Canada Study Permit Refusal and Re-submission
Studying in Canada is a dream come true for many international students. When you receive a letter of acceptance from a Canadian school, it might seem like the hard part is over.
However, the truth is that it can be a lot harder to get a Canadian study permit than it seems.
According to information from IRCC, about 30 percent of all study permit applications are refused. Since studying in Canada is so popular, that’s tens of thousands of prospective students who have been accepted to a Canadian school, but whose study permit applications are refused.
These are the main reasons of refusals.
- Financial situation
- IRCC is not sure that you will leave Canada
- Choice of the study program
- Letter of acceptance
- Travel documents
- Travel history
- Family ties
- Employment prospects
Study Permit Eligibility Criteria
- Language Proficiency: For English – IELTS (Academic) / CELPIP, For French – TEF / TCFm
- Proof of financial support
- Minimum Education: Grade 12, Bachelor’s degree, Travel history, Diploma, Postgraduate
What Can I Do If My Study Permit Application Is Refused?
If your study permit application is refused by IRCC, there are two courses of action you can take:
1. Appeal the refusal, or.
2. Address the reason(s) it was refused in a new application.
To be successful either way, you first need to understand why your application was refused. Usually, the main reason for refusal will be listed in the refusal letter you receive.
You can also request access to the notes the visa officer reviewing your file made, to get a better idea of how to address the concerns brought up.
North Vista Student Counselor
The North Vista Student counselor arrange your admission and the most important thing resubmit your study permit file. North Vista student counselor also gives you advice on what to do if Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada refuses your study permit application.