If you have applied for your Canada student visa, you must be busy collecting your documents or arranging for an admission fee. It is important to ensure everything gets done at a right time so that you do not meet with last minute hassle. In this article, the experts of Kingsway Immigration will share important things that you need to know if you have already applied for Canada study visa.
Pay Admission Fee– Pay the fees immediately after you have received your admission fees. Acceptance letter gives you a peace of mind that you are eligible for the course, but in any case, it does not confirm your seat in that course. Therefore, to confirm or reserve your seat in the course, it is critical that you pay the fees as soon as possible.
Meet Photo Specifications– There are several photo requirements that you are required to meet when applying for a Canada study visa. The photograph should be colored and the face should be visible. The background of the photograph should be light so that the features are distinguishable against the background for better visibility.
Medical Examination- All visa applicants are required to appear for medical examination from a designated medical practitioner. The candidates are required to submit their medical examination documents atleast one week before submitting the student visa application in the CHC.
Consider Wire Transfer– We advise you to discuss your details with your visa filling team and only pay the tuition fees via bank draft unless you are advised to do so. The tuition fee should be paid via Wire Transfer directly from your bank. Always mention your details such as student name, DOB, passport number, etc. when you transfer the fee.
Kingsway Immigration is a team of highly experienced and skilled professionals having years of experience in the industry. We have been servicing the needs of the clients from last many years. We have highly skilled and educated staff members who are well-versed in their fields. We have a high visa success rate and have been helping the clients to get their visas granted.