Family Sponsorship Appeal overview
The process of sponsoring your loved ones is delicate and very subjective with a lot of details to consider. It is highly advisable to navigate this process represented by a certified Immigration Consultant. Because of the nature of this program, things might not go the way you planned and your application may be refused.
If you are a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident whose applications to sponsor a close family member(s) to Canada have been refused by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), you can appeal that decision.
We, as Certified Immigration Consultants will help you file your application, represent you before Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada and make every effort in order for you to get the Permanent Resident Visa for your loved ones.
Please contact our office to find out if you are eligible to file an appeal.
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