No. Because we have to upload original filled form.
Yes, With the Academic documents you can upload, also upload the SOP with Document or in Client Information section – we can upload additional documents.
PDF format, clear original scan copy (Notary not require) and the PDF size should be not more than 4 MB.
No, But it is strongly recommended to take from Student for your reference because we have to mention in the main visa form.
It’s Scotiabank because it is a Canadian government bank and having multiple branches in almost all the cities in Canada.
(2) ICICI Bank Canada
(3) CIBC Bank .
(4) SBI Canada
GIC (Guaranteed Investment Certificate) is used to cover initially 1 year cost of living for the students who are going to Canada on a study visa.
You can mention your first name in both the Surname and First name fields.
You can mention Start date of Intake (For e.g. If intake is September you can mention Start date as – 1st Sep).
You will get the Account details immediately once you submit the GIC online application, By using this details student can pay the GIC amount.
– First, you have to create a login detail by registering online.
– The student will receive an email with the verification link, verify it.
– Then Visit the login page and log in with the credential you have created.
– Click on “Apply now “
No. Paying GIC is mandatory under SDS as well as Non-SDS categories.
There is no such comparison between the two visa categories. If you have a score of 6.0 bands in each section in IELTS, have paid the first year’s tuition fee and the GIC (Guaranteed Investment Certificate), you become eligible to apply under Student Direct Stream (SDS). In fact, SDS category provides you with the choice of applying to more number of Colleges and Universities.
There is no such news or official confirmation from Government of Canada or Immigration Canada. In fact, Canadian Government plans to welcome 1.3 million immigrants by 2022.
Canada is attracting a good number of students from all over India and is fast emerging as a preferred destination for higher education for overseas students, not just from India but from the entire world. And the aim of SPP, which is an administrative framework designed and implemented in partnership between the Canadian visa offices in India and Colleges and Institutes Canada (CIC), is to provide a faster and more efficient student visa application process.