Study Permit/Criminal Record

Old Feb 4th 2019, 3:02 pm
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Hello!
My question is if Study Permit applications are assessed under the same inadmissibility rules as
for example eTA or PR applications? It says in the requirements to have ‘no criminal record’, but can you still get a study permit if you have something on your record that does not render you inadmissible?
I have a simple UK caution from 2018 on my record, so I was wondering if that would automatically make me ineligible for a study permit, or would my case still be reviewed to see if I am inadmissible or not?
Thank you for your help!
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Old Feb 4th 2019, 3:11 pm
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I have given you the answer via email and also in other threads. Stop shopping around for either different answers or validation. Submit your study permit application and see what happens. If you prefer to seek a different answer then I suggest either paying for an Immigration lawyer or registered Consultant
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Default Re: Study Permit/Criminal Record

Originally Posted by Former Lancastrian View Post
I have given you the answer via email and also in other threads. Stop shopping around for either different answers or validation. Submit your study permit application and see what happens. If you prefer to seek a different answer then I suggest either paying for an Immigration lawyer or registered Consultant
^^^ What he said. All visa/permit applications are subject to the same criminal inadmissibility rules (even visitors to Canada are), but none of us can tell you for sure, you just have to apply and see what happens.

Although PLEASE don't email members asking for advice (and FL, please don't respond to those emails!) as per our sticky thread above.

Thread closed as it's essentially a duplicate.
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