Study Permit Applications: from Selecting DLI to PGWP to PR Application
Accreditation Status:LSBC Approved ICCRC Approved
Location/Format: Video CPD
Educator(s): Ms. Panya (Praskovia) Jain (RCIC)
This program is eligible for up to _3_ CPD Hours
Learning Expectations/Goals for the Seminar and Terminology
- •Student Direct Stream and SP
- •Definition of Fulltime Studies, Work and Work Experience in and outside Canada
- •LOA and Proof of Payment
- •Medical Insurance
- •Accommodation and Basic Needs
- •Minors in Canada: Guardian (Custodian) and Guarantor
- •Change of Programs
- •TRV Extensions in and outside Canada
- •SP Extensions in and outside Canada
- •Tuition Payments for International Students and PR
- •Change of Status while on SP and what it implies
- •WP and Work Eligibility for Students on SP
- •Co-op programs, Internships and Apprenticeships
- •Contract and Stages or a Separate Contract for each Service?
Types of Programs by length and the Application Process in Detail
A. ESL/FSL/Summer Programs: Application Process
B. Secondary Programs: Application Process and Deadlines
C. Postsecondary Programs: Application Process and Deadlines
Assessing Clients’ Eligibility (PREQUALIFYING)
1.Student Specific: Selection of an Institution and DLI, length and type of the program, program intake/requirements, LOA/Proof of Payment, International students and types of programs that are available to them (medical and educational fields specific programs), ESL/Language Benchmarks, guardianship, proof of accommodation and basic needs, Medical Insurance, WP Application, etc.
2. General: Inadmissibility, Inland/outland, dependents, status in Canada, Financial/funds, medical exam and biometrics, length of validity of the passport, age, etc.
Types of Economic Pathways (Immigration Streams) in Brief:
A.EE: (FSW, Skilled Trades, CEC)
B.PNC (Provincial Nominee Class)
Assessing Clients’ Eligibility
1.Student Specific: DLI, length and type of the program, NOC, current points and program intake/requirements, client specific points, work experience, LMIA, etc.2.General: Inadmissibility, Inland/outland, dependents, status in Canada, funds, work experience, age, etc.
This seminar is designed for licensed paralegals and Immigration Consultants; some lawyers will also be in attendance.
· Live-webcast format: Attendees in live webcast will have an opportunity to interact with colleagues
and educator(s)/presenter(s), ask questions and seek feedback during the live program.
· DVD/Video Format: Attendees will also have an opportunity to interact with each other and the
instructor after the live session via a live interactive web forum at no extra cost.