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How to Avoid Rejection of Study Permit in Canada

How to Avoid Rejection of Study Permit in Canada

Study Permit Approval CanadaThe prospective international student, who wishes to gain a qualification in Canada to study, must apply first for a study permit from the Canadian embassy. The context of the information may differ from each of the immigration office where you may submit your application but rejection of your application could have been avoided if you know the top reasons as to why the case officer may refuse/reject your application. They would basically outline the grounds pursuant to the IRPA act, but to understand the rejection for the issues as to avoid the refusal of your study permit in Canada such as:

  1. When there is no enough funds available or financial resources to cover the entire duration of study in Canada, though student may work part-time but they would ensure that without working part-time in Canada, the student would still maintain to cope up paying his/her tuition, accommodation, transportation cost or any incurring expenses during the duration of studies in Canada without the recourse to take up part-time employment. When the student uses sponsor/s, the income must be legit and sustainable
  2. If there are accompanying spouse/partner or children but the funds are not enough to support them while attending the proposed program of study course in Canada without engaging to any work
  3. When using the sponsor/s and  during the assessment it fails to establish and guarantee the support and claim of the student Or if the sponsors have not provided enough documents that will make the application strong on the basis of sponsoring the student
  4. If the case officer is not satisfied that there’s no strong ties to return from your country of resident, this could be your family ties  both from your country of origin and in Canada, your employment prospects or status, your financial status or any personal assets and travel history
  5. The applicant for study permit has provided misleading information, fraudulent documents and inconsistencies of the information on which may result to the entire integrity of the application for the purpose sought in Canada to study
  6. When the case officer requested additional information such as, requiring the student to take medical examination and the student failed to comply in a reasonable time mandated or scheduled by the case officer
  7. The applicant is not a bonafide student and unable to demonstrate that he/she is fully established in his/her country of resident
  8. When the applicant has not clearly states on his/her study plan that motivates him to take the propose course program and how it would help his career in the future plans, or if the course odds  reasonably to his existing  qualification and experience
  9. Issues regarding medical examination and unable to meet the medical health requirement and issues regarding  criminal history of the applicant regarded as inadmissible to Canada
  10. A big gap on your education and employment
  11. If there’s a previous visa refusal from other country which Canada have an exchange of immigration information and that the applicant fails to disclose it or conceals it before and after the submission of the study permit application

In the event that you pose even 1 in the list above, expect that you’re application may be at the “red flag” to decline by the case officer, and it entails in the letter which of which are the grounds they considered and found not satisfied in coming up with the decision- one may consider to reapply and try to analyze, the points were raised on your application that led for rejection. Understanding and finding the information or additional substantial documents in the context of the rejection may increase or strengthen your application should you consider to submit another one, noting that there’s a possibility where in your application will be received by another case officer on which may have a different view, discretion or judgment on your application/documents being submitted.  Visa Online Assistance has helped clients from the Philippines, Srilanka, Singapore, Egypt, South Africa  Uganda, India and Pakistan to name a few,  in reapplying and obtaining an approval of their refused application.Contact Visa Online Assistance to help you out on your application and send us an e-mail info@visaonlineassistance.com