We have been living under the terms of COVID19 for about two years now since the global pandemic began in the late months of 2019. The virus that put the world to a halt has met its match in through vaccines. In a short course of about a year, in the odds of beating the virus and resuming to the “normal” the world has known pre-pandemic, pharmaceutical companies were able to make vaccines.
Let’s tackle the topic of traveling. Whether you’re traveling to Canada or from Canada, as an international student there are certain official documents and processes that we must follow, that is per Canadian Immigration policies.
Canada’s Student Direct Stream or SDS is an expedited student permit application stream for post secondary international students from selected key countries that was launched in 2018. SDS applications can take as fast as 20 calendar days. When it premiered, it only had 3 countries: China, India, Vietnam and the Philippines, and a year after, on 2019, 3 more countries were added: Pakistan, Morocco and Senegal.
A study permit is what’s more commonly known in the Philippines as a visa. Philippine nationals are required to have a valid study permit before
International students who wish to study in Canada are required to have a “Study Plan” to support their study permit application. As the name suggests,
All information provided are directly from IRCC Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada Changing your school or program Before you change your school or program, you
All information provided are directly from IRCC Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada Get your documents ready Before you apply for a study permit, you need:
All information provided are directly from IRCC Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada Prepare to study in Canada 1. Choosing a program and school In Canada,
All information provided are directly from IRCC Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada What is a study permit? The study permit is a document we issue