One of the reasons for getting your study permit refused is having a poor study plan. A study plan aka Statement of Purpose Letter or Letter of Explanation details your intentions to study in Canada. Your Study Plan can be the dealmaker or deal breaker in your Study Permit application.
In today's video, we will go over another study permit refusal case of an applicant who got refused due to a poor study plan. Hopefully, you can gain insight and helpful tips on what to do (or NOT do) on your Study Plan. Hope you like it!
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Case Citation: Binu v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), 2021 FC 743 (CanLII)
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0:00 Mini Vlog
4:34 Reasons for Refusal
7:10 Suggestions for Improvement
Study Permit Refused even with $40,000 POF and Strong SOP: https://youtu.be/_CCLHcS2RRc
Study Permit Refused even with a strong SOP: https://youtu.be/IzVFt4Mhpmg
Study Permit Refused even with $60,000 POF: https://youtu.be/LmK1NhFHlHk
Study Permit Refused? Do This Next!: https://youtu.be/CpxhIJqsZ8s
Study Permit Refused with $24,000 POF?: https://youtu.be/_CWy6bLoi30
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