What Do I Do if I am Denied a Canadian Tourist Visa?

 

If you are denied a Canadian tourist visa, you have two different options depending on your original application and personal circumstances. Read on:

If you are denied a Canadian tourist visa

If you are denied a Canadian tourist visa, you have two main options. First, you could reapply. Second, you could appeal your Canadian tourist denial to the Federal Court of Canada.

Which option is right for you? It depends on several circumstances. For example, if you believe you made an error or omission on your original application, and that if you were able to correct this misinformation, reapplying for your Canadian tourist visa might be your best option. However, it will need to be carefully explained to the immigration officer processing your case why all of a sudden you have included this new information.

Your second option is appealing your Canadian tourist visa denial to the Federal Court of Canada. However, presenting your arguments in Federal Court can be very overwhelming and intimidating, let alone extremely difficult.

Whichever of these two options is right for you depends on your original application and why it was denied. A licensed immigration lawyer can explain to you whether reapplying for your Canadian tourist visa or appealing to the Federal Court of Canada is the best option for your situation.

Please advise that both of these options for dealing with a Canadian tourist visa are very difficult, and you will need help in order to be successful in appealing your Canadian tourist visa denial or reapplying for your tourist visa.

We can be contacted at the telephone number at the top of this page, or you can e-mail us. If you have been denied, keep in mind that you will only have a very short period of time within which you can appeal! Contact us immediately.

Any information provided here does not constitute legal advice and is intended for general information only. Should you require legal advise, you are encouraged to contact a lawyer directly. All blog postings are public and are not subject to solicitor/client confidentially. Case results depend on a variety of factors unique to each case, and case results do not guarantee or predict a similar result in any further case undertaken by the lawyer.

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