Polestar Student Immigration News has suspended publication until July 2022. Listed below are some of the best resources for immigration information in Canada.

  • @CitImCanada is the Twitter feed of Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). You can ask specific questions about immigration law (though not about your own case) and get answers through this Twitter account.
  • IRCC’s International Student Page has extensive links to information about study permits, temporary resident visas, work options, co-op requirements, post-graduate study permits and permanent resident programs.
  • Canadavisa.com is the only website that lists all of the programs in Canada that lead to permanent resident status, including federal programs, provincial programs, regional programs and specialty programs. The site was created by Montreal lawyer David Cohen. It is open to the public without charge.
  • The Canadian Bar Association has a public database of lawyers who specialize in immigration across the country.
  • The Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council keeps a public database of regulated Canadian immigration consultants across Canada. The database can be searched by name and location.
  • The Canadian Bureau of International Education administers scholarships for international students, conducts research into the success and wellbeing of international students in Canada and supports institutions involved in international education.

Canadian immigration law changes frequently. Polestar Student Immigration News has removed all articles from this site to ensure that readers do not rely on information that may no longer be accurate.

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