Question 1: What kind of people are suitable for “travel transfer”?
Answer: No more than 40 years old, have a certain English foundation (IELTS score above 5), do not hesitate to study, and hope to land as soon as possible. At the same time, for accompanying parents, traveling to another school is a relatively economical immigration route.
Question 2: Who is more expensive, travel transfer or ordinary study abroad immigration?
Answer: Travel transfer. The 6-month course + living expenses will cost about 20,000 Canadian dollars.
Question 3: Is the approval rate higher than directly applying for a study permit in China?
Answer: Applying for a study permit in Canada has a higher approval rate than applying abroad. Judging from the current data summary, for older students studying abroad and accompanying mothers, the approval rate of travel transfers is significantly higher than that of direct application for student visas.
Question 4: “Travel transfer” does not require English?
Answer: No! This is a misunderstanding of many people. Applicants who feel that their English foundation is poor can quickly improve their English ability by taking a 6-month language class in Canada. In fact, “travel transfer” requires applicants to have a certain foundation in English, and the 6-month course cannot bring about a radical improvement. Candidates with poor English foundation will be directly stuck in the language school.
Question 5: Is the travel insurance transfer successful? Is there a full refund if unsuccessful?
Answer: In fact, transferring to another school is only “easier” than applying for a student visa directly in China. There is no visa or immigration program in Canada that can guarantee success. Licensed consultants need to deal with each applicant’s case based on experience, walking on eggshells. “Refund if unsuccessful” is actually a kind of “pit”. Because all immigration companies or “intermediaries” must consider the service cost of a single customer. For the full refund service, the service cost should be minimized, and the “high loss” brought about by the “high commitment” should be offset as much as possible. For example, ask customers to fill in a very detailed information collection form, which contains many subjective opinions of customers, such as “interests and hobbies”, “personality characteristics”, “growth experience” and so on; only need to splicing and translating the content of customers can form A personal statement. But these subjective statements don’t serve immigration officers very well. A truly experienced licensed consultant will not give such a promise of “full refund”.
Question 6: Why choose Brigade Transfer?
At present, less than half of the approval rate for senior-age student visa applications in China, the use of AI review by the Immigration Bureau has led to many “non-age student visas” that may not have had time to be carefully reviewed by immigration officers, and have already been rejected. Older applicants, especially accompanying mothers, can increase the success rate of student visa points through “travel transfer”.
Question 7: What are the detailed steps for transferring from a trip to another school?
Answer: First, the applicant enters Canada with a tourist visa and completes a short-term course of less than 6 months in an educational institution in Canada. Subsequently, the applicant applies for a degree in a professional course in Canada and submits a study permit application. After obtaining the study permit, it takes about 2 years to complete the degree and apply for the graduation work permit. After working in Canada for one year, obtain permanent residence status through the federal fast track or the provincial nomination channel.