Refusing Applicants Determined Not to Be Members of the Live-in Caregiver Class for Ineligible Applicants
For applicants determined not to be members of the live-in caregiver class, the Case Processing Centre in Vegreville, Alberta (CPC-V) would need to send these individuals a letter. These ineligible applicants would receive a letter informing them that the authorities have refused their applications. In addition, the letter would need to specify the basis on which the authorities have refused their applications. This is in accordance with the provisions specified in R113. Readers could view the sample letter given below.
The Sample Letter in Cases of Refusals
This refers to your application for permanent resident status in Canada.
[Insert applicable secondary paragraph(s) here (see inserts below)]
[Provide specifics of the situation which is leading to refusal and state whether it is the applicant or family members who are not meeting the requirement]
The client number shown in the upper right corner of this letter is your personal identification number. This number provides access to information on your file and, as such, for your own protection, you should not allow any other person to use this number. When sending correspondence to Citizenship and Immigration Canada, please be sure to include your personal identification number. Failure to include this number could result in the return of your correspondence unanswered.
If you require further assistance, please contact the CIC Call Centre (1-888-242-2100 or TTY at 1-888-576-8502) and be prepared to quote your client number and answer several questions to confirm your identity. General information and application kits may also be obtained through our website at http://www.cic.gc.ca.
Source: Citizenship and Immigration