I previously got my visa rejected. Should I disclose this in my new visa interview or not?

Asked by Sheroy Rodrigues over 1 year ago

Answers 1
Divyakshi  Gupta

Divyakshi Gupta

Study Abroad Expert

Yes, you should never hide anything or lie in your visa interview. And there’s a 99% chance that your visa interviewee would already know that you have a previous rejected visa as well, so it’s better to be upfront about it.
I understand how discouraging it must have been for you to get your visa refused. There are a lot of things that contribute towards a successful visa. So to get your visa approved this time, you need to make sure that you have all the documents as well as there is no discrepancy whatsoever. 

The documents required for a Canadian Student Visa are:

Your Passport

2. Appropriate Canada VISA application form

3. Proof of paid Canada visa fees

4. Proof of clean criminal record

5. Proof of being in good health through a med exam

6. Photographs in accordance with the photo requirements for Canada VISA

7. Proof of financial means

8. Proof you will return to your home country once the Canadian visa expires

9. Identity and Civil Status Documents

10. A cover letter that explains the purpose of your travel to Canada

11. Letter of invitation to Canada


If you still need any assistance for your Visa application, I suggest you directly get in touch with Experts here. They have been helping students for the visa application process for FREE from a long time now. I'm sure it would be of great help to you as well. 



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