Post-Graduation Work Permit in Canada

It is possible for students to stay in Canada after completing their studies and apply for a Post-Graduation Work Permit. After getting their final grades and working in the country for up to 3 years under the permission, students have 180 days to petition for the permit.

Post-Graduation Work Permit in Canada
Post-Graduation Work Permit in Canada

An official letter from your school and an official transcript, or a copy of one, are needed as proof that you attended the university. Candidates must have completed at least one year of school at a DIL-registered university in order to work in the nation.

Canada Study Visa

Indian citizens must submit an application to Citizen and Immigration (CIC), which is the primary agency in charge of issuing student visas to out-of-country students, in order to receive a study permit for Canada.

There are two ways to apply for a Canadian study visa or student permit:

Student Direct Stream Regular Study Permit Application Process

Application Process for Regular Study Permits
The ideal option for Indian students is to apply through the student direct stream, which requires online registration at the CIC’s official website, the submission of biometrics (fingerprints and photos), and a minimum 20-day wait for verification and a decision.

Direct Stream for Students

The traditional way of applying for a normal study permit, on the other hand, allows for both online and paper applications. The eligibility requirements are comparable to those for the student direct stream; however, the screening of applications may take a bit longer.

The application fee for a student visa in Canada is 150 Canadian dollars, or roughly 8,000 rupees.

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