Is residential lease?
No. When evaluating a visa applicant, visa officers have to make a global assessment of what an individual would be giving up in their home country versus what they could gain by remaining (even illegally) in Canada. Is the applicant gainfully employed, and does it appear the persons job has a future? Do they have any evidence the vacation theyre taking from their job is approved leave, and what date are they expected back? What is the family structure? Is the applicant married or single? If married, does the spouse know about the visa application, or could this be a do-it-yourself divorce? Is a vacation in Canada a credible prospect for the applicant - how much of their annual income are they spending on a holiday? This is not a complete list; each application is assessed individually, and different factors may be considered in each case.