For your covenience, below are the 9 steps of your entire application of Canadian Student visa
1. Get and print the student visa application package:
The student visa application package includes the application guide and all the forms you need to fill out. You can download and print the applications package from the following link of CIC
Depending on your citizenship or where you live, you might require a temporary resident visa in addition to a study permit. Verify the List of chosen countries in the Related Links part at the foot of this page. If you are from one of the chosen countries, a visa officer will practice your application for a temporary resident visa at the similar time. You do not require an additional application.
2. Discover how long it takes to finalize your Canada Student Visa application:
You can find this information on official website of Canadian immigration i.e. cic.gc.ca, this will give you a plan on how long it will take to finalize your application.
3. Determine where you will submit your application:
You should submit your request to the visa office that is in charge for the country or region where you live.
4. Gather the documents you need to submit an application:
Following are documents you need to submit with your Canadian student visa application
1. Proof of acceptance
2. Proof of identity
3. Proof of financial support
4. Letter of explanation
5. Complete your application for a study permit:
Fill in the forms carefully and completely. Consider the following guidelines while completing your study permit application
• Answer all questions carefully, completely and truthfully. Incomplete application packages will not be processed, but will be returned to you.
• Type or print clearly, using black ink.
• Add appropriate characters for languages that do not use the Latin alphabet, such as Chinese, Arabic, Cyrillic, Japanese, Hebrew, etc.
6. Pay the correct processing fee:
Currently the fee of student visa of Canada is 125 Canadian Dollars. The processing fee will not be refunded, even though your application is rejected.
7. Check your application:
Confirm your application is complete and that you take in all the necessary documents.
8. Submit the application form:
Sign and date the application form, and be confident you take in the receipt for the processing fee. Put forward the application form to the Canadian visa office that serves the country or region where you reside.
9. Supply further information or documents:
After the visa office take delivery of your application, it may request more information or documents.
These documents may include the following:
If you desire to study in Canada, you and any family members who come to Canada with you, and who are 18 years of age and over, might have to give police certificates.
In the majority of cases, you will call for a medical examination. A visa officer will mail you instructions if you require a medical examination. This might add more than three months to the processing time of your request.