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Have you ever been refused a visa or permit, denied entry or ordered to leave Canada or any other country ?

Ahmad.ismailo

Newbie
Mar 7, 2021
1
0
Hello,
I am applying for a student visa and in this section i am concerned about my situation. My ex wife won the green card lottery and she is syrian and she was refused because of the travel ban on syrians and she was the main applicant , i was as a spouse applicant with her. Should i mention that i was refused for a US immigration visa ?
 

rongrong74

Newbie
Apr 26, 2021
7
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Hello,
I am applying for a student visa and in this section i am concerned about my situation. My ex wife won the green card lottery and she is syrian and she was refused because of the travel ban on syrians and she was the main applicant , i was as a spouse applicant with her. Should i mention that i was refused for a US immigration visa ?
hi, I have the similar case as you. May I know which one you choose for this question? YES or no? and do you get any result?
 

rongrong74

Newbie
Apr 26, 2021
7
0
Submit a webform to IRCC explaining that you were unsure whether to select yes or no and explain what happened and in what year and what country.
Hi,May I have another question. Due to
Submit a webform to IRCC explaining that you were unsure whether to select yes or no and explain what happened and in what year and what country.
Hi, May I have a question :
  • Since I have overstayed in the USA for 3 months, how do you think it will affect the Canada study permit?
  • There is no question about overstaying in other countries in the study permit, if the visa officer has questions about this, will he/she ask me for additional information? or will I be denied ?
  • Can I re-apply if I am rejected? But do you think is there any hope for me to re-apply if I overstayed in USA?
 

canuck78

VIP Member
Jun 18, 2017
36,808
8,512
Hi,May I have another question. Due to

Hi, May I have a question :
  • Since I have overstayed in the USA for 3 months, how do you think it will affect the Canada study permit?
  • There is no question about overstaying in other countries in the study permit, if the visa officer has questions about this, will he/she ask me for additional information? or will I be denied ?
  • Can I re-apply if I am rejected? But do you think is there any hope for me to re-apply if I overstayed in USA?
You should be upfront about the fact that you overstayed. Yes it can certainly be a problem. If you didn’t follow the US immigration rules there will be concerns you will not follow the rules in Canada. All you can do is apply and hope for the best. If you are applying for a masters or a PhD at a reputable school that may also help.
 

rongrong74

Newbie
Apr 26, 2021
7
0
You should be upfront about the fact that you overstayed. Yes it can certainly be a problem. If you didn’t follow the US immigration rules there will be concerns you will not follow the rules in Canada. All you can do is apply and hope for the best. If you are applying for a masters or a PhD at a reputable school that may also help.
Thank you!