Visa Refusal Cases
Student Visas often get refused when individuals apply on their own. There are numerous reasons for refusal, a majority are detailed out below.Some of the reasons for Refusal are:
1. Study Plan: Without a detailed and logical study plan, the officer will not be convinced of the main purpose of your application. There must be a logical progression if a person already has previous post-graduate education or work experience.
The choice of programs in Canada must make sense for the student as well as for the IRCC officer who will assess the application on a case to case basis. A statement of purpose is required to prove the interest of the applicant in the choice of the study program as well as the future career plan after studies.
2. Proof of Finances: The Canadian government wants to ensure a student has the financial support to pay for their tuition and living expenses. A bank statement will need to be provided to show a student’s ability to pay for their tuition fees and their living expenses.
3. Lack of Travel History: If a person has not travelled anywhere outside of their home country prior to their study permit application, this could be a minus point while the IRCC officer is assessing the application. We at JS Immigration Consulting can help by providing strong legal arguments and referencing Federal Court Cases in the application.
4. Strong Family Ties to Canada: Surprisingly, having family members in Canada can be another reason for refusal.JS Immigration Consulting can help overcome this type of refusal.