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Get Study Permit Faster

As the beginning of the school year draws near, we are getting an ever increasing number of inquiries from our clients about how to quick track a Canadian report grant application. The handling time for concentrate on grants changes from 2 weeks to 90 days, contingent upon which country you present your application from. Thusly, we prescribe permitting somewhere in the range of one to four months to present your application.

For our clients who need a review grant quicker because of the inescapable termination of their ongoing status, we recommend taking a gander at the Understudy Direct Stream. In the Understudy Direct Stream, qualified worldwide understudies get quicker handling for concentrate on grants. The handling time can be just 20 schedule days.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE FOR THE STUDENT DIRECT STREAM?

To be eligible for faster processing, applicants must meet the following requirements: 

  • be a legal resident living in:
    • Pakistan (as of July 26th, 2019)
    • China
    • India
    • The Philippines, or
    • Vietnam
  • Have an acceptance letter from a post-secondary designated learning institution (DLI)
  • Prove that you’ve paid the tuition fees for your first year of study
  • Live outside of Canada when you apply
  • Have a Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC) of $10,000 CAD
  • Have a Certificat d’acceptation du Québec from the Ministère de l’Immigration, de la Diversité et de l’Inclusion, if you’re planning to study in Quebec
  • Get a medical exam before you apply (if needed)
  • Get a police certificate before you apply (if needed)
  • Have a language test result that shows
    • A score of 6.0 or higher in each skill (reading, writing, speaking, and listening) for IELTS
    • A TEF score that is equal to a CLB score of 7 in each skill (reading, writing, speaking, and listening)

HOW TO APPLY TO THE STUDENT DIRECT STREAM

There is no paper application available for the Student Direct Stream, so you must apply online. Before you submit your application, make sure you have:

  • The Instruction Guide to fill out your forms 
  • A scanner or camera to create electronic copies of your documents
  • A valid credit or debit card to pay with 

To get the application directions, you should choose the country from which you are applying. After you present your application, you really want to give your biometrics and pay the biometrics charge.

Then, your application will enter the processing phase, which takes approximately 20 days to complete. 

On the off chance that your application is supported, you’ll get a letter of presentation and either an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) or a Guest Visa (temporary resident visa), contingent upon your expectation to enter Canada.

HOW TO GET FASTER PROCESSING IF YOU’RE INELIGIBLE FOR THE STUDENT DIRECT STREAM 

If you are ineligible for the Student Direct Stream, we recommend following a few key steps to ensure that your application is processed as quickly as possible.

  1. Submit your application online or at a Visa Application Centre. 
  2. Submit your application as early as possible. If you are applying from a country with a slower visa office, it’s best to allow as much time as possible for your application to be processed. 
  3. Include all the information IRCC asks for. Refer to the document checklist and be sure to submit every piece of required information to avoid delays in processing. 
  4. Inform IRCC of any changes to the personal information listed on your application. Update your information with IRCC as needed (i.e. your name, address, contact information, family situation, etc.).
  5. Get your medical exam and your police clearance as soon as possible. Avoid delays and get your medical exam done and collect a police certificate prior to submitting your application. You can submit the results with your application to save time. 
  6. Provide clear and legible photocopies and documents. If the visa officer cannot read your documents clearly, your application will take longer to process. 
  7. Provide certified English or French translations of original documents that you submit in other languages. 
  8. Tell the truth on your application. It will take more time to process your application if extensive cross-referencing is required in order to prove the validity of your claims. 
  9. Pay all of the required fees on time. If you don’t pay the required fees in a timely manner and in adherence to the requirements outlined by IRCC, your application may be delayed.