Seminar ID

BC-2024-03-14

Date and time

Thursday, March 14, 2024 at 13:00 EST see it in calendar

Attendance
  • recording
Languages
  • in English
CPD hours

CICC 3 CPD hours
Expiry date: 14-3-2025

Venue

Webinar
Capacity: 150

Description

STUDENTS – WORKING ON CAMPUS

CO-OP WORK PERMIT PROGRAM

  • International Mobility Program: Work related to a research, educational or training program [R205(c)(i), (i.1) and (i.2)
  • Eligibility for LMIA exemption code C32 (post-secondary co-op)
  • Eligibility for exemption code C33 (secondary school co-op)
  • Applicants under exemption code C31, C32 or C33 are exempt from the work permit processing fee [R296(2)(i)] and the open work permit fee [R303.2(2)(a)].

OFF CAMPUS WORK

  • Eligibility requirements
  • Eligible Programs of
  • Off-Campus Work - Ineligible programs of study
  • Scheduled breaks
  • Maximum working hours permitted
  • Students who have completed a program of study and will be starting a new program of study within 150 days of receiving a written confirmation of program completion from their current institution
  • Final academic session transition from off-campus work permits to post-graduation work permits

POST GRADUATION WORK PERMITS

  • Who is eligible to participate
  • PGWP Restrictions
  • Accelerated
  • Transfers between educational institutions
  • PGWP - Issuance
  • PGWP Validity
  • Work permit access for graduates of Quebec

WORKING

  • Students need a social insurance number (SIN) to work in Canada. To apply for a SIN for on-campus employment, they must have a valid study permit.
  • Students can apply for a SIN before or within the first three days of employment.

SPOUSES OR CL PARTNERS

  • Eligibility
  • Validity

NON COMPLIANCE 

TEMPORARY RESIDENTS 

  • Implied status
  • Extensions
  • Restoration of status

International students - pathways to permanent residence

Seven Biggest Mistakes International Students Make in Canada that Prevent Them from Becoming Permanent Residents:

  • Students enroll into educational institutions that do not qualify for the Post-Graduation Work Permit program in Canada
  • Students do not study full time
  • The program of study is not long enough
  • Students do not extend their Study Permits on time
  • Students do not actively pursue their course or program of study, while they are in Canada
  • Students engage in unauthorized work during studies
  • Students don’t plan for the future permanent residence application process/qualifications

 

Length

3 hours

Cost
regular fee - $ 90.00
           

Presenters

           

Disclaimer

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