Study Permits Applicants Do Not Have to Pay Tuition, Says Federal Court
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Study Permits Applicants Do Not Have to Pay Tuition, Says Federal Court

Peter Fey

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In the case of Tehrani v. Canada, the Federal Court determined that applicants for study permits do not have to pay all or part of their tuition expenses (Citizenship and Immigration). Iranian national Tehrani applied for a study permit after being admitted to a degree in project management at a university in Toronto. The immigration official rejected Tehrani’s application for a study permit because she was unconvinced that he would depart Canada after his permitted stay expired. The court explained that in order to be exempt from paying tuition under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (IRPR), a candidate must simply show that they have been admitted to a course of study.

It is not necessary for the applicant to provide proof that any or all tuition has been paid. Instead, IRPR just needs the person to demonstrate that they have the resources to cover tuition and other costs. The officer’s decision to deny Tehrani’s study permission was deemed irrational by the court because it lacked explanation and failed to consider the evidence Tehrani had presented.

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How to Apply For a Study Permit

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has significantly boosted the number of study permits it issues in recent years. A record-breaking 551,405 foreign students from 184 nations came to Canada in 2022. There were 807,750 foreign students in Canada with legitimate study visas as of the end of 2022. After a school has accepted you in writing, you can apply for a study permit.

To qualify for the study permit, the eligibility requires:

  • Provide proof of having enough money to pay for the first year of tuition, living costs, and return travel to his or her native country;
  • If he or she wants to study in Quebec, they must get a Certificat d’acceptation du Quebec (also known as a CAQ). a spotless record Candidates having a criminal history can be rejected;
  • An applicant may be asked by IRCC to submit a police clearance certificate. possess good health;
  • In addition to proving to the immigration officer that the applicant would leave Canada at the conclusion of the study permit-authorized stay.
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How to Prepare a Strong Study Permit Application?

IRCC may ask them to perform a medical examination. Applications for study permits may be accepted or rejected at the discretion of immigration officers. For approval, a few recommendations are as follows:

  • Providing a transparent, logical transition in academics from prior learning to Canadian learning. demonstrate financial stability with appropriate documentation;
  • Describe any gaps in your education. Make it clear that you intend to depart Canada after your studies are finished;

Add any further supporting information that might persuade the official evaluating your application of your eligibility.

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