80 King Street, Suite 10

Welland, ON

L3B 3J2

Tel:   +1 (647) 558 0705

Fax: +1 (647) 930 1659

info@ramigration.ca

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Study Permit

If you wish to stay in Canada for more than 6 months to pursue a program of study at a designated educational institution, you must apply for a study permit. Most foreign nationals need this document if they wish to study in Canada.

A study permit is different from a temporary visa or an electronic travel authorization. The permit is issued upon entry with a valid visa at one of Canada's borders.

The study permit is usually valid for the entire period of study in Canada, whether it is 1 year, 2 years or even more.

However, in some cases, students must apply for an extension of their stay in Canada within 90 days of losing this status or ask for their status to be restored.

If the student leaves Canada while studying, they may be required to show proof of enrollment in school when they return to Canada. If the student has a visitor visa or electronic travel authorization (ETA), it too must still be valid upon return to Canada.

Under current Canadian laws and regulations, a graduate of a designated educational institution has the right to apply for a post-graduation work permit that allows them to work in Canada for a period equal to the duration of the program they completed. They can also apply for permanent residency after gaining certain Canadian years of experience in the marketplace and meeting some other requirements.


General requirements for study permit are:

- Letter of acceptance from a Designated Learning Institution (school, college or university ).

- Proof of financial ability. In other words, the study permit applicant must show that he/she has enough money to pay for: Transportation, tuition fees, living expenses for himself/herself and any family members accompanying him/her to Canada.

- Have NO criminal record and pose no risk to safety in Canada.

- Be in good health.

- Be a genuine student with a clear study plan and able to prove that he/she will leave Canada at the end of his/her studies.

Study Permit

If you wish to stay in Canada for more than 6 months to pursue a program of study at a designated educational institution, you must apply for a study permit. Most foreign nationals need this document if they wish to study in Canada.

A study permit is different from a temporary visa or an electronic travel authorization. The permit is issued upon entry with a valid visa at one of Canada's borders.

The study permit is usually valid for the entire period of study in Canada, whether it is 1 year, 2 years or even more.

However, in some cases, students must apply for an extension of their stay in Canada within 90 days of losing this status or ask for their status to be restored.

If the student leaves Canada while studying, they may be required to show proof of enrollment in school when they return to Canada. If the student has a visitor visa or electronic travel authorization (ETA), it too must still be valid upon return to Canada.

Under current Canadian laws and regulations, a graduate of a designated educational institution has the right to apply for a post-graduation work permit that allows them to work in Canada for a period equal to the duration of the program they completed. They can also apply for permanent residency after gaining certain Canadian years of experience in the marketplace and meeting some other requirements.

Call us today to get the right advice on how to submit your application for a study permit. We will help you gather the right documents to support your file to demonstrate that you are a real student. We will also guide you through the process of completing your application in the proper way, preparing a strong study plan, and writing a submission letter to advocate you and convince the officer that you meet all requirements.

General requirements for study permit are:

- Letter of acceptance from a Designated Learning Institution (school, college or university ).

- Proof of financial ability. In other words, the study permit applicant must show that he/she has enough money to pay for: Transportation, tuition fees, living expenses for himself/herself and any family members accompanying him/her to Canada.

- Have NO criminal record and pose no risk to safety in Canada.

- Be in good health.

- Be a genuine student with a clear study plan and able to prove that he/she will leave Canada at the end of his/her studies.

Call us today to get the right advice on how to submit your application for a study permit. We will help you gather the right documents to support your file to demonstrate that you are a real student. We will also guide you through the process of completing your application in the proper way, preparing a strong study plan, and writing a submission letter to advocate you and convince the officer that you meet all requirements.

Business Hours

Monday: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm (EST)

Tuesday: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm (EST)

Wednesday: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm (EST)

Thursday: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm (EST)

Friday: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm (EST)

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed

Contact Us

80 King Street, Suite 10

Welland, ON  L3B 3J2

Canada.

Tel:   +1 (647) 558 0705

Fax: +1 (647) 930 1659

info@ramigration.ca