When an application comes in, we look at all the information that has been provided and then we compare that to our knowledge in terms of which applicants have remained in Canada previously. So you develop an expertise about a particular country, and you know that this type of applicant commonly makes a refugee claim.
I'll get back to parents visiting their children in Canada. Long prior to the super visa, we knew, historically, that when children in Canada don't have sufficient income to sponsor their parents legally through the family class program, the incidence of refugee claims for those people is very high.
Chances are pretty good that unless there are extenuating humanitarian and compassionate factors, if the kids don't have the income we're going to refuse.