Some international students need an ETA to return to Canada – and don’t know it.
Are you a citizen of China? You don’t need an ETA. A citizen of Korea? Yes, you do. This guide helps you understand the rules about who does and doesn’t need an ETA to return to Canada.
One half of popular Nova Scotia immigration program is open for applications.
Students from Antigua need new paperwork to cross the border into Canada – even if they already have a Study Permit.
International PhD students are eligible for one of Canada’s most prestigious scholarships.
Low-income students from China and Southeast Asia will be able to get free legal advice on immigration issues in their own language.
A Post-Graduation Work Permit is the first step to permanent resident status for students who want to immigrate to Canada. Permits are arriving much faster this year.
Students might be able to pick up the phone and get authoritative, free immigration advice in Chinese, Arabic or several other languages, if an influential Ottawa committee has its way. That’s one of 21 recommendations in a report about how to improve immigration in Canada.
Most international students should avoid non-essential travel outside Canada, if possible. Immigration lawyer Will Tao outlines the issues with the rule that students “actively pursue studies” in Canada.
An experimental immigration program gives companies and employers the power to pick new immigrants. Students in Atlantic Canada are at the centre of the experiment.