A letter of admission from a college or university in Canada can be a very exciting moment for international students. However, even with careful planning and diligent submission of the right documents, a some proportion of admitted students face study permit refusals. Based on our experience, we have noted that the most common reasons for refusal include 1) insufficient or unverifiable funds, 2) illogical choice of a study program, 3) absence of ties to home country, and 4) inadequate travel history/Language proficiency. In this training you will lean different strategies to over come your refusals
In this trianing progmra we are going to reivew Study permits common refusal reasons, some of which include:
- Lack of sufficient funds.
- Choice of a study program.
- Lack of ties to your home country.
- Inadequate travel history.
also, you we are analysing ATIP results based on each factor and after receiving a refusal, we consider one or all of the following actions:
We name it as Defend , Amend or Appeal
- Apply for a reconsideration of the decision against your application (Defend)
- Re-apply for a study permit (Amend)
- Judicial Review (Appeal)