Canada visa delays: Indian embassy issues guidelines for students, here’s everything you need to know

The Indian High Commission in Ottawa has urged the Canadian authorities to “expedite the processing of visa applications for students from India”. They also informed the authority that the Indian students have already “deposited the tuition fees”.

The high commission reported that officials in Ottawa and the consulates in Toronto and Vancouver are in contact with Canadian academic institutions and universities. related to the study permit application process.

According to the notice, “some institutions will offer a remote option to students who cannot come to Canada at the start of the term because they have not yet received a visa.” To find out the details of which courses will have a distance option, students can contact the institutions.

Canadian institutions have contingency plans to support students who have not received their study permits. This will help students to be present on campus when the term starts in September.

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“All affected students have been asked to submit a request for information and urgent processing through an IRCC web form for study permit applications that have been submitted and completed but have exceeded the current processing time for the Student Direct Stream (SDS) scheme,” it read. the advice

Institutions are contacting students who wish to defer their admission and suggesting options, including deferring the offer of admission to a later date, on a case-by-case basis.

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