Friday, August 19, 2022

Consult universities if you have visa delays. Students in Canada

Talk to colleges if hit by visa delays: Canada to students

 NEW DELHI: A question mark holds tight whether Indian understudies will actually want to join universities in Canada in time when the scholastic meeting begins one month from now because of proceeding with visa delays. The Canadian High Commission (HC) in Delhi on Thursday exhorted Indian understudies who are yet to get their visas to talk about "choices (with varsities) would it be advisable for them they not be able to show up in time for the beginning of classes". The mission says it has gotten an "uncommon number of (understudy visa) applications".

A harried relative of one such understudy actually anticipating the visa said: "My more youthful sibling has his takeoff planned one week from now and is yet to get the visa. His college has offered him a breathing space of one month, else he should stand by one more year. This deferral is generally sad."

In a progression of tweets on Thursday, the HC said: "Visa candidates: We realize that countless you have encountered huge stand by times with your applications. We comprehend many have not gotten visa choices and have needed to change itinerary items, in spite of having applied a little while or months ahead of time. We comprehend your dissatisfaction and frustration and need to guarantee you that we are attempting to advance the circumstance. Truth be told, we have been handling applications consistently, including concentrate on grants for the September 2022 admission."

"A huge number of understudies in India are accepting their visas every week. We will keep on really bending over backward to decrease stand by times against an uncommon volume of utilizations got. The ongoing handling time for concentrate on license applications internationally is twelve weeks. We While handling times in India have been higher in 2022, we are bending over backward to lessen stand by times in our administrations worldwide," it said.

A Canadian HC representative had told TOI on Tuesday: "Canada has seen a spike in the quantity of study grant applications this year. In the initial five months of 2022, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) got around 1,23,500 review license applications from Indian occupants or 55% more than during a similar period in 2019, preceding the pandemic."

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