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Steps for Getting A Study Permit

It is not compulsory to use an Authorized/Paid representative for your visa application. Detailed information on visa/study permit can be found on Government of Canada's website. However, if you need a representative, we can provide referral to trusted Immigration Consultant that will assist you with your application. The steps involved has been summarized below:

Step 1

Gather Document

Gather all the documents needed for the application.

Step 2

Submit Document

Submit the application and all the required supporting documents. Application is not considered complete until the application fee is paid.

Step 3


Give biometrics. Students will receive a letter indicating when and how to give their biometrics after submitting their application.

Step 4

In-Person Interview

If required, students must attend an in-person interview and/or send any additional documentation that may be requested after the application is processed.

Step 5

Additional Information

Find out what additional information the student might need to submit.

Step 6

Letter of Introduction

The student will receive a Letter of Introduction (LOI) from the visa office once their application is approved. This letter confirms approval of the study permit and is used to obtain a study permit once you arrive in Canada. Along with the LOI, students also receive an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) or a visitor visa at that time, which they will need to enter Canada.

Step 7

Stamp Passport

Send their Passport to the visa office to get the visa stamped.