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Why study permits get refused?
Here we are going to look at the cases from the IRCC perspective. We use the IRPA (Immigration and Refugee Protection Act) and IRPR (Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations) to answer this question.
1- Applicant will leave Canada after completion of studies [R.216(1)(b)]: If the officer concludes that the applicant may not leave the country after completion of his/her studies, then the application would be refused. The test is “Balance of probabilities” which means the officer will check a series of facts, including:
That is why it is important to show to the officer your ties to your home country. Unfortunately, not much can be done about items 2&3. I don’t think any applicant can stop a war, or improve the economy of a country.
2- Intent [R.219(1)]: Officer will check to see if the applicant has the real intention to study in Canada or not. That will include:
None of the above 2~4 will necessarily cause an application to be refused if the applicant has a sensible, reasonable and well-documented justification for that.
3- The learning institution MUST be a Designated Learning Institution (DLI) [R.216(1)(e)]: All primary and secondary schools are DLI by nature. Other post-secondary institutions must be a DLI so the applicant can apply for a study permit and they must have their own DLI number. You can find/search for the DLIs here: