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How to sponsor a brother for Canadian student visa?
Asked by: sal
Posted on Sun, 22 Jun 2008 02:15:04 GMT
My brother is in India and wants to come Canada to study. What are the rules and fees for a visa and how can I sponsor him?
First thing your brother has to do is - prepare all the documents required to apply for Canadian student visa which include:
A passport with validity of at least one year beyond expected date of course completion
Transcripts of previous academic achievements
Official letter of acceptance from Canadian university
Bank draft to pay for visa fee
Proof of English language proficiency through score card of IELTS or TOEFL
Now about sponsorship, you must write a letter stating you’ll sponsor all the costs your brother will require during his study in Canada. You must also need your legal certificates that show you’re residing legally in Canada. With a sponsorship letter, you must submit proof that you have enough funds to sponsor your brother. The proof can be a certificate of bank balance and proof of your monthly secure income.
Once you have prepared these documents send them to your brother. Now your brother can apply for a visa in Canadian High Commission. The student visa fee is currently INR 5,080 for Indian students.
visa_expert answered 9 years and 7 months ago
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