Do I need a visitor visa to enter Canada?
Unless you come from a country that is visa exempt, such as the United States, you will need a visitor visa to enter Canada.
Will I be approved for my visitor visa application?
The main reason that visitor visas are refused by IRCC is because the immigration officer believes that the traveller will not return to their home country after their stay.
Even if you genuinely will be returning to your country after your visit to Canada, the immigration officer can make this finding if your application is not satisfactory.
What do I need to show for a successful visitor visa?
Our firm works with many clients at the judicial review (appeal) stage, and we have experience in understanding the various reasons that a visitor visa can be rejected. By having access to this data, we can apply on behalf of our clients in a manner that best prevents a refusal for common reasons.
Based on our experience, a visitor visa application should be tailored to the traveller’s personal circumstances:
The above are a handful of different considerations which must be given when making a visitor visa. You should also give the immigration officer as much detail and evidence of your financial circumstances and reasons for coming to Canada as possible.
My Application was Refused, what Options do I have?
You can either apply for a reconsideration of your decision, or appeal your decision to the Federal Court of Canada.
Do I need an Immigration Lawyer to make an Application for a Visitor Visa?
No. You are able to make a visitor visa application on your own.
However, if your application is refused, the refusal will stay on your permanent immigration record. This may make it more difficult for you to apply for subsequent visitor visas.
Our firm has helped many applicants successfully obtain visitor visas to enter Canada. Please give us a call today.