How Important are Supporting Documents?

Avoid Refusal with the Right Documents

Not having the right supporting documents, or all the required documents that are asked for and support your application, is a major cause of refusal. For example, the documents for sponsored partner applications need to clearly demonstrate the inter-dependencies of the relationship in four main areas: Physical and emotional, social, legal and financial interconnectedness.

A business applicant may need to demonstrate expertise. You will need to prove that you made a profit in your business in your home country. You will need to provide accounting and tax reports. You may also need verifiable documents to prove where your net worth came from.

It takes expertise to ensure that your job references are acceptable, adhere to the right format and are correctly presented to satisfy the Immigration officer that you have the work experience that supports your application, and demonstrates that you are able to establish yourself economically in Canada.

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