If you received an answer with a refusal from the Canadian Embassy, the main thing is not to panic. The first thing to do is to read the letter, which is always attached to a denied visa. In this letter you will be able to understand what points of your situation did not satisfy the visa officer and why you were refused.
Let's look at the most often used points that a visa officer can mention:
These are the most often indicated points on which the Canadian Embassy refuses visas. If you are denied a visa, you need to fully understand the reason and after eliminating it, submit your documents again along with your letter to the visa officer. Each time you apply for a visa you must pay a consular fee of $100 CAN and a fee for biometric once every 10 years of $85 CAN.
If you have received a refusal and you think that you have submitted a complete and correct package of documents, it is possible to request a detailed reason for the refusal. This must be done on the website of the Government of Canada. This procedure takes 30-45 days and will cost additional fee to receive a document.
Our manager will contact you to discuss the details.