This thread started in 2010 using the old Schedule 1, not the current Schedule A.vic.aj said:I can categorically confirm that 'refused entry' means occasions when you were refused entry at the border. It has nothing to do with refused visas.... There are other questions on the forms that deal with that...
They have to answer 'yes': they were refused a visa to the US. There is a space to write an explanation.ALM123 said:My parents were refused USA Visa and the officer said that you do not qualify for it because you might not come back,. Now they want to apply for the multiple visa for Canada. What should I write on the question
"Have you been refused any kind of visa, admission or been ordered to leave Canada or any other country."
They were just refused US Visa that is it. But what has it to do with Canada.
What do you guys think my parents should write on their application.
My mother, sister and brother applied last year for single entry they got the visa
Hi,Raniafekry said:Can some one advice , how to answer this question in Schedule A ,Question 6,
I was denied a visitor visa to Canada on 2013 ,and now I am applying for permanent resident under PNP ,
d) been refused refugee status, an immigrant or permanent resident visa (including a Certificat de sélection du Québec (CSQ) or application to the Provincial Nominee Program) or visitor or temporary resident visa, to Canada or any other country?
Should I answer yes or no , does answering yes , will deny my permanent resident application.
No as you answered yes on the other question. They way I understand this question is a refusal at the border rather than applying and being refused a TRV.ipoo said:Hi there,
Background / Declaration
IMM 5669 (12-2012) E
On question 6
section d ) been refused refugee status, an immigrant or permanent resident visa (including a Certificate de selection du Quebec(CSQ) or application to the Provincial Nominee Program) or visitor or temporary resident visa, to Canada or any other country?
- I have answered Yes, because my wife was denied TRV in 2014, wrote an explanation and attach the original letter of refusal by Canadian High Commission
but on section e) been refused admission to, or ordered to leave, Canada or any other Country
- I have answered No
my question is will this "No" to the e section will hurt my sponsorship application?
Well said RJ!rjessome said:Ok, I am actually studying immigration law and asked my instructors this question during class today. My instructors are Immigration Lawyers and Certified Immigration Consultants, a few of whom are former Visa Officers.
Here is their answer:
A refusal of an application for any type of visa to Canada DOES constitute a denial of entry to Canada. A refusal of entry at a Port of Entry to Canada ALSO constitutes a denial of entry to Canada. So if you have been denied a visa application (any type) or been denied entry at the border, you answer YES to this question on the Background Declaration form.
WARNING: If you answer NO to this question because you have been denied a visa application but have never been denied at the Port of Entry (because you COULDN'T get there in the first place), the Visa Officer reviewing your new application for PR (or any type), will see through the CAIPS or FOSS notes that you had in fact applied before, been refused, gave a FALSE answer on the Background Declaration, and are therefore guilty of misrepresentation and you will be automatically barred from Canada for two years.
- previously sought refugee status in Canada or applied for a Canadian immigrant or permanent residence visa or visitor or temporary resident visa?Suin said:so why they put three separate questions then? why not to mention everything in a one?
on the question 9 Schedule 1 Background Declaration they say:
Have you, or, if you are the principal applicant, any of your family members listed in your application for permanent residence in Canada, ever:
- previously sought refugee status in Canada or applied for a Canadian immigrant or permanent residence visa or visitor or temporary resident visa?
- been refused refugee status in, or an immigrant or permanent resident visa or visitor or temporary resident visa to, Canada....?
- been refused admission to, or ordered to leave, Canada or any other country?
how can your consultants explain that?
Thedude!!! The answer is yes to your question and dont make a mistake of stating NO!!!thedude said:Hi. On the backround/delcaration form it asks have you 'been refused admission to, or ordered t leave Canada, or any country?' Is failing to get a tourist visa considered as being refused admission?