Coming To Canada To Study
Canada has a wide range of exceptional education facilities. High schools, universities, technical schools and schools that specailize in teaching people to be ski instructors are just some examples. If you are a citizen of another country and want to come to Canada to study, you need a Canadian study permit. The immigration lawyers at Kahane Law Office are here to help with your application for a Canadian study permit. It is important to ensure that you have the proper permits in place to enter Canada to start your studies on time.
Canadian Study Permit Consultations
The Canadian study permit consultation is a 50-minute meeting where the lawyer or consultant will go through a variety of questions to get a better understanding of your individual case. The consultation includes a review of the Canadian study permit application process and we explain the study permit program. They also go over the required supporting documents.
How A Consultation Helps Study Permit Applications
Our immigration lawyers and consultants are able to use their expertise in this area to provide you with tips to increase the likelihood of success of your Canadian study permit application. They will be able to identify the potential risks or weaknesses in your application that could result in a refusal of application, and provide you with strategies available to reduce the risk of refusal of your Canadian study permit application.
Additionally, the lawyers and consultants will review your off-campus work options that are available during study, as well as provide you with insight about the study programs that enable you to apply for post graduate work permits.
What If Your Study Permit Was Previously Rejected?
Our immigration lawyers and consultants offer feedback on rejections. Their good understanding of the top reasons that study permits get refused helps. They will be able to comment on ways to improve your next Canadian study permit application, and provide you with strategies that will increase your chances of receiving a positive outcome on your next application. Prior rejections do not mean you cannot get one but you must ensure a new application is done properly.
Your long term immigration goals are important
We understand that you might have long term immigration goals such as post graduate work or transitioning from a student to a permanent resident and we will give you useful information regarding this process and what would be most suitable in your circumstances. We provide comments on ways you can leverage your Canadian study permit to achieve your specific long term immigration goals.
How to move forward with your application?
During the consult we give you the most important information regarding a study permit application and the necessary supporting documentation. After the consultation the lawyer or consultant sends you an email with resources available to help you complete your application.
Good For Canadians
Foreign students coming to Canada is not only good for the foreign students, and their home country once they return. Many education institutions have study abroad exchange programs. Canadians benefit from foreign students as well. Having foreign students in the classroom adds a richness, foreign experience and perspective that Canadian students would otherwise not have. Further, foreign students pay the actual cost of education which help the educational institution. A Canadian study permit helps the Canadian government control who enters the county. Canada has very specific program requirements that must be met before a Canadian study permit is issued.
The benefits of retaining a lawyer or consultant to do your application for you
The lawyers and consultants complete your entire study permit application for you as well, if you choose to hire us. This is very beneficial because they are responsible for your application from start to finish. They use their expertise and knowledge to ensure the government is provided all necessary supporting documentation and they help you build a strong application. Asking the lawyer or consultant questions that you may not be sure about during this process is another benefit of retaining them to assist in this process.
After a consultation, if retained to complete your application, we may discount part of the consultant fee from the price.