What to do if your immigration application got refused?
If you have been refused a study permit, visitor visa, work permit, permanent residence, or any other type of application, you received a refusal letter from IRCC with the officer’s reasons for refusal of the application. However, the refusal letter only contains basic information with generic phrases to show which reasons for refusal apply to your case.
The refusal letter does not go into detail about what exact circumstances in your case caused the officer to refuse the application.
However, we can help you to receive the detailed notes for your immigration application, and to have them explained to you by a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant. When the officer’s notes are issued, they are generally dozens of pages long with multiple acronyms and codes. The important information regarding a refusal can be hard to find or difficult to understand.
If you fill “Get Officer’s Notes + Consultation” form, our consultant will explain the meaning of the officer’s notes to you, and how you can make changes to a new application to increase your chances of approval next time
It will cost $175 for up to one hour of consultation with a Junior RCIC or $250 for consultation with a senior RCIC. We will obtain the detailed notes of the immigration officer who refused your application and the Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant you have chosen will explain the notes to you, and advise how you can make changes for a new application. Our office will contact you within one business day of receiving your contact form. Payment can be made securely online, or once we have scheduled your consultation appointment.