About Refusals And Appeals
Visas are a privilege, not a right – and that means refusals can happen.
That being said, the first thing you need to do when you receive a letter from Canadian immigration authorities saying that your visa application was refused is to not panic at all.
Refusals happen for a reason, but the first thing to take stock is to know that you have options. Understand, however, that you have to act fast when you receive your letter of refusal because time will not be at your side – you may only have as much as 30 days to file an appeal, and deadlines for appeals are strict.
Individuals who have received a notification that their visa application has been refused may file a request to the Canadian Federal Courts; alternatively, they may file an appeal to the Immigration Adjudication Division. Both options, however, have strict deadlines for appeals of this nature, and thus the most important thing when considering to file an appeal is to act quickly and decisively.
Individuals may also file a claim for Restoration to the Case Processing Center. The center handles his or her application after the persons make a notification.
These options rest on certain factors surrounding your case, and your appeal will be contingent on these factors. A legal evaluation of your case is absolutely necessary at this point. Also, you will need to find a licensed Canadian immigration lawyer that will represent your interests competently; and CANADAPT is in a position to provide you with the advice you need to proceed with your appeal.
Time is of the essence when it comes to appeals – get in touch with us through our official communication channel. Rest assured that we at CANADAPT will keep all information pertaining to your application in the strictest confidence. Call us, e-mail us,https://canadapt.ca/contacts/ or send us a message through WhatsApp today!