Study In Canada as an International Student
Get authorized representation for Canadian Study Permit and Visa application
Canada offers international students one of the world’s most competitive packages, allowing them to work part-time while they study. Spouses or common-law partners of a full-time international student are eligible for a spousal open work permit and children of full-time international students are eligible to study at the pre-school, primary or secondary school levels without paying international fees. Upon competition of their studies, international students can obtain a post-graduation work permit (PGWP) to gain Canadian work experience.
Study In Canada Services
Thousands of international students enter Canada every year. If you aspire to study abroad and have chosen Canada as your destination, we are here to help you with a complete end-to-end service and representation. Contact us for a better chance of approval and get practical advice.
Student Visa & Study Permit Application
International Student Immigration Services
Study Permit Extension
Change College / University / Course / Study Program
Change DLI Number (Designated Learning Institution)
Post Graduate Work Permit Application (PGWP)
Spouse Open Work Permit Application (Spouse TRV)
Children Study Permit Application
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