Immigration rules constantly change, so it is important that your case be presented in a professional manner according to the most up-to-date amendments and changes to the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act.
If an application does not follow the rules about what to include, when to submit, and how, you may risk having your application denied despite your best efforts and eligibility.
If, however, all portions of the application are properly completed and the submission is supported with the required documents and accompanied by a compelling submission, these precautions will provide your application with a more favourable result, expedite the process, and minimize undue costs and delays.
The onus is on the client to prove the merit of his/her case. The immigration officer and the admin staff will look for ways to turn down an application, and it is of utmost importance that an application is prepared in a convincing manner to cover everything that could render a positive outcome.