A Permanent Resident Application Processed Successfully

We were recently contacted by a client who had applied for permanent residency in Canada and was refused. The client had applied for a permanent residency with his accompanying wife and child declared as dependents. Their application was refused on the charges of misrepresentation. The client had made a mistake while filling the form where he mistakenly stated that his wife was never ever refused a permanent residency status in Canada while the fact was that she once was refused. Resultantly, the immigration officer perceived this as false information and rejected the application for two years. We assisted our client in arguing in Court that the error was unintentional. Our Canada Immigration Lawyers also tried establishing that the wife’s refusal history is of no consequence in this case because she is only a dependent. Finally, the family got approval from the Court to apply for permanent residency.