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Study permit refused. Need assistance for second time application

 
Sep 11, 2019
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Can someone help me out with this language my head is to hot to break it myself pursuant to paragraph 220(a) of the IRPA I am not satisfied that you have sufficient and available financial resources without working in Canada, to pay the tuition fees for the course or program of studies that you intend to pursue those three words above sufficient and available financial resources what doest it really mean??? Someone should express in titles for me please or does it means that the source of the financial documents are not strong enough?? Waiting thanks in advance
 

karenv

Hero Member
Jul 8, 2014
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Are you a ICCRC licensed immigration consultant or immigration lawyer. If not then you cannot charge more than $5. If caught, you can be in big problem and it can affect your status in Canada.
Thank you for reminding me. I am not providing any immigration services. However, I think getting these notes are very normal. Any Canadian citizenship can do it. You can get all kinds of notes from the government. I used to see some services offering at $50; hence, I thought this one is good and more suitable. Anyway, if you don't think it's good, you can delete your post so that no one can see it.
 
 

BN_96

Newbie
Sep 25, 2019
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i feel really really sorry for you. yeah the study permit process seems to get harder. I just wonder, can you please tell what was the difference in your target education that CIC told is not relevant to the previous one? if it is not a secret?

thank you
i feel really really sorry for you. yeah the study permit process seems to get harder. I just wonder, can you please tell what was the difference in your target education that CIC told is not relevant to the previous one? if it is not a secret?

thank you
They have given a very generic reason saying mismatch.There was no particular reason mentioned. I had ordered for notes immediately. Have a got a mail yesterday saying it will take 90 days more to get the notes. All my friends and consultants have told to not apply without notes, so I have dropped my plans to pursue a second application. Really disheartened but cant do anything. With new rules out for UK next year, planning to go for an MBA. Hopefully one refusal does not affect for the other country.
 

BN_96

Newbie
Sep 25, 2019
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I will share a recent example of my friend who came here last month. His background is completely different than what he wants to study. I kept on advising him to look for a program that will match with his background but he was not convinced that he wants to spend money in something that he has already studied and no longer interested in making a career in that field. And i was very convinced that he wont get an approval unless he finds a program matching his background. To my surprise, he got help from somebody and got the visa :eek:. i am not very qualified to advice on the details but I have sent you a link about a law or whatever they call it in the legal field which was used in his reapplication. check that. It may help you.
I have seen cases where one friend has done B.Com and got visa approved for PG in supply chain,
and one friend who did engineering ( Industrial) and got reject for Supply chain PG for saying mismatch of course. Really unfair.