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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by makano: 4:22pm On Oct 17, 2018|
If its paper then its obvious the person isnt putting in the right Tracking number.. If its paper and he/she puts in the right tracking number and date of birth,then there shouldn't be any issue.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by vibrant99(m): 4:27pm On Oct 17, 2018|
I insist and I Continue to Insist!!!
GCMNOTES will or May have more than what was the reasons on the "white paper"...
Therefore, in physics we say , the White paper is "negligible" not "equating" GCMNOTES
They are not the same, they only follow.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by henricson(m): 4:28pm On Oct 17, 2018|
It's required for a study permit, besides a study permit is a temporary residence cause you don't have permanent residence status.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Austinpee4: 4:58pm On Oct 17, 2018|
Kriff:Well, i may agree with you in terms of the GCMS note being a detailed version of the generic letter of refusal. However, the ambiguity of the details sometimes can negate the reason(s) as ticked on the refusal letter. But be rest assured the officer would have documented how he/she reached the decision.
This is so because there are different circumstance in reaching a decision and the generic letter may not precisely capture it and a vague reason(closest in meaning) would be ticked. Purpose of visit even though most often than non concerns your intended program/visit,it may be other reasons aside that. Do not forget the main essence of questioning your purpose of visit is the inability to satisfy the VO that you the applicant would leave at the end of your study.
So @Vibrant99 submission is not out of place. He probably meant the details contained in the GCMS note appears different from the refusal letter in content and meaning. To add, say an applicant has shown very strong will of travelling to study in Canada and probably been rejected previously and suddenly reapplied with an account statement showing multiple lodgements of huge funds with uncleared source within the short period of the previous refusal and the reapplication, such application may be refused for 'purpose of visit' too as
1. It would be clear you are trying hard to get the visa without properly considering reasons for your previous refusal as well as the requirements of the study permit.
2. You likely will not return after study(This is the base point of purpose of visit).
So yes, you may be refused for purpose of visit on the generic letter and your GCMS notes are funds related. The overall circumstances of applicants is key in considering their purpose of visit, funds availability as well as their likelyhood to leave Canada at the end of study. So don't be surprised when the GCMS note is summarised from a different stance point from the generic letter of refusal. A lot would have been considered. Again, it is good to get the GCMS note after a refusal.
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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by malcom2x(m): 5:04pm On Oct 17, 2018|
Well understood to the details boss.
I really appreciate. I'm so grateful.
May your cup never run half empty. May your enemies find inner peace before they begin to beef.
Enjoy your birthday and Stay fly boss.
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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Austinpee4: 5:06pm On Oct 17, 2018|
Frankrobbn1, Happy birthday brother! Keep soaring!
Looking forward to the good news.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by SirVal94: 5:16pm On Oct 17, 2018|
Hi all!!! I safely arrived Montreal Canada three days ago. I flew Lufthansa from Lagos to Frankfurt (6 hours 30 mins), and Air Canada from Frankfurt to Montreal (7 hours 30 mins). Both flights were very smooth. At POE, I was asked why I am resuming late. I told the immigration officer that I had a visa delay, he further asked if my university is aware of my resuming late, I showed him a letter from my professor, saying he is still willing to accommodate me in his lab and allow me resume the term. When he saw the letter, he said "good, good, we are good". After that he issued my study permit. So for some of you just issued study visa, you may want to ask for a letter from from institution, permitting you to resume late.
Before exiting the airport, you'll pass through another immigration check. Those akpo people search my luggage, and collected my milk and milo . But no wahala, they can have the milk so far I enter their country. You will be asked to declare what items are in your luggage. You have to very truthful. If I was not truthful, I would have been fined, that is a very bad way of entering Canada. Don't bring meat and meat products.
Canada is simply beautiful. Canadians treat you with respect and are always ready to help you, at least that is what I have experienced so far.
For those still hoping and waiting, God go do am for you.
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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Agbons101: 5:19pm On Oct 17, 2018|
oh okay...got admitted into TRU post baccalaureate diploma for Buisness admin...3 semesters, initially it was CAD 6900 tuition fee (7600 all other starter fees included) but it was increased for winter session to CAD 9,115 because of an additional course...
[aquote author=Thekudi post=72172340]hello am really new to nairaland would have pm you, pls what's the tuition like for the course you are about doing in Thompson rivers studied microbiology but my cgp is crappy, hence getting admission for masters is tough and I want to change career part to marketing or management have 3 years experience in freelance marketing
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Pelaiye2703(m): 5:20pm On Oct 17, 2018|
Naijaforeigner:Thank you so much brother. I really appreciate your advice.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Agbons101: 5:20pm On Oct 17, 2018|
Thekudi:oh okay...got admitted into TRU post baccalaureate diploma for Buisness admin...3 semesters, initially it was CAD 6900 tuition fee (7600 all other starter fees included) but it was increased for winter session to CAD 9,115 because of an additional course...
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Kriff: 5:25pm On Oct 17, 2018|
My cap for you. Last last, everyone will be alright.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Pelaiye2703(m): 5:26pm On Oct 17, 2018|
BarristerAlarig:Thank you so much for your advice, I’ll definitely give it a good shot.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by MeinKampf: 5:36pm On Oct 17, 2018|
Frankrobbn1:for real bro.happy birthday bro
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by MeinKampf: 5:36pm On Oct 17, 2018|
Austacus:thanks and yours too
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by MeinKampf: 5:37pm On Oct 17, 2018|
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Agbons101: 5:42pm On Oct 17, 2018|
you need to be sure the school is a DLI go to cic website and search for DLI,because most schools dnt give deadline to pay fees and then be sure of the session u are defering to...to the best of my knowledge you can defer to d next session just once without paying tuition fees...u using an agent?
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Frankrobbn1: 5:50pm On Oct 17, 2018|
There is no harm filling this form and uploading it. But, it's not compulsory if you're applying for a study permit.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Frankrobbn1: 5:54pm On Oct 17, 2018|
My Grand Legend Austinpee4,... Thank you bro. You will surely hear of my good news bro. Your comments here are always one in a million. I greet you bro.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Frankrobbn1: 6:01pm On Oct 17, 2018|
Amen o. My enemies go hear this one . Thank you very much boss and I'm glad you find the little piece useful. Good luck in your application.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Frankrobbn1: 6:04pm On Oct 17, 2018|
Henceforth, I'll be giving you your maximum respect (my birth mate) . Enjoy your time bro.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Merleeklarry(m): 6:05pm On Oct 17, 2018|
The application was registered on 17th of July and the biometrics was done on 19th of July, it was through online routine, so am very confused please help me out ooo
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Senatorkolade: 6:48pm On Oct 17, 2018|
In most cases, the refusal letter a times alone may be misleading and if you follow those refusal reasons alone without the GCMS, you would likely risk another refusal except the GCMS notes carry the same word for word reasons for the generic refusal letter but how would you know?
For instance, in the refusal letter of an applicant, the following were ticked
1. Purpose of visit
2. Travel history
3. Personal assets and financial status
But the GCMS notes carry
"After careful review of the application and supporting documents provided, applicant appears to have limited economic and social ties to home country as well as limited funds seen in order to support studies and limited travel history. Study plan does not appear logical considering economic conditions and employment prospect in the applicant's home country, and taking into account factors including travel history, economic establishment, I am not not satisfied that the applicant would respect the terms of admission as a student in Canada. Based on the evidence provided I am not satisfied applicant is a genuine student who intends to study, complete the course of study in Canada and depart at the end of authorised stay. Refused. "
If this applicant had followed only the refusal letter, he would be tackling his PGD as purpose of visit reason, he would not touch limited funds concern, he would also missed the ties to home country which were not mentioned in the refusal letter but elucidated in the visa officer notes.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by seunnuga: 7:00pm On Oct 17, 2018|
Kriff:Mine is 21 weeks already. My file was completed June 5 for fall 2019. Do I write to them or I wait till November ending as you have explained?
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by JustMellow: 7:08pm On Oct 17, 2018|
Reality is not only lived through experience but also observations channelled to two routes of factual and subjective ideas, that's what builds knowledge. Not trying to attack you but clearly your words reads ignorance.
Purpose of visit relates or points to a vague reasons of understanding even down to funds. This answer is from my own personal experience.
Something like your closing remarks is what makes most people of immersed selfless knowledgeable contributions to render relent, just to safeguard self-respect.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Kriff: 7:24pm On Oct 17, 2018|
I think you should write them. It's a free world. No harm in doing so and they always reply me anytime I write them. Just look for the email address of your faculty coordinator (Undergraduate or Graduate depending on which level you're applying for). You should be able to get a tangible response.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by beeesko: 7:27pm On Oct 17, 2018|
Hello friend please I need to know the minimum found required to study in Canada for the visa to be approved. I would really appreciate your response
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by emmy4Gold: 7:38pm On Oct 17, 2018|
Frankrobbn1:thank you oga Frankrobbn1 for sharing this, I would like to know if it is just the Bio data page of the passport that is expected to be uploaded or every page of the passport.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Kriff: 7:42pm On Oct 17, 2018|
If you have travel history then you can upload every page that will show that. But you should put it in the Client Information section because it's part of your personal supporting documents.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by sleekysoft(m): 7:59pm On Oct 17, 2018|
Dear fellow comrades, you will agree with me that Canada has taught one patience
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by jnyuwa02: 8:08pm On Oct 17, 2018|
Many have reapplied without gcms notes and were still able to successfully combat previous denial. GCMS in most cases are only expanded Cliff Notes version of the reason(s) ticked in the refusal letter. They are notes in a boilerplate template from which a VO tries to customize the reason for denial as specific to a particular applicant. That is why a lot of GCMS notes sound the same. It is because they are not new notes written from scratch, but taken out of a boilerplate template. Sometimes GCMS shade some light better than the refusal letter as the one AustinPee showed. In other cases, they shade little to no light better than the refusal note. I will advice people to order for them because when they do shade better light, they can extremely be helpful. Some people by ordering their GCMS notes, have discovered errors by a VO which have often led to approval when such errors are pointed. Like someone who discovered through his gcms notes that a VO misintepreted him as been sponsored by a third party, when it was his father that was sponsoring him. This is info that refusal letter would never show. The applicant had to point out such errors which led to an approval. Sundry errors can be discovered by ordering GCMS notes. In other cases, GCMS notes only repeat what is obvious in the refusal note. It is your perogative whether to order them or not.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Labims: 8:12pm On Oct 17, 2018|
How has interactions with the natives been? Being a French speaking City..
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by beeesko: 8:14pm On Oct 17, 2018|
Hello friends please I need to know the minimum funds required to study in Canada to get the visa approved. I would really appreciate your response.
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