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Reasons for Rejection

Madav

Full Member
Jan 21, 2021
30
4
Can we get rejected for applying as common law (EE FSW) from a country where common law is not recognized (lebanon)?
Our CRS is above 500 but we are a little worried that this might cause problems with our application later on.
Been living with my partner for years, we have both our names on rent and electricity bills to prove it but not much besides that. We do not have the same bank account but I can write a letter to give her access to all my funds if that helps.
We were wondering if we can include that we travelled together in the past years so we have matching stamps on our passports and photos in other countries or would that be too much?
Was wondering if anyone is/was in a similar situation and can help in this subject. Thanks! ( :
 

samirsam

Star Member
Sep 11, 2019
162
34
Hi guys, CEC applicant here
I got my refusal yesterday
"Your application was assessed based on the occupation(s) which you identified as part of your skilled
work experience in Canada: NOC 6211, Manager on Duty
I am not satisfied that you meet the skilled work experience requirement(s) because I am not satisfied that
you have the foreign work experienced claimed. I have read your explanation regarding the discrepancy
between stated activities in this application and from a previous application and from my assessment the
balance of probabilities strongly indicates that you have not fulfilled the amount of foreign work at the
stated NOC level as claimed. As such, you have insufficient points to pass this campaign."

Do you guys suggest I should remove my foreign work experience when I make a new profile? Is there a way I can mention the foreign work experience perhaps in letter of explanation or personal history just to be safe but no intent to claim points for it or do not mention it all?

Hi there,

What I understand from the officer is that he is not satisfied you have the skills for the manager due to your previous experience. An officer kind of saying your experience in Canada is fake. Is this a big company ? after how many months you received this?
 

abi2490

Full Member
May 1, 2019
24
8
Hello All,

For my CEC application, I only uploaded my ECA report and a few days later realized this mistake and sent my diploma through the webform. Would that be okay or will I get rejected for this mistake? Please help. Urgent
did you hear back from IRCC yet? - Any news? application moved to next stage I hope

I got an AOR on April 1 and just realized I only uploaded ECA from WES and Academic Transcript with a 'date of graduation"

Freaking out now
 

Young Amigo

Member
Dec 12, 2017
16
2
Officers in IRCC would find every reason to reject as many as possible without giving any chance to provide any missing or incorrect documentation, e.g. police certificate, university transcript, etc. All are classified as "incomplete"! That's why the rejection rate is so high[some 40%]. There is a lack of standardized procedures for officers to maintain uniform way of dealing with all these cases; individual officers seldom exercise discretion or flexibility in decision makings. Even if you request for re-consideration or re-opening of a rejected cases [incomplete], the IRCC officers would not consider at all but provide the usual officious answers that you have to re-submit through the normal channel of waiting to be invited in the next draws. Very bureaucratic and officious indeed.
 

abi2490

Full Member
May 1, 2019
24
8
Officers in IRCC would find every reason to reject as many as possible without giving any chance to provide any missing or incorrect documentation, e.g. police certificate, university transcript, etc. All are classified as "incomplete"! That's why the rejection rate is so high[some 40%]. There is a lack of standardized procedures for officers to maintain uniform way of dealing with all these cases; individual officers seldom exercise discretion or flexibility in decision makings. Even if you request for re-consideration or re-opening of a rejected cases [incomplete], the IRCC officers would not consider at all but provide the usual officious answers that you have to re-submit through the normal channel of waiting to be invited in the next draws. Very bureaucratic and officious indeed.

But they would definitely have to check the web form documents?! Right.

I really hope so!
 

Young Amigo

Member
Dec 12, 2017
16
2
Even you attempt to provide any missing or mandatory documents at a later stage via web form, they wouldn't consider but maintain the rejection decision.
 

Mike@2019

Hero Member
Oct 13, 2019
743
220
Are rejection decisions issued only after Officer's Review or Case Processing Agent could also issue one?
Only after the Officer's review.

However, if you don't pass R10 aka completeness check, which is done by the Program Assistant, your application would be rejected. This means it would not reach the Case Processing Agent.
 

Luqman Cesar

Newbie
Nov 16, 2017
3
0
Can anyone please suggest if this would result in a rejection:

1) I apply through OINP, showing one gift deed completely showing my settlement funds

2) Get nomination certificate successfully

3) Use/deduct huge amount given through the gift deed from my account for any random purpose

4) Create another gift deed and transfer that amount to my other bank account to show my settlement funds to IRCC

5) Submit application to IRCC

I mean one bank statement for OINP and another bank statement for IRCC. Would this work?
 
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Mike@2019

Hero Member
Oct 13, 2019
743
220
Can anyone please suggest if this would result in a rejection:

1) I apply through OINP, showing one gift deed completely showing my settlement funds

2) Get nomination certificate successfully

3) Use/deduct huge amount given through the gift deed from my account for any random purpose

4) Create another gift deed and transfer that amount to my other bank account to show my settlement funds to IRCC

5) Submit application to IRCC

I mean one bank statement for OINP and another bank statement for IRCC. Would this work?
This will not lead to refusal.
Documents submitted to IRCC are evaluated on their own merits.
 

Aatika_m

Star Member
Dec 3, 2019
62
10
hi
i have been an active member of this forum and needed your help. i am actually seeking advice for my friend who got her ita(inland applicant) in april 2021 under cec. she has her work experience from april 2018 until april 2019. now when she is submitting her application it says criteria not met because her work experience doesn't fall in last 3 years criteria. her agent is saying that the application will get rejected but i read on the ircc website about the exception mentioned under section 11.2(2) (link attached below
https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/i-2.5/section-11.2.htm

can you please help me understand it and if there is anything we can do for the same. it would be really helpful as it's her last chance to get her PR.

waiting for your response
 

Shubham6120

Hero Member
Jul 30, 2020
277
72
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Gujarat
Category........
FSW
NOC Code......
2123
App. Filed.......
01/01/2020
Doc's Request.
18/02/2021
AOR Received.
01/02/2021
IELTS Request
18/07/2019
Med's Request
18/02/2021
Med's Done....
18/02/2021
Can we get rejection if non mandatory documents are send translated without the original document? Or is it compulsory to send original document with translated documents?
 

rajkamalmohanram

VIP Member
Apr 29, 2015
13,209
3,710
Can we get rejection if non mandatory documents are send translated without the original document? Or is it compulsory to send original document with translated documents?
You should always send both the original and the notarized translation. Not submitting the original document will likely lead to a rejection (or return) of your application.
 
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Aatika_m

Star Member
Dec 3, 2019
62
10
hi
i have been an active member of this forum and needed your help. i am actually seeking advice for my friend who got her ita(inland applicant) in april 2021 under cec. she has her work experience from april 2018 until april 2019. now when she is submitting her application it says criteria not met because her work experience doesn't fall in last 3 years criteria. her agent is saying that the application will get rejected but i read on the ircc website about the exception mentioned under section 11.2(2) (link attached below
https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/i-2.5/section-11.2.htm

can you please help me understand it and if there is anything we can do for the same. it would be really helpful as it's her last chance to get her PR.

waiting for your response
Can anyone help me with this ?