We have provided below basic requirements for Canadian Study Permits. You may fill out our immigration assessment form and we will get back to you to discuss your eligibility and options.
Every year, thousands of students come to Canada to study. In order to do so, obtaining a study permit issued by the Canadian government is the first step. This permit, which is a type of Temporary Resident Visa (TRV), allows students to study in Canada for a temporary period of time. An applicant must fit certain set of requirements to be eligible for this immigration pathway.
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The following are requirements for study permits in Canada:
Canada has one of the highest standards of education in the world and students leave with amazing experiences and memories. To ensure your best chances of getting an approval on your student visa application, we recommend you consult with us first before submitting. We have helped hundreds of students successfully enter Canada on a study permit, and you can be part of our success story!
There are a number of reasons an applicant can be refused. He or she may lack proof of sufficient funds, or proof that they will stay for only a temporary basis. If this happens, re-applying is the best option but before you do, it is important to take a close look at the refused application to understand what went wrong.
Generally your stay is only valid for as long as the stipulated date on your study-permit. To avoid losing legal temporary status in Canada, you should always renew your study-permit before it expires.
Yes, but only under limited circumstances such as when:
Spouses of international students are eligible to work temporarily in Canada.
No. Under the following circumstances, you do not require a Study Permit when:
Yes, you can. You will need to file Form IMM 1249 for an extension of your study permit in Canada. Form IMM 1249 is used to change conditions or to extend your stay in Canada as a student. Only temporary residents who currently reside in Canada as students can use this form. To maintain your status and be eligible, always try to extend 30 days before the expiry date of your current status.
The first step towards moving to Canada is to get an assessment of your specific situation. Call us today at +1.416.417.1903 for an assessment to see if you are eligible to move to Canada, or fill out our online assessment form.