I was denied a Canadian visa and I would like to know why; my application was done properly, and I provided all the required documents that were requested by IRCC?
We know how disappointing it can be when someone is denied a Canadian visitor visa. Just so you know, when you apply for a Canadian visa several factors are taken into consideration before your Canadian visa is approved. The visa officer carefully reviews your visa application to ensure that you have sufficient ties to your home country based on the supporting documents you submit to Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada.
You did not provide enough evidence that demonstrates that you are able to pay for your trip
Having sufficient funds available to pay for your trip is the most crucial factor when applying for a Canadian visa. The visa officer wants to know that you can finance your trip to Canada based on the amount of money you are earning from your job and the money in your bank account. However, it is not solely dependent on the amount of money that is in your bank account. A person with one million dollars ($1,000,000) in their bank account may be denied; while a person with $100,000 in their account gets approved a visa. This is because the person with one million dollars ($1,000,000) in their bank account may not be able to prove how they accumulate the funds. While, at the same time, the person with $100,000 in their account can substantiate how they acquired the funds in their account. Though the visa officer wants to know that you can pay for your trip to Canada, they still want to see how you acquired the funds in your account. Notably, if they suspect that you borrowed the funds in your account to obtain a visa, they will deny you.
You have not provided enough evidence to prove that you will leave Canada at the end of your stay
The visa officer wants to know that you will leave Canada at the end of your stay. As such, they will thoroughly review your visa application and the circumstances surrounding your travel plans, as well as other ties to your home country. Strong ties may vary from person to person; they generally include your job, house, family, and assets. Various aspects of your life bind you to the country within which you reside, such as employment, children, and spouse. If you fail to convince the visa officer that you will leave Canada at the end of your stay, they will deny you under the pretense that your ties to your home country are weak. The visa officer wants to know that you have your job, children, or spouse to return to after a short stay in Canada.
Failure to provide all relevant supporting documents
Many applicants who choose to complete their Canadian visa application independently end up ruining their application, as well as failing to submit all the required documents. Resultantly contributing to their Canadian visitor visa application denial. Let’s say you did not fill out your application correctly and/or failed to submit all the supporting documents-for instance, if you were arrested in the past and didn’t provide a police record, they will deny you, for the fact that you did not provide all the relevant documents to support your visa application. Hire a professional immigration consultant if you do not understand the entire process and the primary documents needed submission to the Canadian Embassy.
You haven’t provided enough proof to support your reasons for visiting Canada
When you apply for a visa to travel to Canada, the invitation letter should state your reason for travel whether for: a family visit, tourism, funeral, wedding, or graduation. If you are attending a funeral, you must provide evidence of the death certificate. In the event that you fail to submit the right documents to indicate your main intention in traveling to Canada, the visa officer might deny you due to unclear reasons for traveling to Canada. Hire a professional immigration consultant if you do not understand the entire process and the primary documents needed submission to the Canadian Embassy.
Limited Employment and Job Stability
Being employed or working at a previous establishment for less than one (1) year indicates inconsistency and inability to settle in a job. The visa officer wants to know that you are stable working in a job for at least (1) one to one (2) years. The longer you are employed in an organization, the better are your chances of being granted a visa.