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What will happen to my visa if I defer my studies?

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    University of Ottawa

    University of Ottawa

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    When it comes to deferring your studies and the impact it might have on your student visa, the best thing you could do is communicate with us at the University of Ottawa, as well as the Immigration Refugee and Citizenship Canada website, or ARCC, as both these sources of information will have the latest news you need to know regarding student visas.

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    Curtin University

    Curtin University

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    If you choose to defer your studies, we will have to cancel your confirmation of enrollment, which will have visa implications, you would then have to reapply for a new one when you're ready to come back to study with this.

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    Full Sail University

    Full Sail University

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    If your plan, for example, is to come to full sale university and you get a visa approved and then something happens, you can defer your studies. If you haven't entered the United States yet, once you come to the US, you will have to start your program within 30 days of entering the country.

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