International students choose Canada as their study abroad destination for a variety of reasons. Academic brilliance, internationally recognized degrees, research opportunities, scholarships, low tuition fees, and a broad cultural experience are just a few of them. One of the most compelling reasons remains, however: the country's accommodating immigration policy, notably post-study and graduate visa choices.
The Canada Study Permit is valid for the duration of your studies as well as an additional 90 days to allow you to prepare for your departure from Canada. If, however, your study permit is about to expire and you still need to attend school to complete your degree, you must request an extension.
At least 30 days before your study permit expires, you must submit an application to renew it. Check the research permit's expiration date, which is found in the top right corner. You must ensure that your passport is still valid before applying for an extension. If your passport has expired, you will not be able to renew it, and if you travel outside of Canada with an expired passport, you will not be allowed to return.
You must start the application process at least 30 days before your study permit expires if you want to extend it. You have the option of applying online or mailing your materials. To make the process go more smoothly, you should apply online. You must complete the following steps in order to apply for a study permit extension:
Step 1: Go to the Government of Canada's website and log in to your account. If you don't already have one, you can establish one using your bank account information or the Government of Canada Key (GCKey).
Step 2: Fill and submit the necessary forms such as:
You will be required to write the document number on the study permit on the application form. This is also known as a Unique Client Identifier (UCI), and it can be found on your study permit or any correspondence from the Canadian government.
Step 3: You'll need to attach supporting documentation to these forms, just like you did with your initial Canada study permit application.
Step 4: You will be contacted by the Canadian Consulate to schedule an appointment, which you must attend.After you submit your application for a study permit extension, it will be processed and you will receive a response. The processing time is determined by the Canadian Consulate's workload and might take up to 30 days. If you have not received a response within 120 days of your application, you should contact the Canadian Consulate. The reason for this is that you need to know whether your study permit in Canada is still valid or whether you need to leave the country and reapply.
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