Student visa to Canada and immigration intentions.

Student visa to Canada and immigration intentions.
Is it worth it to show your immigration intentions when interviewing an immigration officer if you are going to visit Canada as a tourist or go there to study. How does the Canadian government treat immigrants.
Hello, dear friends. There was a question of a practical nature regarding obtaining a student visa. Iā€™m asked if the immigration officer will correctly speak in an interview when he receives a student visa stating that a person has immigration intentions, that he intends after studying to stay in Canada and live as resident and then as a citizen; how right or wrong this is; or vice versa, you need to convince the officer that you are not going to immigrate.
I would say that when you receive a student visa, as well as a tourist visa, you have to show the officer in every possible way that you have absolutely no immigration intentions, that your only task or goal is to come to visit or study, and then come back. Because ā€“ once again I repeat my idea, and not only my, in fact, ā€“ the task of the immigration officer to make sure that as few people come to Canada and stay here as immigrants; of people who are especially incomprehensible in the sense that the Canadian state did not eliminate them, did not select them as candidates for immigration, etc. That is, Canada is undoubtedly interested in immigrants coming to it, but Canada wants to take these most candidates, do the selection personally and, accordingly, be confident in this choice and selection, you know?
Once again I return to the above question. If you go to an embassy interview and communicate with an immigration officer, do not say that when you apply for tourism and study, you are not going to immigrate because it is, firstly, a violation of visa conditions, because initially you will only issue visas for tourism or study; and secondly, I repeat once again that if you want to immigrate, then, in the opinion of the Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration or immigration officer, you will have to submit documents specifically for immigration, not for study or for a tourist trip. Therefore, only on business, only on tourism or only on tourist issues, you must communicate with an immigration officer.
Everything, the question answered. I wish you all the best and good-bye.
You can emigrate to Canada in a variety of ways, for example:
& mdash; Use the program for skilled workers. To do this, you must meet several requirements: it is good to know English or French, to have higher education, work experience in your specialty, etc.
& mdash; Move through the provincial program, for example, Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba or Quebec.
& mdash; Enroll in a Canadian college or language course. You will master a new profession, get local experience and this will help in the future to obtain a Canadian passport.
& mdash; If you do not know how to file documents and want to be sure of the result, contact immigration lawyers. They will help you to immigrate to Canada quickly and in the most beneficial way for you.
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