I am a Pakistani national. I applied for Canadian visitor visa 10 days ago and received a rejection today. The reasons given were:
You have not satisfied me that you would leave Canada at the end of your stay as a temporary resident. In reaching this decision, I considered several factors, including:
- Travel History
- Family ties in Canada and country of residence
My travel history is very clean. I have travelled to the UK and Saudi Arabia several times over the past ten years and have never been refused a visa. I recently returned from the UK after completing my Masters and started working in Pakistan. I also have family ties in Canada. My sister and brother in law are permanent residents of Canada. Meeting my sister was the purpose of my visit. I have a stable job in Pakistan and a family business to run. I attached proof of my employment, family business, relationship with my sister, proof of her permanent residency with the application.
I am confused. I want to reapply but I am not sure if I can add any more documentation to support my case. I have a reason to come back, my travel history is clean, I have family in my country of residence and Canada.
Can anyone please advise me regarding this matter?