I am a study permit holder in Canada since May 2019. I came for May 2019 intake. I registered myself for first semester but never attended any classes because I got sick. I had a mental stress condition and got admitted in hospital for a week. Resultantly, I took deferral from my first program and waited for next intake. Now, I am applying for my study permit extension in Canada. I am currently enrolled in first semester of my program started in May 2020. Will there be any problem in my study permit extension?
You will have to provide the maximum supporting documents for your medical condition i.e. medical reports, hospital admission record, letter from the doctor mentioning sickness, medicine prescription, expense bills related to treatment etc. You will need to submit your college deferral letter as well as a proof of proper conduct with the educational institution. There is no guarantee that you will get study permit approved for sure, but these document will satisfy an officer that you were not able to study in the previous terms. Also, provide the current study documents to demonstrate that you are now full-time student in Canada and following all the rules and regulations. You need to satisfy an officer about your true intentions to study in Canada by providing proper explanation of your interruptions in study since you came to Canada.