Visitors, study and work permit holders in Canada affected by the COVID-19 pandemic have been given more time to restore their status. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has announced an extension of a temporary public policy first announced in July 2020. It initially expired on December 31, 2020, but has been extended until August
International students attending approved colleges and universities can travel to Canada under an exemption to coronavirus travel restrictions in place since October 20, 2020. To be allowed into Canada, international students approved for a study permit must be attending a Designated Learning Institution (DLI) with a COVID-19 readiness plan approved by their provincial or territorial
Special Canada immigration measures are being introduced to help Lebanese citizens and Canadians impacted by the two explosions that rocked Beirut and left hundreds of thousands homeless. “Lebanese citizens in Canada on a temporary basis are … able to extend their stay in Canada if they are unable to return home because of the explosion,”
2020-04-09 – Quebec immigration candidates are calling for clear guidance from provincial and federal governments on how the coronavirus crisis will impact their applications. They say uncertainty is rife throughout the whole system, from those applying for permanent residence, through applicants for the Quebec Experience Program (PEQ), plus temporary residence with study or work permits
Canada has added international students from the U.S. as a third category of exemptions to the international travel restrictions in place due to the coronavirus pandemic. According to an Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) update issued on July 24, foreign students from the U.S. are allowed to enter Canada, regardless of when their study
Ottawa has made further significant changes to help international students wishing to study in Canada start a new program online from this fall due to the coronavirus pandemic. Changes to the Study Permit application process and to how time spent studying online counts toward a Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) were announced on Tuesday, July 14.
Le 26 novembre 2018 – Le nombre d’étudiants internationaux faisant la transition vers la résidence permanente a augmenté au Canada. Plus de 1 000 anciens détenteurs de Permis d’études sont devenus résidents permanents en 2017 par rapport à 2016. Selon les chiffres du gouvernement fédéral, plus de 9 400 anciens étudiants sont devenus résidents permanents
Québec a toujours su trouver des moyens innovateurs de faire les choses. Cependant, un secteur particulier dans lequel on cherche encore une solution est celui du système d’éducation supérieure au Québec. C’est la question qui a été au centre des dernières élections, il y a 19 mois. Cette fois par contre, cette question a brillée