled since 2012, according to data obtained by The Globe and Mail.
Has your Temporary Resident Visa (Visitor Visa) been refused because of the following reasons:
- Travel history;
- Establishment to home country;
- Family ties;
- Personal assets and financial status; and
- Purpose of Visit.
If your Temporary Resident Visa has been refused in Canada you have 15 days, if your Temporary Resident Visa was refused outside Canada you have 60 days to challenge it in the Federal Court of Canada.
This procedure is known as Judicial Review. Only a Canadian Barrister & Solicitor can represent you in the Federal Court of Canada.