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I applied for a Canada study visa last month but after some time I got a refusal on the basis of following reasons:

  1. level of establishment
  2. language
  3. financial ability
  4. you are not genuine student

Please tell what should I write for level of establishment reason. Please give me a positive response as soon as possible.

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    "Level of establishment" might mean the examiner thought the school was inappropriate (either too advanced, or too basic, or too expensive) to plausibly comport with your own circumstances, study history, or finances. – DavidSupportsMonica Apr 3 at 19:30
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    ‘Level of establishment’ could mean that the institution you’re applying to is not on the approved list canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/… – Traveller Apr 4 at 15:55
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    Or maybe you could try google. It (apparently) means how established the applicant is in his home country, e.g. owns property, parents have good jobs etc. – Tomas By Apr 5 at 14:31

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