Current Permanent Immigration Pathways for Post secondary Students: Available programs and the Application process
Location/Format: Video CPD - 3 Hours
Presented By: Ms. Panya (Praskovia) Jain (RCIC)
This video seminar/workshop is designed to cover the current immigration and educational pathways, eligibility and the application process for obtaining PR for international students
I. Learning Expectations/Goals
1. The learners will understand the steps and key concepts when assisting clients with the PR applications and selecting the best possible program(s) or pathways.
2. The learners will understand the key terminology and how it is used for PR applications in regards to international students.
II. Terminology and the key concepts for the seminar
- International Students as a Class
- Levels of Education in Canada and the term Postsecondary: what programs does it cover?
- DLI and Types of Postsecondary Programs
- Inside and Outside Canada PR Applications and the eligibility
- Proof of Financial ability
- Language proficiency
- Education and transcripts
- Work experience
- Length of Postsecondary Programs and Eligibility for PGWP and PR
- PGWP and the eligibility of the DLI for PGWP
- Postgraduate programs (Masters and PhD) and eligibility for Provincial Nominee programs
- Dual Intent: PGWP and PR
I. Types of Current Economic Pathways (Immigration Streams)
A. EE: (FSW, Skilled Trades, CEC)
B. PNC (Provincial Nominee Class): OINP, BC PNP, AIP + other provinces
II. Assessing Clients’ Eligibility
1. Student Specific: DLI, length and type of the program, NOC, current points and program intake/requirements, client specific points, etc.
2. General: Inadmissibility, Inland/outland, dependents, status in Canada, funds, work experience, age, etc.
III. In Detail: A. EE: Program Details and Eligibility
IV. In Detail: B. PNC (Provincial Nominee Class): OINP, BC PNP, AIP + Other Provinces (through EE and Paper Based Application)
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.