In case if IRCC refuses your Canada Study permit application, then you have two choices:
Below are the ways in which you can address the 5 most common issues for refusal of Canada Study Permit:
Issue with Show Money
You should thoroughly examine the financial documents submitted with your application if IRCC refuses your application questioning your ability to support yourself financially. You only need to show the Government of Canada that if you need, the funds are available to you. You need not spend the funds in show money, as quoted by the Canadim.
Issue with Intent
Normally only a personal statement can address this issue. You will have to again work on your statement to address the issue directly if the visa officer is not convinced with your narrative. You must also be aware of ‘Dual Intent’. The applicants who have a dual intent intend to stay permanently in Canada while their intention could be to arrive in Canada provisionally as students or workers.
Issue with Choice of Program
You must clearly elaborate the program that you intend to study in your personal statement if the choice appears to be odd in the context of your past work experience and education. The notes of the visa officer can really help in this instance. Your motive for the choice of the program must be clearly communicated to the visa officer so that they can appreciate your choice.
Issue with Acceptance Letter
The school documents that you have submitted for the Canada Study permit application must be reviewed. It should be ensured that all documents are legible and clear. You must also submit additional supporting documents that are possible to submit. You must also check to ensure that the school that has accepted you is included in the designated learning institutions list.
Issue with Identity or Travel documents
Review the identity documents in your application to ensure that they are legible and clear. Identify problematic time periods from the notes of the visa officer and by reviewing the travel documents if there are blank spaces in your travel history according to the visa officer. Make sure you include additional evidence supporting these periods when you re-apply.
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