IRCC is Requesting More Information for My Immigration Application. Should I be Concerned?

Every person who applies for a Canadian immigration matter has a good chance of receiving a request for additional information at some point in their interaction with Canadian authorities. A request for additional information, also known as a Procedural Fairness Letter (“PFL”), is generally very time sensitive and is a serious matter that needs to be carefully considered when received. Failure to adequately respond to a PFL may result in the loss of what may be the only opportunity to address a problem with an application prior to the refusal of that application. Even the most carefully prepared application may still be subject to a PFL.

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