Immigration Application Resources




Initial Study Permit Application Webinar and Resources

This webinar and accompanying resources are to help guide newly admitted international students who are applying for a study permit for the first time. Please note that the information in this presentation is legal information, not legal advice. For the most up-to-date information, please always refer to Immigration, Refugees, Citizenship Canada.

Please review this information carefully and if you have questions, please start by first attending a virtual drop-in session with our International Student Advisors (“ISA”) and licensed Immigration Specialists. You can register for virtual drop-in advising via the York International Events calendar.  York International also hosts study permit application webinars throughout the year. Please check the York International Events calendar for the next available session, where your ISA will walk through the application process in detail and provide time for a question and answer period.

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Study Permit Extension Webinar and Resources

This webinar and accompanying resources are to help guide current international students who are applying for a study permit extension. International students who are inside Canada require a valid study permit while in Canada. If your study permit is expiring in 6 months or less and your permit will expire before the completion of your studies, you must extend your study permit before it expires.

Note: The study permit extension application is not applicable to students who are currently outside of Canada. If you are currently living outside of Canada, your study permit is soon expiring or already expired, you require more time to complete your studies, and you plan to return to Canada, you will need to apply for a new study permit, same as your very first study permit application, with a few important differences.

Please note that the information in this presentation is legal information, not legal advice. For the most up-to-date information, please always refer to Immigration, Refugees, Citizenship Canada.

Please review this information carefully and if you have questions, please start by first attending a virtual drop-in session with our International Student Advisors (“ISA”) and licensed Immigration Specialists. You can register for virtual drop-in advising via the York International Events calendar. York International also hosts study permit extension application webinars throughout the year. Please check the York International Events calendar for the next available session, where your ISA will walk through the application process in detail and provide time for a question and answer period.

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Post-Graduation Work Permit Webinar and Resources

This webinar and accompanying resources are to help guide recent graduates who are applying for their post-graduation work permit (PGWP).

Please note that the information in this presentation is legal information, not legal advice. For the most up-to-date information, please always refer to Immigration, Refugees, Citizenship Canada.

Please review this information carefully and if you have questions, please start by first attending a virtual drop-in session with our International Student Advisors (“ISA”) and licensed Immigration Specialists.You can register for virtual drop-in advising via the York International Events calendar. York International also hosts post-graduation work permit application webinars throughout the year. Please check the York International Events calendar for the next available session, where an your ISA will walk through the application process in detail and provide time for a question and answer period.

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Permanent Residence in Canada

This webinar and accompanying resources are to help guide international students who are interested in applying for Permanent Residence in Canada. Please note that the information in this presentation is legal information, not legal advice. For the most up-to-date information, please always refer to Immigration, Refugees, Citizenship Canada. Please review this information carefully and if you have questions, please start by first attending a virtual drop-in session with our International Student Advisors (“ISA”) and licensed Immigration Specialists. You can register for virtual drop-in advising via the York International Events calendar here: https://yorkinternational.yorku.ca/calendar/. York International also hosts permanent residence webinars throughout the year. Please check the York International Events calendar for the next available session, where an your ISA or a guest representative will walk through the application process in detail and provide time for a question and answer period.

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