As housing and living costs for international students have risen sharply, the federal government is now reviewing international student immigration. This comes after Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) Minister Marc Miller’s openness to reconsidering international student enrolments, especially considering concerns about fraud. Cutting study permit issuances may be regarded as anti-immigration, so IRCC does not set caps for study permits as they do for permanent residence programs. Instead, more effective measures can be taken to reduce annual student admissions to Canada significantly.