Student Visa

Student Visa Opportunities

Applying for a Canadian Student Visa

Students from foreign countries who have applied and have been accepted into a Designated Learning Institution (DLI) can then apply for a Canadian Student Visa. This visa allows a student to come to Canada to complete a specific program for which they have been accepted into. In order for this to occur, you must have received an acceptance letter from an institution you plan to attend before you begin your application for a Canada Student Visa.

Also, you must meet the following requirements:

In some cases, you will not need a study permit to learn in Canada if:

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Extending a Student Visa or Changing It's Original Conditions

If you are interested in extending your stay in Canada you are required to complete an application requesting so. Make sure you know the expiry date of your study permit and apply before the expiry date comes up. It is recommended that you apply for an extension 30 days before your study permit expiry date. If you are interested in changing your program such as learning at a different school, you must submit an application requesting so.

Restoring the Status as a Student in Canada

If you are interested in extending your stay in Canada you are required to complete an application requesting so. Make sure you know the expiry date of your study permit and apply before the expiry date comes up. It is recommended that you apply for an extension 30 days before your study permit expiry date. If you are interested in changing your program such as learning at a different school, you must submit an application requesting so.

Working in Canada While You Study

Foreign students that are enrolled in a full-time program can work on their campus our outside of it without the need of a work permit. There are certain conditions that apply based on the location and the type of program you were accepted into.

Qualifying For a Post-Graduation Work Permit in Canada

Once you have completed your program and successfully graduated, you can qualify for the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program. The program allows graduates the ability to work in Canada for three years with an Open Work Permit. You are not required to have a job offer to acquire an Open Work Permit. Keep in mind you must apply for the Post-Graduation Work Permit before 90 days after you graduate from your program. In addition to this permit, students who have completed their education in Canada and have learned valuable work experience can apply for immigrating to Canada under the Canadian Experience Class.

Bringing Family to Canada While Studying

While you are studying in Canada you can bring your common-law partner, spouse, and dependent children to stay with you while you study. Your common-law partner or spouse will receive a Open Work Permit while you study.

To inquire on using a Student Visa, give us a call or fill out our form below here at CanadaPass Immigration
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