Below is the Sample for Visitor Visa Canada after Refusal


The Visa Officer

High Commission of Canada

Sub: Application in response to visitor visa refused on 25/06/2021

Dear Sir/Madam,

Please allow me to introduce myself as Amarjeet Singh, a citizen of India and a resident of the United Arab Emirates. I have been living in the UAE for seven years now and have been serving the Human Resource and Administration Department of National Life & General Insurance Company SAOG in the capacity of an Assistant Manager. In accordance with the labor laws of the UAE, all employees are entitled to one month of paid leave annually. I had saved my annual leave to this day and I am now looking forward to availing it by visiting my dear wife who is currently in Canada on a study visa. My wife, Jasmeet Kaur, is currently enrolled in a two-year MBA program at University Canada West, which is set for completion in 2023. She left for Canada in <month, year> and I miss her terribly. I want to visit her and spend some quality time with her. However, as I applied for a visitor visa, my application was refused on the following ground:

  • I am not satisfied that you will leave Canada at the end of your stay as a temporary resident, as stipulated in paragraph 179(b) of the IRPR, based on your family ties in Canada and in your country of residence.

I assure you that I am a genuine temporary entrant, wanting to go to Canada to visit my wife.

Being a Human Resource professional, I am responsible for a host of tasks such as recruitment and training, payroll management, policy development, grievance resolution, and resource management. At this time of the year, the period from mid-October to November is an ideal window for me to spend time with my wife; as after that, I will be engaged in winding up all the year-end activities and will be entitled to the next month-long leave only after April 2022. Therefore, this is the perfect opportunity for me to be with her. My current employer has approved my leave and will be expecting me to resume work from November 16 onwards. Therefore, I do not plan to stay beyond the authorized period, i.e. October 15 – November 14, 2021 and will be returning to UAE, my country of residence.

Family ties in Canada

In Canada, my wife is my only tie. I do not have any friends or relatives residing in Canada, and hence I will be staying with Jasmeet at her residence: <mention the address>. If given the chance to travel to Canada, I want to be with my wife and explore nearby attractions with her. Vancouver, British Columbia is a popular tourist spot and is known to house some of the most iconic places such as Stanley Park, Vancouver Aquarium, and VanDusen Botanical Garden. I plan to take a tour of this beautiful city and spend quality time with Meenakshi. Seeing her after a long time will be therapeutic for me as I have been missing her.

Incentives to return to the UAE

In the UAE, Jasmeet and I have been flourishing professionally. While Meenakshi has had six years’ worth of work experience in the hotel management industry, I have been working in the country for seven years and have been promoted four times throughout my trajectory at National Life & General Insurance Company SAOG. Both of us have been doing well on a professional front and have had stable jobs. Upon the completion of her MBA program, Jasmeet will be returning to the UAE and will be applying for jobs in our country of residence. Neither Jasmeet nor I have plans to settle in Canada as I will be returning on 15th November 2021 and my wife will be returning in 2023 soon after completing her graduate studies.

In the long run, we plan to settle permanently in India, our homeland. In India, we have immovable properties that need to be taken care of, and we also have strong ties to our family. My mother lives in India and though she comes to visit us in Dubai, she is on her own and also has emotional and medical needs. Since there is no one to take care of her, it is my responsibility to extend her the support that she needs. Therefore, we will be returning to India ultimately.

Financial status

As I put forth my request to visit Jasmeet in Canada, I assure you that I am financially sound and will be managing my own expenses while in Canada. I have more than sufficient funds to comfortably stay in Canada and will not be a burden on my wife. I have total funds amounting to CAD 40,901.26 in the form of savings. The proof of finances has been attached alongside this application for your kind perusal.

I hereby state that I am fully aware of the Canadian Rules for visitors and I assure you that I will abide by those during my stay in the country. Also, I am fully vaccinated against Covid-19 and have attached my vaccination certificate for your reference. I request you kindly process my application and allow me to travel to Canada.


Amarjeet Singh