As open as the country can be, there are rare occasions wherein the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship of Canada winds up declining an application for a Candian permanent residency, work permit, or visa. This is essentially because the applicant is deemed to be inadmissible to Canada. There are actually numerous reasons why applicants could be found inadmissible, some of which are unknown.
Getting the services of an immigration consultant from the beginning will be quite beneficial to you. Even if you have no reason to believe your application would be rejected, it’s best to go into the process equipped with as much knowledge as possible.
Let’s take a look at several reasons why you may not be admitted to Canada:
You cannot afford to sustain yourself
If you cannot support yourself and/or your dependents, there is no reason for you to be allowed into the country.
Your complicated health issues could put others at risk or could just be too much to handle
Do you have an existing health condition that is rather complicated? If your medical condition is seen to be a danger to the greater public’s health and safety, especially so if it will exacerbate Canada’s health and social services, you will not be admitted. Almost all Canadian immigration programs require a clean bill of health.
You could pose a threat
Have you ever belonged to a group or organization that was involved in acts of espionage, subversion, terrorism, or violence? That makes you a security risk.
You did not comply with the IRPA (Immigration and Refugee Protection Act)
If you overstay or work full-time on a students’ permit, therefore disrespecting your visa’s conditions, you could be disallowed from returning to Canada, or downright barred.
You have a criminal history, including human rights violations
Have you ever been convicted of a crime against humanity or a war crime? Or at least accused? If you were, that could severely affect your application, especially so if you were an official of a government involved in gross human rights violations and/or were subject to international sanctions.
You misrepresented yourself
In some ways, this is common sense. One of the quickest ways to get yourself disqualified from being admitted to Canada is by giving false information or withholding information that the CIC asked for. No matter what those details may be, it is crucial that your representation of yourself is truthful on every official application as well as to border control and officials of immigration.
You were involved in organized crime
Whether you were just accused or flat out convicted of involvement with an organization that was involved in money laundering, smuggling, or any other form of organized criminal activity, your application will likely be denied.
The best way to enter Canada is being fully prepared and knowledgeable from the get-go, and getting all your papers in order. You should also make sure that if you are applying with family, that none of them are inadmissible in turn. That can affect your chances as well.
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