Q.1) What are the chances of a student visa getting rejected?
According to reports, the total number of Study Permit Applications from India that were rejected and processed in 2021 and 2022 were 91,439 and 225,402, respectively. The refusal rate was nearly 41%. In the case of India, the number of PR applications stands at 96,378, and the number of temporary residence applications is 430,286.
Q.2) How do I not get rejected for a student visa?
- Always present yourself professionally and ensure your responses are appropriate and in line with the interviewer's inquiries.
- Be sincere and polite while answering questions about your intended academic location during the student visa interview.
- Effective at articulating your interest in the course you wish to enrol in, as well as your prior academic performance and other details.
- Be adaptable and versatile when responding to interview questions because anything might be unconventional.
Q.3) How to convince visa officer for student visa?
Misbehaviour leads to nowhere; the interviewer is in a position of power and comes from years of experience; ensure you are on your best behaviour and use appropriate language, and have respectful body language. Do not treat them like your friend!!
Q.4) Can I get visa after refusal?
Yes!! It's always possible to reapply and be better prepared for the next interview.
Q.5) What is the difference between refused and denied visa?
If you are refused a visa, you have done something wrong that has gone on your permanent record. Visa rejection means something is missing from your application and you have to resubmit it. Refusal and denial letters are interchangeable; visa rejections are not.