Foreign nationals who wish to study in Canada must have a valid study permit (some exceptions may apply). In order to get this study permit, they must meet certain criteria which are applicable to all temporary resident applications as well as those specific to students.
Reach out to us directly if you would like more information on the study visa/permit application processes. Our immigration lawyers at Boghossian Morais LLP may help you to build a strong case, greatly increasing your chances to obtain a positive outcome.
Canadian Study Permits
Our Canadian immigration lawyers at Boghossian Morais LLP have experience in helping foreign nationals obtain study permits and visas to study at designated learning institutions (DLI) – previously approved by a Canadian province or territory to host international students, once they are accepted into a program and meet the legal requirements under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) and the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (IRPR) to do so. Please contact our office to obtain more information before you apply.
An important fact about applying for a Study Visa/Permit in Canada
You should be aware that when reviewing applications for a study permit/visa, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) may check to see whether your study plan is consistent with your past study history. Although legitimate, if you are deviating greatly from your previous studies, you should provide meaningful explanations as this could raise some reasonable questions and possible refusal of your application.