Why Canada Visas Get Refused
Canada visitor visa, known as the Temporary Resident Visa (TRV), and even Canada’s Tourist Visa, is an official document issued by IRCC that is placed in your travel document to show that you have met the requirements for admission to Canada as a visitor.
Canada Visa Requirements
To qualify for a Canada visa from Bangladesh, there are a few basic requirements you must meet which include:
- have a valid passport
- be in good health
- have no unlawful convictions
- prove to an IRCC visa officer that you have ties to your home country and you will get back to your country after your trip
- convince an immigration officer that you will leave Canada at the end of your visit
- have enough money to support yourself in Canada and return back to your home country
When you go to IRCC portal to submit your documents, the system you ONLY ASK the following documents:
- Application forms;
- Application fees;
- Proof of financial support;
- Photocopy of your return ticket and travel itinerary; and
- Additional documents requested by your local visa office
Do you think these documents are sufficient for Canada visa approval?
Top 5 Reasons Why Canada Visas Get Refused
Match information in the visa form with official documents
When you are filling up the Canada visa application form, you know that you would write all the details asked in the online or electronic forms.
Incorrect information on the visa application form – such as the family name, given name, passport number, or date of birth not matching as it is in the passport, are common errors.
Also, often information on the application forms and the information on the documents submitted are found contradictory which might cause a visa rejection.
Check the country-specific checklist
One of the most common mistakes that Canada visa applicants make is not referring to the checklist or referring to a common checklist for visa applications, thus missing out on uploading or attaching important documents during submission.
Many applicants do not know that different countries have different documentation requirements. Before application submission, it is a must to check if there are country-specific document requirements.
Poor quality of the scanned documents
Many applicants upload documents that are not readable at all. Unreadable documents cannot be accepted by the visa offices, and this may lead to a negative result.
Cutting it too close to the date of planned travel
Every nation has a different turnaround time for file processing, which in turn varies depending on the travel seasons.
Often, visa applicants submit their visa applications a couple of days before their planned travel activities. Most countries receive visitor visa applications up to 90 days prior to the date of planned travel.
Lack of clear purpose of travel
Are you traveling on holiday? Are you traveling for a business conference or event? Do you want to meet with a foreign buyer? Are you going to meet your family member?
The majority of applicants submit their visa applications without a clear purpose for which the visa officer starts scrutinizing the file. Also, you must submit documents to support your purpose.
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