Thanks TRUONGAN for sharing it. This is completely different than what I wrote in my "Invitation Letter". Mine looks like a letter to my mother saying how I owe to her and miss her dearly with all emotional attachment I could think of. I also made a letter with a heading "Declaration of Support" which, by the way, matches with the one you wrote here.
You said before that you had some writing full of emotions and feelings. Which one contains these?
You also made a 'cover letter' for all your docs I suppose. How many "letters" have you made in total?
LOL I had two only, I am not a poet - this formal one and the other emotional one. None of them was addressed to my mom. They both were meant to be read by VO. I told my mom not to read b/c that would make her confused, and not let anyone read it, just submit the letters along with the forms and VO will read. The emotional one I told VO why I want to bring my mom here. I think the emotional letter did help a lot in her success. And emotion can't be the same. my experience is different from yours.
- You should emphasize on the nice sceneries at your place and you will definitely take her there.
- Show your appreciation towards government for the Super Visa
- Elaborate on the last 2 rejections (don't be afraid to go upfront on this), go straight into the reason of refusal and admit the ties were not strong enough back then (don't blame their colleagues). Tell them the insurance coverage will make sure she will be burnden-free to Canada.
These are my suggestions only, you do it the way you feel best. If you prepare the documents right, your mom should have 99% chance of visa this time, especially when sponsors are good citizens working as professionals and pay good taxes in Canada. Seeing that you obtained PR as a skilled worker, they will reward your mom a chance to witness your successes here.
In my view, Canada in general and CIC prefer immigrants with skilled worker background over those with refugee or family dependant background so they likely make favourable decisions in your mom case.