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Anyone applied a Student Permit from Philippines?

JigJig

Hero Member
Feb 15, 2010
615
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Category........
Visa Office......
Manila
NOC Code......
0213
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
Feb-14-2010
AOR Received.
16-03-10
Med's Done....
16-10-2010
Passport Req..
07-12-2010
VISA ISSUED...
20-07-2011
LANDED..........
21-08-2011
Hello mga kabayan, its been a while since I've visited this site. Long story short - I'm here because my in-law is applying for a student visa as well. Please correct me since its been a while and this student visa application is new to me. The way I see it, the baseline of the decision is the "study plan" wherein the applicant is suppose to convince the VO why they are planning to take up schooling in Canada.

eagerly :
- Have you clarified the reason why the program in Seneca will benefit you in your career?
- Or BSC in Phil, diploma in Seneca then pursue a masters degree (baka kumagat ?)

Anyway, my in law just had had his medicals and other docs submitted to the consultancy. Question ko lang is about this "Biometrics" -papaano ba ito? Ang visa office ba magsasabi kung kelan ka kukuha nyan? Kelan magbabayad ng mga visa fees?

Salamat sa reply!
 
Jul 16, 2020
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Good day po. Gusto ko po sana humingi ng tulong. Narefuse po kasi study visa ko for the 6th time last May 12.

Kuha po sana ako Technical Communication post grad cert sa Seneca College. Eto nakalagay GCMS notes ko:

"Documentation on file reviewed. I note the applicants numerous previous refusals for a Canadian SP. Applicant wishes to undertake a technical writing certificate program at Seneca College. I note that according to the applicant's resume he already works in a technical writing job, has 17 years of professional writing experience including supervisory positions and holds a BSC in Communications Technology Management from the Philippines. As such, I am not satisfied that the proposed course of studies reflects a logical academic or career progression for the applicant. Therefore I am not satisfied with the applicant's purpose for studying in Canada, nor that the applicant would be a genuine student whose intent is to study and would respect the terms of admission. Application denied."

First of all po kasi iba naman po technical writing sa ginagawa ko ngayon, which is a web content writer. Yung technical writing kasi more on IT writing siya (inexplain ko po ng mabuti yang difference dun sa SOP ko.) Please advise na lang po pwede ko gawin. Thanks.
ung purpose of visit mo is not tie to your Employment Prospects in Home Country. Dapat it must show a logical progression of your career. It should improve your abilities, or fill a gap that you have from your pevious education kahit pa hindi MBA ang program mo or not PG ok lang.. Highlights the courses you will take na hindi mo pa nakukuha sa previous study or work mo, or if the specific courses are not available in your country. Be specific and straight to the point kasi your reason for visiting Canada is to study, and why would you study? Kasi you want to improve your employment prospects in the Philippines. Just my two cents po.
 

francis009

Member
Dec 26, 2019
14
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I did like to understand more about this new IRCC rule, there's a lot of question which I hope IRCC can answer.

There're 2 stages in the new visa application. if one passes the first application and starts lectures online and I bet he/she would have paid for the tuition fees. What if the second approval is refused? What happens to the tuition... When I checked the IRCC website it states "It is important for prospective students to note that commencing their studies online from abroad following approval-in-principle of a study permit application is not a guarantee that they will receive full approval of their study permit application, or be authorized to pursue their studies in Canada. It is still possible that an applicant could receive a negative final decision on their study permit based on factors such as inadmissibility for criminality or security reasons, and the inability to predict how the COVID-19 situation and any associated travel restrictions will evolve." What do you think? is this a good move or it's an expensive risk?.
 

MyHero

Star Member
May 16, 2020
88
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I did like to understand more about this new IRCC rule, there's a lot of question which I hope IRCC can answer.

There're 2 stages in the new visa application. if one passes the first application and starts lectures online and I bet he/she would have paid for the tuition fees. What if the second approval is refused? What happens to the tuition... When I checked the IRCC website it states "It is important for prospective students to note that commencing their studies online from abroad following approval-in-principle of a study permit application is not a guarantee that they will receive full approval of their study permit application, or be authorized to pursue their studies in Canada. It is still possible that an applicant could receive a negative final decision on their study permit based on factors such as inadmissibility for criminality or security reasons, and the inability to predict how the COVID-19 situation and any associated travel restrictions will evolve." What do you think? is this a good move or it's an expensive risk?.
Ask ko lang po kailan po kayo nag apply? As for the stages of application, if you’re sure you don’t have any problems regarding medical exam, police certificate, and biometrics (sure namang wala to), you don’t have to worry for the final approval. Nakakita ako ng reply na sa cici news is kasama daw sa first stage yung SOP which is the main reason why study permits are refused.
 

francis009

Member
Dec 26, 2019
14
2
Ask ko lang po kailan po kayo nag apply? As for the stages of application, if you’re sure you don’t have any problems regarding medical exam, police certificate, and biometrics (sure namang wala to), you don’t have to worry for the final approval. Nakakita ako ng reply na sa cici news is kasama daw sa first stage yung SOP which is the main reason why study permits are refused.
The Canadian embassy are funny sometimes, they can cook-up some reasons for denial even after your documents are complete...medicals, bio-metrics and Police certificate are successful.
 

MyHero

Star Member
May 16, 2020
88
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The Canadian embassy are funny sometimes, they can cook-up some reasons for denial even after your documents are complete...medicals, bio-metrics and Police certificate are successful.
Sana naman wag po ganun. Kailan po kayo nagsubmit ng application?
 

Annmiran

Newbie
Jul 22, 2020
3
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Hi po! May question lang po sana ako. Course ko po kasi nung college dito sa PH is tourism management pero ngayon ay nasa logistics industry ako (consistent from first job until now). Would it raise additional questions po ba sa application ko if ang program na i-a-apply for sp is business/logistics related rather than tourism? Thank you