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Canadian Study Permit

Are you planning to study in Canada? If yes, then we have got solutions to all your concerns for the Canadian study permit. We have answers to all your questions such as which courses you should opt for, how much is the cost involved and the process of applying for the study permit of Canada.

This visa enables international students to pursue their post-secondary studies in Canada. Any course with a duration of more than six months requires a Canadian study permit.

CanOz’s International Students Services assists you in completing the process. From landscaping your higher studies to immigration in Canada, we are a one-stop solution for every international student.

The study permit is referred to a legal authorization for a foreign national to conduct their studies at a Designated Learning Institution (DLI) in Canada. But, there are several steps involved in applying for a student visa. So, let’s walk you through the various steps involved.

Requirements for Study Permit Application

To be eligible to get a study visa you must meet the following requirements:

  • Letter of Acceptance : You must have an acceptance letter from a Designated Learning Institution (DLI).
  • A valid passport or travel document
  • Proof of Funds: You should be able to provide documents in support of the fact that you have enough funds to cover yourself while you are studying in Canada. The funds demonstrated to allow you to cover your expenses such as tuition fees for first-year and also the cost of living.
  • Other Supporting Documents: There is Comprehensive documentation in the study permit application process. And the documents required vary from country to country. But there is nothing to worry about. Our team of best education consultants will help you throughout the process.

Other Conditions Required while studying in Canada

Once your study permit is approved and you reach Canada as an international student, you must comply with the following requirements to maintain the validity of your visa:

  • Stay enrolled at a Designated Learning Institution (DLI)
  • Advance towards the completion of the program pursued
  • Abide by the conditions set out on your study permit
  • Quit studying if you no longer fulfil the requirements
  • Apply for an extension of study permit or restore your status
  • Leave Canada when as soon as your permit expires

How to apply for a Canadian study permit?

In total there are four steps involved in applying for the study visa:

  • Learn about your eligibility: Ensure that you comply with the eligibility requirements listed above as per your country of citizenship and residence as per the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
  • Preparing for your application: After ensuring your eligibility,  you are good to proceed with your application. Collect all the supporting and primary documents required for your country. Even though you have all your documents submitted along with the application, the Immigration officers reserve the right to refuse study permits if they feel an applicant has not met all requirements. Therefore, it is highly recommended to have a certified immigration representative review your application before submission.
  • Submission of Application: Here the applicant has two options to submit the study permit application.
  • Online: You need to create an account on the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) website and you are good to submit your application online by attaching soft copies of your documents.

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  • Paper-Based: gather the hard copy of your application and required documents and mail them to the assigned Visa Application Center of your country.
  • After the approval of your study visa: Please be advised that you do not receive your Canadian study permit until you arrive at a Canadian Port of Entry (POE). Once you receive the approval on your permit, the Canadian government will issue you a Port of Entry Introduction Letter. To get your study permit, you must keep this letter with you when you fly to Canada and provide it to the immigration official at the POE.

Frequently Asked Questions:

  • Are there any exemptions to Canadian study permits?
Yes, there are certain exemptions to the study visa. Not every international student requires this permit to study in Canada. Below are the most frequent study permit exemptions: Short-Term Studies If you are a foreign national and you opt for a program that has a duration of six months or less, you do not require a study visa. However, if it takes longer than six months for you to complete your studies then you must get your student visa before the completion of the initial six months. Minor children in Canada Children under the age of 18 or 19 (definition of minor children from province to province) are not required to secure a study permit to be able to enroll in elementary or secondary school. Although there are the following conditions to be considered before being eligible under this category:
  • Parents of the child or the child are refugees or refugee claimants.
  • The child should be accompanied by a parent who is legally authorized to work in or study in Canada.
Members of foreign armed forces If the applicant is a member of an international armed force and is currently posted in Canada, does not require a permit to study. Perhaps their family members might require a visa to study in Canada.
  • What is the processing time for the Canadian student visa application?
Due to the impacts of COVId-19, the IRCC staff is not able to process the applications within the normal standard time. However, you can check the standard time for the processing of your application at www.canada.ca as it varies from country to country.
  • Can the applicant’s family members accompany him/her to Canada?
Yes, a common-law partner or the spouse of the applicant can get an open-work permit to be able to accompany the applicant to Canada. Also, if the applicant has minor children, they too can come to Canada and can be enrolled at a Canadian elementary or secondary school.
  • How much  are the minimum funds required to be eligible to get the study visa?
You can visit  www.canada.ca to explore the basic funds required to study in Canada.
  • Are there any special documents and conditions  for studying in Quebec?
Yes, those planning to study in Quebec are required to collect some additional documents and have different eligibility requirements to be met while applying for the study permit. For more details, you can contact our Immigration Consultants.

How CanOZ Can Help You?

Planning to study in Canada as an international student can be hard and puzzling at the same time. Although the country is flooded with many educational institutions, choosing the right one is a big task. Fortunately, our team of the best education counsellors at CanOz is happy to simplify the entire process for its clients. We accompany clients from start till the end. Our counsellors indulge in the profiling of the prospective applicant to help the team choose the best-suited program of study. This is followed by getting the letter of acceptance from a DLI, preparation and submission of your visa application. To realize your dream of studying in Canada, contact us today! You can consult us today! Contact our Immigration Consultant in Brampton today at +1 289 298 1000 or Book Free Consultation Now on our website canozvisas.com



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I would highly recommend CanOz Visa Services and especially Harsimrat Kaur as she seamlessly worked throughout my application process, moreover, modestly helped me if I needed any further guidance or support at any point in time. I truly endorse her knowledge and skills, furthermore, appreciate her empathetic approach while dealing with her clients. Thank you so much for helping me achieve my Permanent Residency of Canada.
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CanOz Visa helped me get my study permit extension approved hassle-free. My application was a bit tricky to get approved but Harsimrat ma’am was really helpful and got me the extension in less than 2 months. Really grateful to her and the support team for their role in getting my application approved. Will recommend CanOz for all your immigration related applications and queries.
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canoz team is one of the best immigration consultancy team .. I had ever experienced Helped me with my parents file and my husband’s spousal PR .. the whole process was so smooth .. always picked up my call.. replied to my little silly questions as well(which is not normal in this industry ) i will keep sending reference of this great team to my whole known group and friends thank you Harsimran di !!

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