Canada - Government Information/PR - refusal

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I entered Canada from Philippines under the Live-in Caregiver Program. After completing my 2 years of employment, I submitted my PR application. I received initial approval for PR along with an open work permit. Recently my PR application was refused because my adopted daughter (aged 10) did was not examined at the VISA office in Manila and, therefore, Vegeville Center can not determine if I meet PR requirements. My open work permit expires in May. Can I resubmit my PR application? Should I apply for humanitarian application? Can I apply for a Temporary Resident Permit?

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Hello Maria;

Thank you for your question.

The Live-in caregiver work permit is for a maximum of 4 years, and cannot be extended. Irrespective of the course that you follow, you must understand this.

In terms of your options, you may re-apply for permanent residence. However, the application is unlikely to go thru' the second time, if the underlying reasons remain unchanged, i.e. if your daughter is not/ cannot be examined.

You may also include H&C arguments with your PR application, or file a separate H&C application. H&C grounds must be proven though.

Hope this is helpful.

Should you wish to follow-up on this issue with us, you may approach our office at email@transcendconsultants.com or call on numbers below.

Thank you and Kind Regards

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I am a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC), practicing in Ontario for last 9 years. As a member in good standing of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) since its inception, I am committed to uphold the principles of integrity, knowledge and consumer protection. Our advice is based on sound legal provisions and practices, so that the client receives the best value for money. Our advice and assistance covers issues such as (a) permanent residence in Canada, (b) temporary residence (c) maintaining residency (d) reuniting family (e) Canadian citizenship (f) Immigration appeals, and more. We assist people from across the world in all Canadian Immigration matters (economic programs), including Federal Skilled Worker Program, Business Immigration, Work permits, Study permits, Family Class sponsorships, Appeals to the Immigration Appeals Division of IRB, etc. The intention of participating in this forum is to share my knowledge and views on Canadian immigration matters for general scenarios. The answers however, should not be considered as a legal advice, as that involves detailed information of various aspects of the immigrants' profile. People should contact me directly, should they wish to use to obtain a specific legal advice.

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Since 2002, I have been working in the field of Canadian Immigration consulting. Prior to going into own practice in late 2003, I worked for an Immigration Consulting organisation in Toronto. My practice covers various areas of economic and family class immigration into Canada. Like I say to my prospective clients, just as there are thousands of ways to find god, there are a no. (over 50) ways to gain immigration to Canada. The trick is to find out the most suitable one for each client. Nevertheless, there are some programs that are more popular. We advise clients on these as well as find innovative immigration solutions for others. I have been an active volunteer with the Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC), since its inception in 2005. After serving the Ontario Chapter for 5 years in Communications Committee, I joined the National Board in 2010. I served as the Director - Membership on the national Board of Directors of CAPIC for a year. I recently retired from the Board of Directors of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC), the regulatory body for Canadian Immigration Consultants, after serving for 1 year.

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Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC), Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC)

Education/Credentials
Immigration Practitioner Program (with High Honours) - 2003 - Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology, Toronto, Ontario, CANADA; MBA - 1992 - M.S.University of Baroda, Baroda (India

Awards and Honors
I have received various awards from the Immigration consultancy professional organizations, during my tenure.

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