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Is it compulsory to show liquid money for Canadian student visa?
Asked by: sweena
Posted on Tue, 8 Jul 2008 16:52:34 GMT
Is there any compulsion to show liquid money in Canadian embassy regarding student visa or can we also show property? Some people use to show fake funds, is that possible? Does embassy officer enquire on this issue?
Liquid assets are compulsory to apply for Canadian student visa. With liquid assets you can assure the immigration officers that you have funds which can readily be used to pay for your living and studies in Canada. Along with liquid assets you must show other property certificates which prove you’ll never go short of money.
Using fake financial documents is quite common is some Asian and African countries. But immigration office is getting stricter day by day so there is higher possibility of getting caught despite the fact that many obtain visa with fake documents. Once caught, you may be handed over to police and your visit to Canada may be restricted for a lifetime.
Kumar answered 9 years and 7 months ago
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