Frequently Asked Questions

What type of accommodation do you offer to your customers?

a) Homestay (with a family who will host you in their home)Student residences (shared or private rooms and private apartments)

b) Special accommodation (apartment or private house

c) Self-booking

What type of accommodation do you offer to your customers?

a) Homestay (with a family who will host you in their home)Student residences (shared or private rooms and private apartments)

b) Special accommodation (apartment or private house

c) Self-booking

Other questions you may be interested in

Do you transport to all cities in Canada?

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

Are the plans affordable?

Yes, they start at $25 CAD and for Immiland customers under the code Moving2Canada you get $10 CAD off.

Who can I sponsor?

You can sponsor your parents, grandparents, spouse, domestic partner, children. It is even possible to sponsor relatives such as a brother, sister, aunt or uncle in quite specific and very unusual situations (consult your immigration consultant).You can also sponsor a relative, related by blood or adoption, of any age, if you meet all of these conditions:

-You (the person who wants to sponsor your relative) do not have a living relative to sponsor in your place, such as:
*Spouse
*Domestic partnerspousal partner
*Son or daughter
*Father
*Grandparent
*Orphaned brother or sister
*Orphaned niece or nephew
*Orphaned grandchild

-You (the potential sponsor) have no relative (aunt or uncle or any of the above relatives), who is:
*Canadian citizen
*Permanent resident
*Indian registered under the Indian Act.

As an international student, can you work in Canada without a work permit?

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.

Who can apply for an open work permit to work for any employer?

You may be eligible for an open work permit if:

-You are an international student who graduated from a DLI and are eligible for the PGWP
-You are a student who can no longer meet the costs of your studies (indigent student - conditions apply)
-You have an employer specific work permit and are being abused or are at risk of being abused in connection with your work in Canada (conditions apply)
-You applied for permanent residence in Canada and are in the process.
-Is an immediate dependent relative of someone who applied for permanent residence
-Is the spouse or common-law partner of a skilled worker or international student the spouse or common-law partner of an Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program applicant.
-Is a refugee, refugee claimant, protected person or family member.
-Are under an unenforceable removal order
-Are a holder of a temporary residence permit
-Are a youth worker participating in special international mobility programs (famously known as a working holiday)

In each of these situations, you must meet additional criteria to be eligible.

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