7 Must-Have Documents For Canada Student Visa Applications

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If you want to enrol in academic, professional, or vocational training at a university, college, or other educational institution in Canada, you must obtain a Student Visa before entering the country.

When they arrive in Canada, students are granted this permission to study. But a student must first apply for a Temporary Resident Visa, which is granted by the Canadian High Commission and made possible via the Visa Application Centers.

You must travel to Canada with the Letter of Introduction and all necessary documentation. At the airport, you must present your passport and the letter of introduction and have them validated. Only then will you be granted a study permit.

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List of Documents Required For Canada Student Visa

After receiving the college’s Proof of Acceptance, you should submit an application for a student visa. To apply for a student visa for Canada, you must provide the following documents;

  1. Proof of Acceptance
  2. Passport-size Photographs
  3. Medical Report
  4. Passport
  5. Proof of Funds
  6. Credit Card For Visa Application Fee
  7. Other Documents

1. Proof of Acceptance

A letter of acceptance from the college or institute you plan to attend is required. It must be a designated learning institution. You would additionally need a Québec Acceptance Certificate (CAQ) if you were to file for Quebec.

2. Passport-size Photographs

  • For Online Visa Applications: For an online application, you need a digital passport-size photo that shouldn’t be more than 4MB in size.
  • For Offline Visa Applications: If you opt to submit your application offline, you’ll need two compliant passport-sized pictures. Ideally, the picture is no older than six months.

A consistent neutral face expression, a plain background, and no headgear are further requirements. Only headgear worn for religious purposes is accepted.

3. Medical Report

An authorized medical professional must conduct an immigration medical examination (IME) on you. One week before starting your visa application, you should make an appointment with one of the recommended doctors to come in for a checkup.

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Your doctor will send CIC (Central Information Commission) the results of your medical examination.

4. Passport

Your passport must be valid for the entire estimated time you will be in Canada. If you are travelling to Canada to study there, your passport needs to be valid for the full two years.

5. Proof of Funds

You must have enough money to pay for our living expenses and education at the present time. The Canadian Immigration Department estimates that you will require at least 10,000 Canadian dollars (about ₹6,18,708) for each year of your residence.

If you are applying in Quebec, the sum is higher, at about ₹6,80,579 (11,000 Canadian dollars). Additionally, you need to show that you have funds enough to cover your return fare.

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6. Credit Card For Visa Application Fee

The visa application fee is 150 Canadian dollars, or roughly Rs. 9280, and it must be paid with a credit card. The system only accepts credit cards; debit cards are not accepted

It must be noted that it’s not necessary for it to be your credit card, anyway. You may use your parents’ cards if you have their express consent.

7. Other Documents

  • You are required to submit an essay detailing the goals of your trip as well as your choice of particular college.
  • You would have had to submit your English language proficiency score as well in order to confirm your admission to the Canadian University.
  • Tests like the TOEFL and IELTS are accepted. Although not required, these resources are highly recommended.

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