16 September 2021 landmark
One refusal is challenging for a student but multiple refusals are discouraging. So, what do students opt for after several refusals from government colleges?
What should be done? Where should they go next to secure their future? Should they consider any other country for their education and better job prospects?
Before you chalk out your next plan, experts at Landmark Immigration discuss other options and the right steps after getting multiple refusals from Canada.
Please watch our video for more information.
First things first, make sure you have filed your application correctly. A lot of times, a refusal could be due to a reversible mistake.
Your agent could be forwarding the same file over and over again without re-assessing.
The file could require an important document to be attached that goes ignored by your agent, or they end up enclosing a falsified document just so that the file can be marked and sent across as complete.
You need to know that minor changes in SOP and re-filing will not make a difference to the authorities.
Students, in this case, are helpless and need proper guidance. They might file their application the fifth time in the hope of approval. However, if the agent is making minuscule changes to the application, nothing would improve for the student.
Until and unless there are evidently major changes made, the student will continue to get refused. These changes include-
- The student should be aware of all the requirements of completing a file
- Addition of/ Improvement in attached documents
- Updating college or academic information and related documents
- Choosing the correct city where you will live
- Major changes in the SOP
- Increased discussion with the agent. Communicating all the details to him/her clearly
- Focusing on government colleges more than private colleges
- Submitting the correct and entire information about your family as requested in the form
- Students should know which form has been submitted in the form
- Don’t experiment too much with changing the details in the file
What are the other options?
- It is a known fact that compared to government colleges, private educational institutions and colleges have a lesser success rate. Therefore, if you have been getting multiple refusals, you must apply for government colleges.
- Starting on the right note is another option. Landmark Immigration services assess, discuss, evaluate, and recommend institutes that you seem eligible for. Assessment is crucial in this process as the student gets to know the exact reason behind multiple refusals and how s/he can improve their chances.
- Awareness from students, although not expected, should be present and they should actively participate in the form filling and submission process
- Students should also get in touch with reputed and genuine immigration consultants so that they can receive correct guidance on how to fill the forms
- Never submit any information or detail without having clarity about the requirement and how it is supposed to be submitted
Parameters to ensure success in obtaining a Canada study visa
- Focus on government colleges instead of private colleges
- Submit complete and strong financial documents based on the checklist provided
- Read and fill up the forms very carefully, following all instructions and guidelines
- The statement of purpose matters a lot and should be drafted as best as possible
- Course selection is another very important parameter
If the above factors are weighed in carefully, you can still get a Canada study visa even after multiple refusals. If you are still not eligible for Canada, we would recommend that you consider other good countries such as the United States, the UK, and Germany that also have amazing opportunities for higher education.
If you want any consultation regarding multiple refusals, you can call us on 90412-90412 or send us a WhatsApp message. Alternatively, you can also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.