Grounds for Refusal of PR visa

Old Jul 3rd 2005, 4:54 am
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Hi folks

I have a question for Mr Miller in particular, but everyone else please feel free, too, to reply:

What likely reasons might there be for a visa officer to refuse an application for PR at the Initial Assessment stage?

This may be an impossible question to answer in any meaningful way, but being in the position myself between AOR of July last year, with an estimated processing time of 18 months, and therefore an IA due about January next year, I’m interested in people’s ideas concerning refusal of an application under the Skilled Worker category.

Many thanks for your future responses.

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Old Jul 3rd 2005, 5:12 am
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Originally Posted by Tantallon7
Hi folks

I have a question for Mr Miller in particular, but everyone else please feel free, too, to reply:

What likely reasons might there be for a visa officer to refuse an application for PR at the Initial Assessment stage?

This may be an impossible question to answer in any meaningful way, but being in the position myself between AOR of July last year, with an estimated processing time of 18 months, and therefore an IA due about January next year, I’m interested in people’s ideas concerning refusal of an application under the Skilled Worker category.

1. Doesn't meet points
2. Criminal record
3. Deportation from Canada
4. Points go up during processing
5. False documents
6. Job doesn't fall within top 3 levels of NOC

Hows that for a start.

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Old Jul 3rd 2005, 6:31 am
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Just to add to what PMM already listed:

- inconclusive evidence and claims not fully proven

- not meeting definition of skilled worker or not proving meeting it

- insufficient proof of funds

- lack of convincing and conclusive evidence showing applicant's ability to successfully establish himself or herself economically in Canada, regardless reaching or exceeding pass mark - read R76(3) here for some clue:

http://www.canlii.org/ca/regu/sor2-227/sec76.html

And it is all (factors listed by PMM's and myself) just for starters, a very generic, not case or circumstances specific list. There is much more to it and many other case specific reasons that may lead to refusal.
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Urm, well>

Qualifications might not be proven.
Concerns over validity of documents (general issue).
Closer look at full application means less than 67 points earned.
CIC officer needs more info (sends letter requesting same).
Financials not proven to requirement of CIC officer.
You might not pass medicals (subsequent problem).
Security or criminal issue (as above).
As above for spouse or spouses claimed points not proven.
Borderline case not fully supported in terms of ability/chances of successful settlement in Canada (bear in mind how many 1000's waiting in queue).

As above, for a start ??? If all has been properly documented, then no worries,, sit and wait like the many 1000's of others (been there got the t-shirt zzzzzzzzzzz).

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