Mar 23 | Posted By

The process of applying to the International Student Program (ISP) can turn out to be difficult and unfair to prospective students. According to Matthew Jeffery, an immigration lawyer based in Toronto, the federal government has failed to allow applicants to effectively respond to credibility concerns when their applications are rejected. Approximately 25% of prospective students who applied for study permits in Canada between 2009 and 2013 had their applications rejected. Applicants would only get vague and undetailed information explaining the reasons for refusal, which according to Matthew Jeffery, made it even more difficult for the rejected applicant to submit a new application that is likely to be approved. The Rejection Process Once an application is rejected, the immigration department would send a standard form letter…

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