Undoubtedly, Canada is one of the cheapest study-abroad destinations in English-speaking countries. The quality of education that Canadian universities/ colleges deliver exceeds its tuition fee cost. Apart from this, international students can also enjoy the country's natural beauty, different cuisine, and cosmopolitan environment, along with a high standard of living. Before moving to study in Canada, international students have to apply for a student visa. Many a time, students face visa rejection due to some loopholes in their profile.
The basic reasons for visa refusal include low grades, weak financial statements, and invalid justification of the study gap. If the students have faced visa rejection due to these reasons, they can work on that and apply again for the visa. Also, students can get the exact reasons for their visa refusal through CAIPS NOTES. While re-applying for the visa, students must keep the following this in mind:
They must justify that they have scored good marks, at least in the relevant subjects for which they are applying.
Try to show good family income, and if both your parents are working, then show their ITR (income tax return).
Try to show the course's relevancy with the previous qualification and clearly justify the study gap.
Moreover, if you wish to study in Canada, contact our expert counsellors at any branch of Meridean Overseas Education Consultants (MOEC). You can also take free online counselling through our website. Our expert counsellors will provide the best guidance and support you need for the admission and visa process. For more information or any queries, you can mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at our toll-free no. 1800-1230-00011.
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