At Expedite Travel Services, we know how disappointing it can be when someone got denied a Canadian visitor visa. However, you can reapply as soon as you are able to provide new information or documents that you initially failed to submit. However, it is best to wait until after 6-12 months before reapplying. As if you opt to reapply and your situation has not changed, they will deny you once more.
These common factors are the reasons applicants are denied a Canadian visa most of the time: Insufficient finances, improper structuring of the application, failure to prove that you will leave Canada after the duration of the stay, and inadequate supporting documentation. A visa officer can deny you based on the supporting documents you submit or the lack thereof, along with the details provided in your application.
For example. On the application, you stated that you are unemployed. This will suggest that you are not working, and if you are not working, this may indicate that your ties to your home country may not be strong enough. Similarly, a person can meet all the requirements and still be denied a visa. Everyone will not be fortunate to receive a visitor visa the first time they apply. A visa denial is not the end of the world, you can try again; hopefully, you will get a Canadian visa the next time around. Though you are disappointed, be optimistic; everything happens for a reason.
Whenever you are ready to apply for a Canadian visitor visa, one of our expert visa specialists will be more than enthused to provide you with the best advice and guidance on how to increase your chances of obtaining a Canada visitor visa.