It is very important to understand the reason behind the refusal of a study permit.
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) enlists the reasons behind the refusal of the application of study permit of the Candidate in a letter. The reasons may be:
Once you know the reason of your refusal, :
If an application for a study permit is refused, the first thing to be reviewed should be the eligibility criteria. You are allowed to study in Canada with a Study Permit, but for that :
There are exceptions to the above criteria for members of foreign armed forces from certain countries, foreign nationals with Registered Indian status, and individuals who wish to undertake a short-term study program in Canada (less than six months).
Failing to secure the eligibility criteria results in refusal of study permit but, if an applicant can prove that he or she initially satisfied the criteria, he or she may have grounds to apply for a review by the Federal Court of Canada.
Generally, a lawyer applies for a judicial review on behalf of a study permit applicant.