Common Reasons For Canadian Student Visas Refusal

Though the process to obtain a Canadian student visa seems straightforward, it can be challenging at times. While many students feel that obtaining admission at a University to a college of your choice is the most difficult part of studying abroad, obtaining a student visa can be even more difficult.

1. Failing to include an acceptance letter

The first step of the studying abroad process is to receive an offer of acceptance from a Designated Learning Institute. The Visa Officer may deny your application if they have concerns about the validity/authenticity of your Letter of Authorization or determine that you do not meet the program requirements.

2. Issues with financial requirements

As part of the Canadian visa application process, the applicant must submit a bank statement or bank statement. These documents prove that you can support yourself while studying abroad. Uncertainty about your ability to pay your travel expenses, your tuition fees, and your daily life while in Canada are all reasons why a visa officer may deny your application.

3. Failure to Leave the Country at the End of Your Studies

If the Visa officer may suspect that a particular candidate would not return after study that in itself might be a reason for rejection. Your travel history, family ties to Canada and your country of residence, and the purpose of your visit may lead the visa officer to suspect that you might try to stay back at the end of the visa period.

4. Problems with travel or Identity documents

In order for a Visa officer to determine whether you are admissible into Canada. A potential candidate must understand that Canada is a part of The Five Eyes (FVEY) intelligence alliance that also comprises Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States thus if the candidate has been refused by another country in the above alliance.

5. Academic Performance

Visa officers look for consistency in past academic achievement. But while good grades are a key factor in visa approval, that’s not all. The decision on your visa application also extends to your level of English, which is verified by your IELTS or TOEFL score. If there is a combination of uneven grades and a low score, a visa officer may question her ability to cope with English courses. While applying for a Canadian visa may not be as straightforward and simple as it sounds, following these guidelines will help ensure a smooth application process.

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