1. You must be eligible.
To be eligible, you must:
- Obtain a LOA (Letter of Acceptance) from a DLI (Designated Learning Institution).
- Prove that you have sufficient financial support. This includes the amount you need to cover
the first year of tuition, living expenses and return transportation to your home country.
- Get a Police Clearance Certificate to show that you have clean record.
- Be in good health.
- Be able to satisfy the immigration officer that you do not have any intention to stay in
Canada at the end of your stay.
2. Assure the immigration officer that your actual purpose is to study in Canada.
To do so:
- Try to show that there’s a logical progression in your previous education and the one you’re going to pursue in Canada.
- Prove you can support yourself, and the family members who come with you. This can be done through proof of a student or education loan from a bank, your bank statements for the past 4 months, a bank draft that can be converted to Canadian dollars, proof you paid tuition and housing fees, etc.
- Take a language test that is approved by the Canadian government.
- Include any documentation/information that help make it evident for the officer that you will leave Canada after the duration of your studies.
Why choose us?
We have been helping many applicants become permanent residents for years and have a high success rate. Our clients from almost 20 different countries have experienced this with us and you can be the next successful. We know how to prepare documents and how to make your immigration process smooth and easy for you. Contact us HERE to start the process today!
If you are not a Canadian Permanent Resident yet and you are not sure what the best way for you to immigrate to Canada is, please fill out our assessment form HERE and we will get back to you with your possible options.