When your application for a study permit for Canada is received, it is checked to make sure that is has been completed and that all the necessary documents are included. If your application is not complete, it will be returned to you without processing.
After reviewing your application for a study permit for Canada, a visa officer may decide that an interview with you is required. If so, you will be notified of the time and place.
If your application for a study permit for Canada is turned down, your passport and documents will be returned to you, unless the documents are fraudulent. You will also be given an explanation of why your application was refused. If you have questions about the refusal of your application, contact the visa office which issued the refusal letter.
If your application for a study permit is accepted, you will be sent a letter of introduction confirming the acceptance. Bring this letter of acceptance with you to show to immigration officials when you enter Canada.
If you are from a country which requires a temporary resident visa, a temporary resident visa will be issued to you. The temporary resident visa is an official document placed in your passport. The expiry date on the temporary resident visa is the day by which you must enter Canada. The temporary resident visa will also show whether you can enter Canada only once or whether you can enter Canada multiple times.