Yurun said: How can older applicants to study in Canada easily get a visa?

Recently, the refusal rate of more than 30% of Canadian study permits has made the study abroad circle panic. Today I will briefly share with you a recent successful study visa case, explaining how to solve the risk of refusal of some older student visas.

⭐️Applicant background:

The applicant has 10 years of study abroad experience in Australia, and has completed a total of one undergraduate and three degree certificate studies. The applicant has multiple 🇦🇺work experiences while studying 🇦🇺, mainly car repair. Stuck in Australia’s immigration policy and unable to obtain permanent residence status, he returned to China in January 2020. Considering that I am just over 33 years old, there is still the possibility of studying abroad and immigrating to Canada, and I hope to move to Canada🇨🇦. The applicant does not have IELTS and is only willing to apply for College. There is an age backward reading, and 🇦🇺10 years of resume reveals a very strong tendency to immigrate, which is a very risky case😬

So, how did I successfully apply for this overseas senior student visa application?

First of all, I explained to the immigration officer why the candidate had studied in Australia for 10 years, and after obtaining a bachelor’s degree, he wanted to come to Canada to study for a Diploma degree in a college. During the 4 years of undergraduate study, the candidate found that his personality prefers “hands-on” type of work, so after graduating from undergraduate, he studied three mechanical-related technician degrees in Australia, and engaged in auto repair related work in Australia work. The applicant finds that the occupation he really wants to pursue does not match his original education, so he needs to continue to study.

Then, combined with the background of the applicant’s father running a furniture factory in China, he explained that he is currently assisting his father in running the furniture factory, and that he has a clear pursuit of his career development in China—to manage his family business well. This is a very important statement. The applicant has very strong economic ties, family ties, and career ties with the country, which can dispel the immigration officer’s concerns that the applicant will not leave Canada in the future to a certain extent👀

Finally, explain the purpose of the applicant to study in Canada this time. The applicant found that his current knowledge was not enough to support the rapid development of his own furniture factory. He needed to come to 🇨🇦 to study abroad, which was “crucial” for him to run his family business well. He chose to go to George Brown College Studying Carpenter and renovation is also a major in carpentry and decoration. After completing the study, I will return to China to grow my family business.

Based on the above analysis, Yurun sorted out all the documents and submitted the application. The timeline from application to approval is as follows:

1⃣️ Submit the study permit application on October 4

2⃣️October 18 received a request letter from the Immigration Bureau for fingerprinting

3⃣️On November 5th, the student visa was signed

It took a total of 31 days 👍

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