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What if my canada PR application gets rejected?

What if my canada PR application gets rejected?

What if my PR application gets rejected?

Don’t be disheartened if your PR is rejected. Humble Immigration is here to help you out and solve all your doubts and queries. Where there is a will there is a way. It is well said that “if you can dream it, you can achieve it.

If your PR application is rejected, you can only apply again if that is clearly mentioned that you can again apply. If that is clearly written that you can’t, then it’s not possible to apply again. To apply again, you have 2 good options to consider that we will discuss with you here today. So, give all your worries to us. Our expert advisors and counselors will definitely get you out of this and you will surely be then sitting in Canada, enjoying your pancakes with Maple Syrup on the top of it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream with a cherry on the top!

So, now let’s discuss the 2 options. Firstly you can appeal again against the rejection of your PR application if the reasons for rejection are now no longer valid or applicable. Or secondly, you can if you don’t want to rush up with the things, you can wait for 6 month cool down period and then apply again fresh. Both these options will surely give you a second and a new chance to succeed in your application for PR. If you are confused that which option is best for you, then read on and find out which option is the best for you and best suited to you.

Appealing to the Federal Court of Canada or IAD

After your PR Application gets rejected, you can make an appeal to the Federal Court of Canada or to the Immigration Adjudication Division (IAD). You have some time limit within which you can consider appealing to the Federal Court once you get your refusal letter or appealing to IAD (Immigration Adjudication Division) from the date of refusal by Immigration refugees Citizenship Canada (IRCC)

Which option to consider between Appealing for your Rejection and Reapplying?

Not able to decide which option to consider? Don’t worry, relax and read on. If you need to decide between Appealing for your Rejection and Reapplying, you have 2 factors to take into consideration. So first, the difference between the two is that an appeal can only be submitted within 15 days after your refusal, the date that is mentioned in your rejection letter. On the other hand, you can reapply only when the 6 months cool down period is passed in the next window. The second thing you need to understand is that the purpose behind each of the options is different and they are to be used in different situations.

Who are eligible to appeal for their PR Rejection?

Considering if you can appeal or not? Read on and find out if you are eligible or not.

Two categories of applicants are eligible for appearing in the court. The first category includes the applicants whose situations and circumstances were changed after they submitted their application like they completed their higher studies. The second category includes the applicants who failed to take account of their important contributions at the time of the original application. And if you failed to include such important contributions and accomplishments, then in your appeal you can raise all of these positive points.

What We Recommend

Before deciding on any of the above 2 options, first consider the reasons why exactly your application was rejected. The reasons will be clearly mentioned in your PR Refusal letter. Then, we strongly recommend you to take a look into these and then consider your current situation and find out if it merits an appeal or a new application after 6 months. If you want to apply afresh after 6 months in the next window, then make use of these 6 months carefully as these are intended to give you sufficient time to prepare for your next application.

So, we hope you got an overview on the options that you can consider if your PR gets rejected. In the next article, we will be looking through the detailed reasons for the rejection of your PR application. So, stay tuned.

You can also apply for caips notes/ GCMS notes Canada to know the actual reason of your refusal, so that you will not repeat the same mistake again in the future. Remember only ICCRC verified PR consultant can apply caips notes on your behalf.

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