Visa and Immigration

As Educational Consultants, we are not authorised to provide advice on Canada’s immigration process. We will assist you collecting all documents required to obtain study permit for yourself and your eligible family members. If you are not comfortable with applying for your visa and study permit by yourself then we recommend that you work with immigration consultants who can be hired to assist you in the process. We work with a group of trusted consultants who we are happy to recommend to you.

Documents Required for Canadian Student Visa Application

Here’s a checklist of the documents you’d need to apply for a Canadian study permit:

  1. Letter of acceptance from a Canadian educational institute with a valid DLI (Designated Learning Institute) number. You will be required to attach the original letter. All our educational partners have registered DLI numbers and their Letter of acceptance is fully recognized.

  2. Valid proof of identity for every single person accompanying the family, including recent passport size photos, their name and date of birth.

  3. Proof of financial support according to which you must prove that you can support yourself and all your family members while in Canada. This would include your bank account details with a Canadian bank, bank account details for the past four months, proof of loan details secured from a financial institution as a student, among others.

  4. Letter of explanation, with details about why you are applying for a study permit, even though you may not need one. Having a study permit also gives you the freedom to work part time on campus as a full-time student. At the same time, if you wish to continue studying in Canada, you can apply to renew the permit while living in Canada. You don’t have to leave the country to get it renewed.

Tips Before Coming

Did you just get accepted by one of our educational partners to study in Canada? Congratulations! Now here’s a checklist of things you need to complete before arriving in Canada to make your transition as quick and as smooth as possible.

  • Prepare your resume (create an account on
  • Book your onboarding package if needed
  • Learn about Canada (laws, college policies, etc.)
  • Enhance your English skills
  • Arrange your accommodation
  • Register for your classes
  • Confirm your travel information