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|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 7:07pm On Sep 06|
Fast. Big congratulations.
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 7:05pm On Sep 06|
Leaving your kids behind to accompany your spouse MAY not be the best or wise decision for her application. I am of the OPINION that either put in a family application if you and your spouse's economic, social, and financial establishments are well-sufficient and balanced or let your spouse put in a sole application.
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|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 7:01pm On Sep 06|
It takes nothing to include a bank reference for an account. Including one or not is a discretional consideration for the officers to assess based on the financial and economic submissions provided.
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 6:55pm On Sep 06|
You can consider courses like:
• IT Business Data Analytics
• Strategic Marketing Communication
• Strategic Relationship Management
• Digital Marketing
• Business Analysis
• Business Development Sales and Management
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 6:49pm On Sep 06|
It will be best to stick to freelancing as a software engineer paid with crypto as a primary income source, which prompts you to become a part-time crypto trader in exchange for circular currency. Then provide proof. Ensure that you provide enough documentation to justify your employment as a freelancer to be reliable and stable.
Also, extensively explain how getting paid in crypto, which is the official payment currency of the tech company you freelance for, has impacted your inflows to accumulate to a historical sitting bank balance. Whatever you do, show the provenance of the funds after conversion into your bank account.
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 7:17pm On Sep 04|
Since you've given the medical since 2 weeks ago, then IRCC has the result. IRCC could be very slow in updating medicals recently. If you were given the e-Medical slip, send it via the webform. Everything is fine relax.
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 7:10pm On Sep 04|
You have nothing to worry about, your age is okay to study in a program that demonstrates progression from your previous academic study or a course that shows a correlation with your current work experience.
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 8:06pm On Sep 01|
I have been well too, thanks. Continue to prosper.
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 8:00pm On Sep 01|
This is only a suggestion for your consideration. If evidence can be provided regarding the N15m deposited once in the account, maybe from a contract award or investment proceeds, it shouldn't be a problem. All that is required is a justifiable reason for using a newly created account to receive the funds.
In the case that proof cannot be presented, go with only the savings account whilst including sufficient documentation to support the existence and activities of the business. You don't have to move the funds from the current account to the savings account to be used for your application.
If for a reason your father's bank cannot charge the corporate account to pay the tuition, move the funds to another savings account then pay the fees from there. Unlike Ireland, Canada doesn't require international students to use the same account for the application purpose to pay for the tuition fees as a demonstration of the legitimacy of the funds. Considering your program is 4 years, try your best to offset the 1st year tuition.
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 7:45pm On Sep 01|
It will be best for your friend to use the name on the passport. An affidavit of name correction can be sworn to support the wrong name entry on the WAEC certificate.
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 7:42pm On Sep 01|
Most times, the correspondence letter is not asked at the point of entry but if it should in your case, you can present the PPR letter, if by the time of your travel, the COR letter doesn't drop in your online account. Just explain to the CBSA officer when asked that the letter wasn't received.
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 7:37pm On Sep 01|
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 7:36pm On Sep 01|
Best to opt for a study related to your current experience line. If it is related to Estate Management, a Project Management course should be ideal.
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 7:31pm On Sep 01|
Most likely if it does not demonstrate a study progression or correlation.
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 10:45am On Aug 31|
GIC helps to show the availability and accessibility of funds. It's not a ground for possible approval consideration or demonstrating reliable income source(s), which needs to be proven.
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 10:36am On Aug 31|
If he can prove his employability in his country and have sufficient funds to swallow any incurred expenses for the duration of their stay and for future use, and can demonstrate the travel intent won't throw the family into indebtedness; applying for the SOWP route won't be an issue. The modern world has been structured to put family beyond financial gains, even if it is required to care for the family's well-being.
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 10:27am On Aug 31|
Having so many loopholes for the officer to take advantage of will make justifying your genuine study intent tedious. If you intend to declare your ongoing study, do so as a training certification and pick a study in a PGD/C course. It will be easy to tell the officer of your career intention and why it is important to build on your practical training academically. Also, it will be best if your third-thirty sponsor liquidates your first-year study fees.
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 10:16am On Aug 31|
Stay focused and determined. Having a huge closing bank balance most times does not guarantee the success of an application. Irrespective of the sitting balance, irregular inflows, lump sum deposits, not including PA's personal bank statement as well as sufficient proof of income means and inability to show tangible proof of relationship, if a third-party sponsor was used, can cause an application to be refused based on financial grounds. You can consider requesting your notes as the first step to reapply.
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 10:04am On Aug 31|
The reason your application was not successfully withdrawn, after the request was submitted, is because a decision has been reached. Applications that have been finalized or have an eligibility review already started cannot be withdrawn.
If an application was approved based on induced error (oversight from the officer or discovered misrepresentation), the approval can be rescinded if after reopening for a secondary review eligibility is failed.
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 9:57am On Aug 31|
Fill in the correct information in the IMM form and give satisfying reasons as to why the initial information was declared so. You can likewise apply for her through the Spouse or Common-law Partner Open Work Permit.
You will have to provide sufficient documentation like old pictures of each other, and with each other's family maybe for social events. Proof of joint investment, bank account, business, apartment lease, etc. are also critical documentation to prove you have cohabited together for at least 1- year.
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 9:42am On Aug 31|
Good to read your post again, and how is your study going?
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 9:40am On Aug 31|
Good to know you are making progress in your new reality and how have studies been?!
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 9:35am On Aug 31|
The spouse can consider immigrating through the Federal Skill Work Program or Provincial Nominee Program. Also, the Live-in Caregiving temporary work route can be leveraged if his work line is in health-related areas and can secure a job offer letter from private (homes with a vulnerable family member who requires a care service) or public organizations responsible for the care of people classified as vulnerable groups.
In the case that the eligibility for the dittoed programs is not met, and since he already has a Master's, a Ph.D. program should be considered for easy convincing of the officer about his genuine study intent.
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 9:22am On Aug 31|
Check your IRCC Portal account. It is supposed to drop after the stamping of your passport. No need to worry if you don't find it there or drop before your departure. At the POE, just tender the PPR letter coupled with a straightforward explanation, if the CBSA agent should ask any questions regarding it. "You didn't receive the correspondence letter."
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 9:42am On Aug 30|
It will be very important for her to demonstrate a strong economic prospect in her country. A 1-year-old baby has been refused for Personal Assets & Financial Status. Her parent's/family economic establishment can be used to tie her. See below.
• A property on lease gifted to her by her either parent;
• Opening a fixed deposit in her name;
• Being a shareholder or board member in her parent or family business;
• Parent's show of investment(s) in her name;
• Business partnership with a sibling(s), parent, and/or family member;
• et cetera.
n.b. Consider paying her first-year tuition fees.
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 9:25am On Aug 30|
Check with GCMSWriters on IG.
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 9:24am On Aug 30|
First, my empathy is shared. The officer was kind enough to specifically mentioned the primary areas of concern. If you or your sponsor declared to be employed aside from owning a business, provide the employment letter, payslips (4 or 6 months), salary account, and other necessary proof of employment like the staff directory page on the employer's website, etc.
Ensure that any lump sum deposits are adequately justified and explained. This reason can also come if the transaction inflows in the presented bank statement(s) do not historically accumulate to the sitting bank balance. If this is caused by a particular reason, convincingly provide an explanation(s) for it.
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 9:12am On Aug 30|
The undoing of your application will be not to include your sponsor's bank statement, whether it is a parent or third-party sponsorship, especially when (a series of) lump sum deposits are involved. Though few applicants have been able to 'escape' for those who love taking chances.
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 9:04am On Aug 30|
If this was my situation, I would not consider a Reconsideration instead reapply. Many SP applications being refused based on "Personal Assets and Insufficient Funds/Financial Situation" has common concern of the applicant not submitting a tax clearance in the GCMS notes.
You have two options to attend to this:
1) Get a tax clearance for the past 3 years done by the appropriate authority. Also, include any govt-paid utility and/or revenue as well as the business TIN.
2) Provide the business transactional proof i.e. sales receipt, purchase invoice, contract supply, etc. and inventory record i.e. audit book (for the past 3 years), sales ledger, book-keeping entries, etc.
Add business complementary card (optional).
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by JustMellow: 8:35am On Aug 30|
Each bank has its reference letter template for embassies use. Visit your bank.
|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by JustMellow: 5:31pm On Oct 24, 2022|
As a mature applicant, it will be wise to include your personal proof of funds, especially if it is not a parent or spouse sponsorship. If it is claimed in your application to have an active business in your country, it will go a long way to help your application if you include one. Though few mature applicants have been successful without providing one, however, personal and family circumstances differ.
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|Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by JustMellow: 5:16pm On Oct 24, 2022|
You can always request an extension from your DLI, with a cogent reason(s) and substantiated proof.
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