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How to Avoid Your Study Permit Being Refused or Denied

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Have you applied for study permit before in the past and your application has been rejected or you want to apply and you’re scared of being rejected? We will be telling you the five prominent and common mistake people make that result in the rejection of their study visas. These are mistake people make that without it in most cases, their visas would have been approved.

1. Family ties to back home

This is one of the prominent reasons why a lot of people’s study visas get
rejected. One in every two or three pplicants get rejected on this basis alone. So that simply means that the visa officer that is looking at your file does not feel you have sufficient ties back home.

That means that when you’re done with your study, the chances of you going back home is slim. Because of that, the visa officer could actually reject your visa. Don’t forget that when you’re applying to go study in canada you’re trying to tell the visa officer that when you’re done studying irrespective of the fact that you still have to work after your study.

You want to convince the visa officer that you want to go back home. So if you cannot prove that, then whoever is looking at your file will have no other reason than to reject your study visa application.

To remedy that, try as much as possible to prove that you have strong family ties with your family back home. You need to show the reasons why you would want to go back home. Examples include your family back home, your job back home, what kind of job do you do, a reference letter from your employer that shows that you have a good job and you’ll be going back to it.

If you have a company back home, you need a memorandum of understanding from your company, your certificate of registration etc. Things like this shows that you will go back home and you need to include them in your application. You need to write it in the letter of purpose or letter of intent.

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2. Insufficient approval fund

This cannot be overemphasized. A lot of people ask how much is enough. That question is relative and varies from person to person. The bottom line is that you need to be able to show sufficient proof of fund in your bank account before you can apply to go and study in Canada.

Hypothetically, your tuition fee is like 15,000 Canadian dollars. If you have the financial capability either yourself or a sponsor, you can pay the 15,000 CAD, get the tuition free receipt and upload it when you are applying for the study visa. In addition to that, you need to show a minimum of 10,000 CAD. That is what is expected of you for your one year living expenses as an international student.

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The 10,000 CAD is not something that you just put in your bank account before you print your bank statement, you need to be able to show consistency in your bank statement for the last six months. You need to show transaction of money because the immigration officer is looking at your file you to see that consistency.

They need to see the transactions in your bank account, how the money flow in and out. They don’t want to see something that was arranged. Take for instance you just put in a huge sum of sum of money all of a sudden and you printed the bank statement, that’s fishy. In some instances, that gives a red flag for rejection of your application.

Bottom line is try as much as possible to mske sure you have a sufficient balance. This process is not something you want to rush. So many people are usually in a rush. They can’t even wait for that six months to build the bank statement, they just want to print the bank statement as soon as possible.

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3. Wrong program

Wrong choice of program is one of the prominent reasons why study visas are being rejected. When we say a wrong program, we mean people are so much in rush to pick any program to come and study in canada. They do not do any due diligence to see what program they are coming to study in Canada.

You need to be able to show previous antecedent that relates to that program. Take for instance you studied economics at your undergraduate level and you want to go into canada and do a master’s degree in engineering. You need to be able to show relationship between what you’ve done in the past and what you’re going to do in Canada.

Because the moment you give the visa officer a reason to read to doubt that, he or she might just feel that you just want to come into canada not to study, but you just want to find your way into Canada. Try as much as possible to let there be a flow between what you’ve done in the past, education wise and what you want to go study in Canada.

4. Lack of job prospects in your own country

This is more common for applicants in the third world country. If you select a course with zero job opportunities in your home country for you when you graduate, that is enough reason for your application to get rejected. What they’re trying to say is that because there’s no job prospect in those third world countries, they feel that you’re probably going to be a liability when you come into Canada or even they also feel that if you finish studying in Canada because there’s no job back home, you will not definitely you would not go back because there are no jobs for you.

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When you want to apply, try as much as possible to if you have a job before you apply get a reference letter from your employer that shows that you have a job. That shows that they also they know about you going to Canada to go and study, and definitely you will be going back home. If you do not have a job, try as much as possible to come up with a convincing letter of purpose statement of purpose on why you will come back.

5. Inadequate travel history

That is another main reason why a lot of study visas get rejected. What the visa officer is trying to tell you in essence is that you do not have sufficient travel history in the past and he or she is not convinced that your first time leaving your home country and going to Canada and you will come back.

Take for instance someone has been to the US, UK, Scotland. It is easier to convience the visa officer that you’ve been to a lot of places and you’ve returned back to your home country. You have shown the consistency the visa officer can trust.

But if you do not have any travel history, you’ve not left your own country before and you apply for the first time, it is more difficult to have your study visa granted. In order for you to address this, inasmuch as if you can apply to go to the U.S., to Dublin, Ireland etc. If you can do that before applying for the Canada visa, that will be great.

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Originally posted 2021-12-14 16:14:45. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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