What is your English Language Test Scores in CLB?
Do you have CLB 5 or more in second language IELTS test ?
What is your highest Education?
your work experience?
What is your age?
Do you have a valid job offer?
Does your spouse have IELTS CLB4 or More?
Did your spouse study in Canada for 2 years?
Did your spouse work in Canada for 2 years?
Did you study in Canada for 2 years?
Did you work in Canada for 2 years?
Do you have a valid job offer in Canada?
Do you have your parents, grand parents, brother or sister in Canada?
Yukon Nominee Program
Detention reviews and admissibility hearings
Overcome criminal convictions
Security screening for immigration and citizenship applications
Visit to Canada
Quebec-selected skilled workers
Atlantic Immigration Pilot
Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot
Health-care workers permanent residence pathway
Refugees and asylum
Lack of detailed information about family, parents, siblings, education, employment, travel and personal history
Inconsistency of details used in multiple applications
Lack of supporting documents for each declaration
Missing a deadline
Failure to attach documents
Failure to declare refusal of a visa for another country
Providing a fake document that is found to be not genuine
Failure to provide the complete details of all family members
Declaring work experience that is found to be not genuine
Engaging in a non-genuine marriage
Reversing the date and month of birth on an application
Widowed marital status is NOT the same as single.
To know the correct date format of the application form (mm/dd/yyyy or dd/mm/yyyy).
Providing accurate details to Immigration is a REQUIREMENT, not an option. Details cannot be left out!
You must know your representative or immigration consultant
Provide all documents and details requested by your representative. Trust their work!
Cross check all provided information with your representative before submission
Provide details of your entire life and not just the minimum requirement of 10 years by Immigration
Provide a supporting document of every activity
(1) A permanent resident or a foreign national is inadmissible for misrepresentation.
(a) for directly or indirectly misrepresenting or withholding material facts relating to a relevant matter that induces or could induce an error in the administration of this Act;
(b) for being or having been sponsored by a person who is determined to be inadmissible for misrepresentation;
(c) on a final determination to vacate a decision to allow their claim for refugee protection or application for protection; or
(d) on ceasing to be a citizen under
(i) paragraph 10(1)(a) of the Citizenship Act, as it read immediately before the coming into force of section 8 of the
Strengthening Canadian Citizenship Act, in the circumstances set out in subsection 10(2) of the Citizenship Act, as it read immediately before that coming into force,
(ii) subsection 10(1) of the Citizenship Act, in the circumstances set out in section 10.2 of that Act, or
(iii) subsection 10.1(3) of the Citizenship Act, in the circumstances set out in section 10.2 of that Act.