Applying from a country that is not my country of origin

What are the risks of applying from a country that is not my country of origin?

When applying for your Study Permit you would need to ensure that you have a resident permit or a valid status for minimum six months in the country you are applying from.

Not having a valid status or having a status that will be expiring soon will affect your application and may result in a rejection.

Example: Harpreet who is an Indian citizen moved to Denmark to complete her studies there for 4 years. She then decided to apply for the MBA program from Denmark. Her application ended up getting rejected as she failed to convince the Immigration Officer that her current status in Denmark is valid.

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