The following are list of reasons previous applicants fail in their application for Canadian Permanent Residence. Make sure you are aware of these so that you can prevent from getting your Visa application denied.

1. Misleading and False Data in the Application Form

People who are desperate to come to Canada provide non-truthful information in their application such as fake IELTS report or work experience causing their application to be automatically denied. The worse thing that ca happen to people who do this is getting banned from applying for Canadian Permanent Residence.

2. Duties and responsibilities of the Job do not match those of the NOC code.

Visa officers verify your Job duties and responsibilities in the Employment Reference Letter. If you fail to prove that your Job Duties match the NOC Code Description, your application will be rejected. Check this link to learn more about Employment Reference Letter:

3. Financial Reasons

Some people may be qualified for Express Entry however they are not able to support themselves and their family members primarily because they do not have enough funds to prove they can settle in Canada.

4. Criminality

The government of Canada makes sure that people immigrating to Canada do not pose threat to the health and safety of the community and so if a Visa Officer confirms that you have a criminal record in the past, your application will automatically get denied and so you are inadmissible to Canada.

5. Police Clearance Certificate Issued before leaving the country.

If you need a police certificate from a country or territory and are currently living there or received the police certificate before leaving, the police certificate must be issued within six months before you apply. In addition, if you have lived there in the past, the police certificate must be issued after you last lived in that country or territory.

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6. Incomplete Information in the Employment Letter.

As much as possible, you need to explicitly define whether you have worked as Permanent, Full-Time or Non-season. Visa officers calculate your score based on these categories.

7. Not including the foreign-language document when submitting the translation.

If a supporting document is in a language other than English or French, the applicant must provide IRCC with a copy of the original document as well as a version translated by a certified translator.

8. Submitting expired or soon-to-be expired LMIA (Labor Market Impact Assessment).

If required, failure to provide proof of your LMIA can cause refusal of your PR Application.

9. Bank statements provided do not include the bank’s letterhead

Along with your application, you have to provide proof of settelement funds and one way to do this is to upload Bank Statements. Visa officers look for the authenticity of your documents and if they are not satisfied with your supporting documents, they may refuse your application. Learn more about Proof of funds here:

10. Failure to attach required or supporting documents

Everything that you declare in the application form must be supported by a document that proves the authenticity of your claim. Failure to do so could result in the application being refused. Learn more about the different documents for your profile over here:

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