PERMANENT RESIDENT VISA OR STATUS REFUSED
A permanent resident is someone who is acknowledged as a permanent resident by the Government of Canada. A permanent resident is neither a temporary resident nor a citizen of Canada. In reality he is national of another country.
It is important to know that if someone files a refugee claim in Canada he doesn’t become a permanent resident instantly. He has to wait until his case is approved and he is considered to be a legit refugee by the Government of Canada following a decision by the Immigration & Refugee board.
There are various criteria which has to be met to become a permanent resident of Canada. For example for a refugee as mentioned above, their refugee status has to be approved first and then starts the process to apply for a permanent resident status.
For a skilled worker, they have to whether come through express entry, provincial nominee or any other program.
For a spouse there must be a sponsor who is sponsoring his or her spouse to become a permanent resident of Canada. The sponsor has to meet certain criteria to be approved as a valid sponsor and the sponsored person has to meet some other criteria.
Its important that while preparing your application for Permanent residency, you do not make any mistakes. There might be information which is necessary or documents which is essential to be attached with your “Application for Permanent Residence”. This information or documentation might not be stated or required anywhere in the application guide or in the application itself.
There may and actually do happen some confusions, mistakes, typos, missing information or miscalculation while filing a permanent resident application. The mistake(s) may end up delaying and even your application for permanent residence being denied.
Sometimes these mistakes may be considered as “misrepresentation” by the visa officer and the applicant may face a ban to enter or / and apply for a Canadian visa or status.
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