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Study Permit Financial Requirement

Fayha shahab

Full Member
Apr 25, 2019
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Hi everyone,
Can anyone of you help me? I would like to know how much money should we have in our accounts to prove the financial standing for study permit visa.

We are 4 members me my husband and my 4 and 9 years old children.

I will be applying for an open work permit for my husband.

How much money should we have? I am afraid of having a refusal because of that.

Thank you.
 

scylla

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Hi everyone,
Can anyone of you help me? I would like to know how much money should we have in our accounts to prove the financial standing for study permit visa.

We are 4 members me my husband and my 4 and 9 years old children.

I will be applying for an open work permit for my husband.

How much money should we have? I am afraid of having a refusal because of that.

Thank you.
At an absolute minimum, you should have enough funds to cover first year tuition + $20,000 in living expenses.
 

Fayha shahab

Full Member
Apr 25, 2019
20
2
20,000 Canadian enough for a family of 4?

for the open work permit of my husband does he need to provide a separate financial standing? or we can show as a family?
 

Wages

Hero Member
Feb 19, 2020
210
12
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Hi everyone,
Can anyone of you help me? I would like to know how much money should we have in our accounts to prove the financial standing for study permit visa.

We are 4 members me my husband and my 4 and 9 years old children.

I will be applying for an open work permit for my husband.

How much money should we have? I am afraid of having a refusal because of that.

Thank you.
It would be best to apply for study permit then subsequently apply for work permit for your husband. It’s easier that way. You need at least 45,000$. Tuition (say 15,000) + 10,000( living expenses for you only ) + (15,000 $ for husband & child) then you need money for your accommodation, flights, travel insurance, room & board etc. 45,000$ + would be the best to show