Canadian visa refusal, reason for denial of entry: Misrepresentation

캐나다 비자 거절, 입국 거절 사유 : 허위진술 Misrepresentation

Canadian visa refusal, reason for denial of entry: Misrepresentation

Recently, the news that thousands of North Korean defectors who settled in Canada with Canadian refugee status are mostly being deported from Canada and that rallies are being held in Canada appealing for mercy to them is becoming a hot topic in the Canadian community.
There are Koreans and Canadian politicians who have sympathy for the reality that North Korean defector families who have already settled in Canada have to relocate to a new place, but the Canadian government and public opinion are reacting coldly.
The reason is that they have already settled in South Korea, enjoyed the benefits given to North Korean defectors and the rights of Koreans, and immigrated to Canada, but they falsely filled out their refugee application form as if they went straight to Canada after going through hardships in China.

If they revealed that they had already obtained Korean citizenship, no one would have been able to get refugee status recognized, so it is the conclusion of the Canadian Immigration Department that the Canadian refugee accommodation Tio, which will go to really needed refugees such as Syrian refugees, was unfairly encroached.
Misrepresentation is an item that can never be compromised in the system of Canadian immigration law, that is, an item that can be deprived of a visa or permanent residency and deported later if discovered.
This includes both false oral statements upon entry, false entries in visa applications, and submission of forged or fake documents. This applies not only to permanent residency, but also to short-term visa applications such as work, study, and extension of visit period.

Not only serious mistakes, such as the case of North Korean defectors' fake refugee application above, but also matters that may be trivial or difficult to remember can be considered false statements.
Concealment of criminal records, including drunk driving, failure to disclose past entry refusal or visa refusal, applying for a visa that does not fit the purpose of entry, or dishonestly stating the purpose of entry, not disclosing that other visa applications are being submitted. If not, all cases are misrepresentation.

Even if it is not a problem right away, misrepresentation is a misrepresentation that puts you in a situation that is difficult to recover from if contradicting evidence or contradictory statements are found later.
Those who wish to study, work, or immigrate to Canada must know that the staff at the Canadian Visa Office, airports, and immigration offices are basically functioning as national police to protect Canada's immigration laws and are highly trained for this purpose. Remember, therefore, when applying for a Canadian visa, you must provide raw information and submit reasonable documentation upon entry.



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