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Should my parents show some fund to sponsor me for Canadian visa?
Asked by: maddar
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Posted on Fri, 26 Sep 2008 10:08:18 GMT
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I have done BTech and Iím applying for related course in Canada. But in funds, my parents canít show anything. My sister and her husband are sponsoring me and Iíll also take education loan. So, is it compulsory for my parents to show money? What would be success percentage? Thanks.
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Your parents shouldnít compulsorily sponsor you. If fund youíre going to show (through your sister and her husband) is sufficient for studying and living in Canada, no additional fund is required. But students who are sponsored by their own parents have higher chance for obtaining a visa.

Anyone can be your sponsor. But make sure, person whoís sponsoring you have enough funds and good income so the immigration officers will get convinced that they can support your life and studies while you are in Canada.

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