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Incomplete Canada study permit applications to hurry up

Incomplete Canada study permit applications to hurry up

New IRCC modifications give applicants flexibility when submitting applications for post-graduate work permits and study permits.

Canada is leaving some international students' applications for a Canada student visa or a post-graduate work permit open until they can provide all the necessary documentation.

Numerous application centres have been forced to cease or scale back their activities due to the coronavirus outbreak. As a result, some candidates for study permits are unable to finish the following three requirements:

1. providing biometric information,

2. undergoing medical exams, 

3. submitting their original travel documents

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has said that it will not reject study permit applications that are incomplete due to coronavirus service interruptions. Rather, prior to the acceptance of the Post-Graduation Work Permit, international students may work.

Applicants for Post-Graduation Work Permits (PGWP) who are unable to get a letter of completion or final transcript from their Designated Learning Institution are also covered by the temporary solution (DLI).

International students may begin working full-time while waiting for a decision if they apply for the PGWP before their Canada student visa expires but are unable to finish the application due to a DLI closure.

However, they must submit a letter of justification explaining why they are unable to submit the paperwork owing to the closing of their school. Once their supporting documentation is ready, they can use the IRCC website form to submit it, allowing for easier contact between the Canadian immigration office and potential immigrants.

Additionally, without the final transcript or letter of completion, IRCC is enabling candidates to regain their status. While their case is being processed, applicants who are restoring their status are prohibited from working.

Part-time status has no bearing on qualifying for a Post-Graduation Work Permit. Canadian post-secondary colleges may have to close or cancel classes due to health and social isolation regulations. As a result, international students may need to defer their studies or enrol in part-time classes.

Students will still be qualified to apply for a PGWP even if their enrollment status changes from full-time to part-time as a result of modifications to the course offerings at their DLI for the winter and summer 2020 semesters.

The PGWP is crucial because it gives foreign students the chance to work in Canada. They can qualify for more immigration streams through programmes like Express Entry and the Provincial Nominee Program thanks to their work experience (PNP).

Canada has announced a significant adjustment to give international students who want to start their Canadian immigration route this autumn more PGWP options.

If it is due to coronavirus closures, applications for Canada student Visa from international students with lacking documentation won't be rejected. Numerous application centres have been forced to cease or scale back their activities due to the coronavirus outbreak.

As a result, some candidates for study permits are unable to finish three crucial steps in their application: providing biometrics, passing medical exams, and providing original travel papers.

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) won't reject study permit applications that are lacking documentation as a result of coronavirus service outages given the circumstances.

The application will remain open in its place. Until they get the materials or are given evidence that the applicant has taken steps to complete the application, IRCC will keep asking for additional supporting documents or necessary actions.

International students will have some freedom in filing study visa applications thanks to the temporary arrangement.

Students who desire to study in Canada can still submit applications to IRCC. A push message will be sent to international students whose Canada student visa were approved after March 18 warning them that they might not be immune from interim travel restrictions and that they shouldn't make travel arrangements to Canada until restrictions are lifted.

International students whose programmes begin in May and June or in the fall semester may still apply for a Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) after completing online coursework at a Canadian Designated Learning Institution (DLI).

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