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Student visa

 

Visitors, students or workers in Canada are considered temporary residents. Before entering Canada to work or study, you should apply for a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV).

Citizens of some countries require a TRV to visit (http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/visas.asp). Citizens of these countries must obtain a visa from outside of Canada in order to visit, study or work in Canada.

Citizens from visa exempt countries can enter Canada as visitors provided that the port-of-entry examining officer is convinced that they are bona fide visitors. Citizens of visa exempt countries may also apply for a work permit at a Canadian port-of-entry provided that they qualify.

Students should register full-time at a Canadian educational institute and pay the tuition fee. Be sure to ask the school for their refund policy in case the applicant is not issued a student visa. Most institutions will provide you with a full refund if you give them a copy of the refusal letter. You must also show that you have funds to support yourself during the study period requested. If you are being supported by a family member, then that family member should sign an affidavit attesting to this and submit their financial statement

 

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