visitor visa after PR application

Old Feb 1st 2001, 6:34 am
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arsalan_ahmad
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Hi,

I applied for canadian immigration about 3 weeks ago. I have a H1B visa in the US, working
as a software engineer for 1.5 years. I wanted to apply for a multiple entry visitor visa
to Canada. Are there now more chances of my not getting the visa or getting a visa of a
shorter duration as I have already applied for Canadian immigration? Conversely, is my
immigration application going to affected by my applying for a visa?

Thanks for your help, Arsalan
 
Old Feb 1st 2001, 9:33 pm
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Hi:

Your application for a visitor visa will not effect your application for Canadian
permanent residency. However, it is unlikely that you will be granted a visitor visa after
you have submitted your application for Canadian permanent residency.

Section 8 of the Immigration Act provides that the burden of proof of establishing that a
person has a right to come into Canada rests with the person seeking admission to Canada.
Section 9 of the Immigration Act provides that a person who applies to a visa officer is
presumed to be an immigrant.

Applicants for visitor visas have the onus of satisfying a visa officer that they intend
on entering Canada only temporarily. This will be difficult to do once you have applied
for Canadian permanent residency.

For information on visitor visas go to
http://www.webimmigration.com/requirevisitorvisa.html

Yours truly, Ingrid Y. Chen, B.A., LL.B.
_________________________
Webimmigration.com, Embrace Opportunity 688-287 Broadway Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada R3C 0R9
Tel: 1-204-943-3303 email: [email protected]

> Hi,
>
> I applied for canadian immigration about 3 weeks ago. I have a H1B visa in the US,
> working as a software engineer for 1.5 years. I wanted to apply for a multiple entry
> visitor visa to Canada. Are there now more chances of my not getting the visa or getting
> a visa of a shorter duration as I have already applied for Canadian immigration?
> Conversely, is my immigration application going to affected by my applying for a visa?
>
> Thanks for your help, Arsalan
 
Old Feb 2nd 2001, 1:43 am
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arsalan_ahmad
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Thank you for your response. Just one last thing, if I withdraw my PR application and then
apply for visitor visa, are my chances of getting the visitor visa still going to be
affected by the fact that I had applied for PR?

Arsalan

In article <[email protected]>,

> Hi:
>
> Your application for a visitor visa will not effect your application
for
> Canadian permanent residency. However, it is unlikely that you will
be
> granted a visitor visa after you have submitted your application for Canadian permanent
> residency.
>
> Section 8 of the Immigration Act provides that the burden of proof of establishing that
> a person has a right to come into Canada rests with
the
> person seeking admission to Canada. Section 9 of the Immigration Act provides that a
> person who applies to a visa officer is presumed to
be an
> immigrant.
>
> Applicants for visitor visas have the onus of satisfying a visa
officer that
> they intend on entering Canada only temporarily. This will be
difficult to
> do once you have applied for Canadian permanent residency.
>
> For information on visitor visas go to
> http://www.webimmigration.com/requirevisitorvisa.html
>
> Yours truly, Ingrid Y. Chen, B.A., LL.B.
> _________________________
> Webimmigration.com, Embrace Opportunity 688-287 Broadway Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada R3C
> 0R9 Tel: 1-204-943-3303 email: [email protected]
>

> > Hi,
> >
> > I applied for canadian immigration about 3 weeks ago. I have a H1B
visa
> > in the US, working as a software engineer for 1.5 years. I wanted to apply for a
> > multiple entry visitor visa to Canada. Are there now
more
> > chances of my not getting the visa or getting a visa of a shorter duration as I have
> > already applied for Canadian immigration? Conversely, is my immigration application
> > going to affected by my applying for a visa?
> >
> > Thanks for your help, Arsalan
> >
> >
 

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