Event Title: Studying in Canada 5.5 CPD Hours
Event Date: This live webinar will be conducted on April 21 from 11:00 to 17:00 (Eastern Time).
There will be a total of 6 hours of live, interactive webinar time including 30 minutes of break.
The 30 minutes of break are not counted in the 5.5 CPD hours.
Cost: $150 for this webinar or part of our CPD Bundle.
Instructor: Andrew Carvajal, LL.B / B.C.L., M.A., B.A.
Attendance: Live Webinar. A video of the event will be released after the webinar with 90 days of validity.
Organization: RCICCPD by Full Skills Exam Prep
Agenda: This is the breakdown of the upcoming event.
- Temporary residents by class
- Initial client assessment
- Eligibility and legal test
- Country-specific requirements
- Early assessment of permanent residence alternatives
- Study in Canada as option for candidates not yet competitive for permanent residence
- Study permits in the legislation and manuals
- Who needs a Study Permit?
- Activities not considered studies
- Exemptions to Study Permits
- Courses of 6 months or less
- Other exemptions under R188
- Examples: is a Study Permit required?
- Where to apply for a Study Permit
- Application outside of Canada
- Application upon entry
- Application within Canada R 215
- Switching from visitor status to Study Permit
- General requirements for a Study Permit
- Designated Learning Institutions
- Study Plan
- Financial sufficiency and proof of funds
- Ties to home country
- Six month bar for Study Permits in cases of unauthorized work or study
- Maintaining student status
- Working while studying
- On-campus work
- Off-campus work
- Co-op work permit
- Case study: working prior to commencement of program
- Spousal Open Work Permit
- Children of Study Permit holders
- Top mistakes made by Study Permit Applicants
- Tips for successful Study Permit application submission
- Post-Graduation Work Permit
- Case study: work following graduation and awaiting processing of PGWP
- Spouse and children
- Extending status as a student
- Same program vs. new programs
- Common mistakes
- Implied Status during permit extensions
- Restoration of Status
- Imposing conditions on temporary residents – R185
- Complying with the terms and conditions of the study permit
- Changing schools or programs
- Overcoming inadmissibility – Temporary Resident Permit (TRP) generalities
- Medical and criminal inadmissibility
- Overstay or unauthorized study/work
- Where and how to apply
- TRP legal test
- Study Permit application following a refusal
- Ethical issues
- Conflicts of interest – when the consultant also represents schools
- Misrepresentations and omissions
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