Two years after Canada’s first immigration program for students entrepreneurs was launched, it has not generated a single new permanent resident.
Hundreds of international students in Canada lost the chance to get a Post-Graduation Work Permit. Now two of them have won a court award against the private college they attended.
Canadian immigration authorities reversed the policy on application timelines, raising questions about whether applicants will be able to get medical exams in time.
New Brunswick leads the pack in a new trend of international students settling down in the Atlantic province where they earned their degree.
Fewer than one third of Canadian colleges and universities help international students with things like study permits, travel visas, post-graduation work permits or applying for permanent resident status.