Spouse visitor visa rejected while i am international student in canada


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rajcanada   
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Location: Kitchener, ON

Post ID: #PID Posted on: 04-09-14 11:25:49

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Originally posted by tamilkuravan

RajCanada:
Are you sure that there are tons of Indian students at Conestoga?
When I studied there in 2009, just found a handful.
May be the 2014 situation is different.

Kindly advise and update .

Murali Krishna



There are TONS of full-time students from India at Conestoga College, Doon Campus, Kitchener. I am indeed talking about 2014 and not 2009.


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Full House   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 05-09-14 00:24:01

Quote:
Originally posted by sushmitha krishna

Hello

I am Sushmitha woking as Business Development Executive in my home Country.My husband is a full time international student in Conestoga collage, kitchener, Canada.
I have applied for Open Work permit visa and got rejected and the rejection reasons were
1.your family ties in Canada
2.purpose of visit
3.Personal assets and financial status

I just wanted to know can you help me in this to re-apply for the Visa.Can any one suggest best consultancy through which I can Re-apply

I am missing him so much and I want to live with him :(

Thank You
sushmitha krishna



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It is my opinion that the Visa Officer is doubtful if you will return back to India, if your Husband applies for PR at the end of his studies. Which means if you enter now as a spouse on work visa, your return back to India seems bleak. So, as you have been given the ideas to follow by others, I also second it and avail all of the avenues available to you to make it more successful.

1) You must provide a Marriage Certificate between the two of you with a picture of you two together to define you two as a couple. That is a must. You can also include a copy of the invitation that you both generated prior to your wedding to supplement the same.

A copy of your Husbands TRV (Temporary Resident Visa for his student visa application, if available through your Husband and an attestation by the MP, or the MPP from the Canadian end will also help you and an e-mail from either one to the CHC in India will go a long way.

2) Be of company and a companion to your husband and if opportunity presents be a helper in financing your husband's studies and get to know first hand the working conditions here in Canada and enjoy the Canadian Hospitality and obtain Canadian Experience, in determining to apply for PR and becoming a Canadian Citizen at a later date.

3) There are a few ways to show personal wealth. One such method is opening up a Joint account together with some one who has a large amounts in their bank account. Some may be reluctant to do that. To overcome the same, you can open one, where in there will be TWO signatures will be required to withdraw any monies out of that account. Also they can state that the account closes and the monies will revert to the FIRST signatory and there will be no claims to the monies by the SECOND signatory, if the First signatory expires prematurely.

There may be many other means by which it could be generated. Another one is by interest bearing securities in a joint account with you, and since you will be away for the substantial part of its maturity, the depositor can use your income tax deductions to his advantage and defer the gains made in your deposit account, if you have no income during that year. You both win, in this instance.

Hope this helps.

Good Luck.

FH.



sushmitha krishna   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 05-09-14 12:05:44

Thank you all for the Ideas and suggestions. :)

1.I have showed marriage certificate,photographs and communication proofs.

2.Regarding the financials I showed 12,000CAD in my Fathers account(as supporting me financially) and 8000CAD in my Husband's account.May be that as the reason for my rejection.

This time am ready to show 6000CAD in my savings account and 8000CAD in my fixed deposites and 8000CAD in my Husband's account.

Can anyone suggest me joint account is better or the fixed deposit.

Kindly advise

Thank you



Full House   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 05-09-14 17:50:28

Quote:
Originally posted by sushmitha krishna

Thank you all for the Ideas and suggestions. :)

1.I have showed marriage certificate,photographs and communication proofs.

2.Regarding the financials I showed 12,000CAD in my Fathers account(as supporting me financially) and 8000CAD in my Husband's account.May be that as the reason for my rejection.

This time am ready to show 6000CAD in my savings account and 8000CAD in my fixed deposites and 8000CAD in my Husband's account.

Can anyone suggest me joint account is better or the fixed deposit.

Kindly advise

Thank you



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There are specific reasons we open and hold specific accounts.

Opening an account in any bank is to deposit some free funds into that bank and hold it till you need it and utilize their services. One such service is being able to pay with the cheques that they provide. One other is being able to pay some one with a certified cheque or by a Demand Draft. Other services are paying your salary by your current employer, directly, to your bank each and every month.

Banks have other services and one other service that I am describing here is the FIXED DEPOSIT. When you have funds coming into the Bank every month and you see the balance in the account increasing upwards every month and stays accumulated with little or no interest being paid to you by that bank, you look for better banks or for a FIXED Deposit for a specific term (period) say one year, and get better returns at the end of the year.

In Canada Banks pay negligible interest to depositors. In India they are a lot better off than we are, because the system is set up to pay better. The main reason being the inflation that exists there in India.

Now to your question which is " joint account is better or the fixed deposit."
When you have a Joint account with some one, you both can operate that account, which means that you both can deposit and also withdraw from the same account. If a husband and wife work and get salaries, they each can have an account of their own and decide how they split the expenses. So you now know what it means to have a joint account and an individual account.

Where as the FIXED Deposit is a service provided by the bank and if the monies in your individual account grows and you would like to get better interest from the bank and you are not going to use that amount, then you should go for the Fixed Deposit.

It is always nice to designate your spouse as a beneficiary or provide to him/her a Power of Attorney to handle in exigencies.

All of this is HIGH FINANCE and it will take some time to get the hang of it. So, take your time and sit down with the Bank Manager or your Personal friend at that bank and grill him to get all of the features plus the subject that we are discussing. It will be nice to take a print out of this thread when you approach him, so that he can explain better to the topic in hand.

Good Luck.


FH.



sushmitha krishna   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 06-09-14 01:46:00

Sure will do that. :)

Our other concern is my Husband has asked for reference letter from MP.They replied saying that they can only refer for visitor visa and not for Open work permit visa.

My first application was Open work permit visa which got rejected.Now we are in dilemma which visa to apply either Open work permit or visit visa

Kindly advise



Full House   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 07-09-14 10:12:47


They are not obligated to issue to you a work permit prior to your departure. As it is easy to obtain a Work Permit, you avail their services (MP-MPP's) and see if they will get you in on a Visitor's Visa here into Canada, that will be great. The rest could be worked from within, after your arrival. So, jump on their offer and explore it afterwards.

You apply for a Visitor's Visa to enter and stay here in Canada. Upon arrival you can go down to the Dixie and Burnhamthorpe Road, Immigrant's Help center and meet with Mr. P. Kalra. Please see the details below.

YES. They will help you. Please drop in and visit them. Carry your Passport and other relevant papers. They do this service for free.

Contact Mr.P.Kalra at the Immigrant Help Center at Burnhamthorpe Road EAST, in Mississauga. ONT.

Praveen Kalra
Settlement Worker
Dixie Bloor Neighbourhood Centre
315-1420 Burnhamthorpe Rd. East
Mississauga, ON. L4X 2Z9
Phone: 905-629-1873 Extn. 244


WELCOME to Canada.

FH.



sushmitha krishna   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 08-09-14 01:07:10

Sure.Thank you very much for the suggestions Full House :)





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