Most of the time, applicants will receive a letter from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) explaining the reasons for the rejection. Application for a study visa may be rejected by IRCC for a number of typical causes, such as:
the ability to support yourself financially while studying in Canada;
the ability to pass the required medical examination;
the ability to persuade the immigration officer that the applicant's primary reason for coming to Canada is to study;
and/or the ability to persuade the immigration officer that the applicant will depart Canada once their study period is over.
The following options may be available to applicants, depending on the justification for the refusal: either draft a new application taking into consideration the reasons for the rejection; or ask a lawyer for assistance with an official review of the decision.
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