SPP is nothing but Student Partners Program for the Indian students for studying in Canada. The Canada SPP is basically a joint pilot project between CIC or is Citizenship and Immigration Canada’s visa offices in India and ACCC that is the Association of Canadian Community Colleges. Canada has been particularly very famous for the successful Student Partners Program which had been launched by the Government of Canada. This program is extremely common among the Indian students because of the fact that this program plays a vital role easing the overall process of procuring student visa. At the same time, the Student Partners Program takes pride in high visa success rate ratio.
But at the end of the previous year, the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada or IRCC has made a few changes to the Student Partners Program that existed has resulted in the creation of a lot of confusion among the Indian students. Getting a proper guide in this regard would be certainly very helpful to the students in clearing out the confusion about the changes that has been made to the SPP program.
The changes so made to the Student Partners Program that existed are not very major for the Indian students. But at this point of time, it is to be kept in mind that what are the differences between Student Partners Program or SPP that existed and the present Study Direct Stream or SDS.
The Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada or IRCC has notified that all of the changes mentioned above will be applicable to all the study permits to the nation of Canada which are received from the 1st of February 2018 irrespective of the date of the letter of offer. Hence, keeping these changes in mind will help the Indian students to get the study visa to Canada with convenience.