The following workshops are often held throughout the year to help international students understand immigration applications, processes and regulations.
The Study Permit Workshop will outline the application process and the documents required for study permit extensions.
The Post-Graduation Work Permit Workshop will outline the eligibility criteria and the process to create and submit an application for a Post-Graduation Work Permit. The workshop will cover the components of online applications, including the Come to Canada Wizard questionnaire, the creation of a MyCIC account, and the initiation of an online application.
The Temporary Resident Visa Workshop will outline the application process and the supporting documents required to apply for a new Temporary Resident Visa within Canada.
If you are planning on traveling to the U.S. or are interested in studying or working temporarily in the U.S., then attend this presentation. It covers different U.S. Visa classifications such as “B1/B2” (business/pleasure), “F & J” (student and exchange visitors), “H” (temporary worker) and “TN” (NAFTA professionals).
Keep close watch on the IESC Events Calendar to see when immigration workshops are offered. Most are held several times throughout the regular academic year.