Frequently Asked Questions

Do you transport to all cities in Canada?

For the moment only to Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary.

Do you transport to all cities in Canada?

For the moment only to Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary.

Other questions you may be interested in

I am self-employed / freelancer, how can I document my work experience?
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If you are independent or freelance, the following are examples and alternatives that you can present:

  • Company registration or alternatively,
  • Registration as independent or alternatively,
  • Service contracts with customers or alternatively,
  • Letters from customers 2 or 3 attesting that you have rendered services to them.

Any of the above documents will allow us to attest to your self-employed occupations. In a complementary, but not main way, you can optionally add any of the following, to strengthen the genuineness of your business: 

  • Self-employed business cards -this document alone does not carry much weight for the officer, ideally it should be accompanied by one of the documents mentioned above.

Web presence: website, facebook -this document alone does not carry much weight for the officer, ideally it should be accompanied by one of those mentioned above-.

As an international student, can you work in Canada without a work permit?
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Yes, you must have a study permit and be enrolled full-time in an academic, professional or vocational training program at a DLI.

However, your study permit must clearly state that you have the ability to work off-campus. If so, you are allowed to work up to 20 hours per week while:
-Your program is in session, and
-Full-time during scheduled breaks in the academic calendar.

You may work for any employer in Canada that is not on the list of ineligible employers.

In addition, if your program has a mandatory work component for graduation you must have the appropriate work permit for your co-op.

Can you help me process my enrollment at a college/university with which you do not have an agreement?
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No, because we are not legally authorized to do so and we do not know the internal process to process the enrollment. We will only be able to help you if you choose one of our programs because we can commit to handling your application (we have direct contact, access to applications and data management) and we are trained for them.

In case you want to apply to an institution with which we do not have an agreement, we recommend writing to them directly and once you have obtained the LOA, our visa team will be happy to help you with the visa process.

What is the CO-OP work permit?
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Some study programs include mandatory work experience as part of their curriculum. 

Therefore, if your program of study includes co-op (mandatory/mandatory), then you need to apply to your co-op along with your study permit application (many schools issue a letter supporting the issuance of a co-op permit to submit with your application). You must then apply to the CBSA officer when you enter Canada for your co-op permit, which is different from your study permit and which must be issued upon entry into Canada. 

Remember that the co-op work permit is not the same as the authorization to work 20 hours off campus as the study permit. The co-op work permit is a separate work permit, it is not related to the authorization to work part-time in Canada.

Is there any cost to take the educational process with you?
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No, we do not charge an administration fee, it will only be charged if the college/university charges for your registration, it is not an amount directed to immiland, this money is used at the time of registration and is charged by the college/university for the review of your documentation.

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