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Immigration Permit Workshops

Join one of our immigration workshops

**Workshops will be delivered in a computer lab setting where you will learn about your status, how to navigate the www.canada.gc.ca website, discuss immigration policy, and complete your application as a group.**

  • Students must show up on time.
  • Please be sure to bring your passport and study permit.

Session

Date

Time

Link

Co-Op Work Permit

Jan.28

10:30am

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Co-Op Work Permit

Feb.25

10:30am

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Post Graduate Work Permit

April.22

10:30am

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Post Graduate Work Permit

May 6

10:30 am

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Pathways to PR

Feb. 23

11:00am

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Pathways to PR

March 25

11:00am

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Important Information about Co-op Work Permit and Post Graduate Work Permit

  • Co-op Work Permit

You will require a Co-op Work Permit if your program requires you to complete a co-op, internship, or placement.

If you were issued a ‘Work Permit’ upon entry to Canada, please check for the following remarks: “Only for work forming an essential/integral part of the course offered by the designated learning institution”. If your work permit contains this remark, it is your co-op work permit, and you do not need to attend a co-op workshop.

  • Post Graduate Work Permit

You don’t have to wait until you physically receive your diploma or attend your graduation ceremony to apply for a post-graduation work permit (PGWP).

All you need to apply for a PGWP is:

  1. an official letter from your school that confirms you’ve completed your study program, and
  2. an official transcript, or a copy of your transcript from your school’s website.

*This workshop will help you prepare your PGWP application, while you wait for your final documents*