- Sep 21, 2015
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Applications are not evaluated based on the purpose of travel. It is the totality of evidence that you submit that is taken into consideration. Also, you can't make things up just because they look strong.Hi @legalfalcon,
Propose of travel for mom to be like helping me to settle down in Canada means she ll be an emotional and mental support in early Canada days for me which can be hard. For instance, finalizing accommodation, buying home decor, looking for a job, etc.
So do you think this purpose of travel is strong enough? Or second option is she can tell that she just want to visit Canada with me for visiting beautiful places as a tourist. So do you think the former purpose is stronger or rather the later one? Thanks
The law is very clear:
You have an obligation to be truthful. Section 16(1) of the IRPA states:
- 16 (1) A person who makes an application must answer truthfully all questions put to them for the purpose of the examination and must produce a visa and all relevant evidence and documents that the officer reasonably requires.
See Tuiran v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), 2018 FC 324 (CanLII), <http://canlii.ca/t/hr59k>
Alalami v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), 2018 FC 328 (CanLII), <http://canlii.ca/t/hr6r1>