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Student permit refusal

Realxai

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Jan 14, 2020
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Hi. Good day!

I badly need your help. I just got denied for my student visa application last December 2019, and now I'm planning to reapply. The reasons for my refusal are the following:

1. I am not satisfied that you will leave Canada at the end of your stay, as stipulated in subsection 216 (1) of the IRPR, based on the purpose of your visit.

2. Your proposed studies are not reasonable in light of one or more of: your qualifications, your previous studies, employment, level of establishments or your future prospects and plans.

I can justify the first reason of my refusal if they have checked my travel history. I've been going back and forth to Canada since 2017 because I already have a tourist visa. However, as for the second one, as stated above, the program I planned to take was Hospitality Management and is completely irrelevant with my previous studies and work experience which I understand why I got refused. I'm a Bachelor of Science in Nursing graduate but never pursue my career in nursing and work as a Medical Sales Representative for 5yrs now up to present. Moreover, as I plan to reapply, I'd like ask for your advice.
I thought about taking Health Care Assistant Program which is somehow related to my bachelor's degree. Will this help me and convince the immigration to reconsider my application?

Please. Help. It will be greatly appreciated.
Thank you.
 

Bs65

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Mar 22, 2016
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Cannot say whether makes sense or not but of course you still obviously need to be convincing why you need to come to Canada and how such a course both makes sense based on qualifications/work experience and how such a course will improve your prospects on returning to your home country. Obviously having been rejected once you do not want to appear to be either desparate or simply picking on a course for the sake of getting a study permit if your long term career goals on returning home are not clear to IRCC.
 

Realxai

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Jan 14, 2020
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Thank you for your reply. I just have a question though. I'm going back to canada this month and I'm planning to submit and process my student application while i'm there. Do you think it's a good idea? And also, is there a need for me to mention in my study plan about my refusal?

thanks in advance..
 

tapperb

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Jan 10, 2020
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  1. Should have really consulted before choosing your program man. Put yourself the CIC officer shoes...from Nursing to Hospitalu? Why on earth would you do that when Nursing is booming.
But now that you applied already there are no take backs...if you switch now..looks suspicious. You're gonna have to come with a really good story and hope they buy it.
 

Realxai

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Jan 14, 2020
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  1. Should have really consulted before choosing your program man. Put yourself the CIC officer shoes...from Nursing to Hospitalu? Why on earth would you do that when Nursing is booming.
But now that you applied already there are no take backs...if you switch now..looks suspicious. You're gonna have to come with a really good story and hope they buy it.

I knowww. :( i wasn't really thinking. I just dis everything on my own.. :(
 

Realxai

Newbie
Jan 14, 2020
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Cannot say whether makes sense or not but of course you still obviously need to be convincing why you need to come to Canada and how such a course both makes sense based on qualifications/work experience and how such a course will improve your prospects on returning to your home country. Obviously having been rejected once you do not want to appear to be either desparate or simply picking on a course for the sake of getting a study permit if your long term career goals on returning home are not clear to IRCC.

Thank you for your reply. I just have a question though. I'm going back to canada this month and I'm planning to submit and process my student application while i'm there. Do you think it's a good idea? And also, is there a need for me to mention in my study plan about my refusal?

thanks in advance..
 

Shlokwow

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Sep 21, 2019
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Thank you for your reply. I just have a question though. I'm going back to canada this month and I'm planning to submit and process my student application while i'm there. Do you think it's a good idea? And also, is there a need for me to mention in my study plan about my refusal?

thanks in advance..
Yes its good idea to apply being there. And ofcourse you can change the course and justify in your SOP that why you changed the course (ofcourse bcz it was irrelevent.) And dont be affraid to change the course and select the relative one again. My brother got the same refusal reason so the consultant advised to change and reapply again and tadaaa. He got Visas. And there are lots of other cases, where the course relativty has came in between. But it can be resolved by changing your situation as written in the refusal letter. "You can reapply again if your situation changes".
Hope this helps. Be free to ask if anything else is required
 
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Realxai

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Jan 14, 2020
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Yes its good idea to apply being there. And ofcourse you can change the course and justify in your SOP that why you changed the course (ofcourse bcz it was irrelevent.) And dont be affraid to change the course and select the relative one again. My brother got the same refusal reason so the consultant advised to change and reapply again and tadaaa. He got Visas. And there are lots of other cases, where the course relativty has came in between. But it can be resolved by changing your situation as written in the refusal letter. "You can reapply again if your situation changes".
Hope this helps. Be free to ask if anything else is required
Thank you so much for your reply. It's such a relief. I was losing my hope already.. thanks again..

anyone here who can help me with my study plan? I just wanna make sure that this time everythings going to work out well.. i'm just doing everything on my own..
 

atomster

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Oct 24, 2019
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Hi there, just want to know if I should leave the funds for my school fees and living expenses on a fixed deposit account or a savings account. Ive been rejected twice with one of the reasons being my financials. So what do y'all suggest I do should I put it to a savings or leave it as a fixed deposit. (Although it is in a fixed deposit the funds can be withdrawn at anytime required) Please do advise me on this matter. Thank you