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Financial Inadmissibility

If you want to enter Canada, you will have to fulfil all the basic requirements to be admissible to Canada. Also, if you fail to meet several conditions of the financial resources, you will be considered financially inadmissible to Canada. According to section 39 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA), foreign nationals will be inadmissible to Canada if they do not have sufficient funds to support themselves or family.
Financial Inadmissibility

Refused To Enter Canada Due to Financial Reasons

To get entry into Canada, you will need to satisfy an officer by showing your ability to have enough financial funds to support yourself and your family. However, if you fail to prove that you have an adequate income from entrepreneurship, skilled work, or investments, you may be found to be a potential burden to the Canadian government. As a result, your entry to Canada will get refused.
The financial inadmissibility determination process is done after the review of evidence that holds the current financial position of the foreign citizen. it includes:
  • bank accounts statements;
  • letter of employment;
  • Payslips of the contemporary and past employment
  • payroll
  • Statutory declarations or support letters from relatives or friends that confirm your current financial situation;
  • Notifications of Assessment.
Documentation confirming inadmissibility that may be relied upon in deciding Canadian inadmissibility may include:
  • evidence of dependence on social aid;
  • statements from social assistance authorities.
  • cancelled receipts;
  • compensation cheques;
For the sponsorship applications, if the sponsor has received benefits due to disability, it is essential to show that they have not received any profits from these disability payments as this would render the foreign citizen inadmissible.
If your visa application got denied due to financial inadmissibility to Canada, and you will not be allowed to enter Canada, Move Immigration Services are here to help you. We have years of experience in immigration and citizenship in Canada and helped several individuals to enter Canada. Our certified and RCIC-approved immigration consultant knows how to prepare the “right” paperwork for you that will help to allow you in Canada.
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If you consider being financially inadmissible, you have the opportunity to overcome financial inadmissibility and address your issue to Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). This financial inadmissibility process is called procedural fairness. You will need to attend an interview with the IRCC to prove that you have not received any social aid. Also, you should highlight your work experience, skills, and education and provide all necessary documents that support your admissibility claim. Also, you can apply for humanitarian and compassionate grounds to overcome financial inadmissibility if you believe that your situation is suited for that claim.