Canada is the world’s 3rd most popular destination for international students. The nation's international student population has tripled over the past decade to 642,000 in 2019, with an estimated 530,540 in 2020.
Access a wide range of exclusive services for students looking to move to Canada on a temporary basis. We’ll start by assessing your eligibility to ensure an easy temporary move to the country.
Study in Canada with Confidence
As a law firm specializing in helping students’ study in Canada, we are on a mission to prove that organizing temporary residence, study permits, TRVs, and appeals in Canada does not have to cause unimaginable stress. With 50+ world-class institutions in Canada, we’ll help you find what’s right for you as an aspiring Canadian student!
Our story all began when our founder, Saad Syed, moved to Canada as a student from East Africa. To this day, Saad admits that this move was one of the most important decisions he ever made. The experiences one gains during their years of tertiary education define the rest of our years, and it is the very first time we gain a true sense of freedom and independence. At Canim Law, our passion comes from a very personal place, which is why we work so hard to help the students we serve get onto Canadian soil as soon as possible!
Our goal is to show you how to get to Canada as quickly, easily, and safely as possible, while educating you on the intricacies of temporary residence policies from all over the world. We can also assist you with:
- Applying and reapplying for Study Permits
- Applying and reapplying for Temporary Resident Visas (TRVs)
- Appealing Study Permit and TRV rejections
- Navigating Express Entry and Provincial Nominee Programs for Economic Immigration
- And more!
To learn more about Canim Law and how we can help you achieve your Canadian University dream, start a conversation with our team today!
Are you a student or economic migrant in need of professional support with your resume and cover letter? Need guidance with strategies to find employment in Canada? Embark on your next adventure with support from people who care about your future as much as you do. Our employment expert, Mariola, will personally walk with you on this journey, preparing your LinkedIn profile to make it as appealing as possible to employers on the ground in Canada.
Frequently Asked Questions
In order to assist you with your move to Canada, we practice in the following area; however, we will consider all possible ways for you to immigrate to Canada when you consult with us:
- Study Permits (including university applications)
- Temporary Resident Visa
- Work Permits (PGWP)
- Express Entry (EE)
- Federal Court and Immigration Appeals
Yes. To avoid visa rejections, you will need to be able to prove your basic English (or French) proficiency through a language test. If you studied in English (or French) in an English (or French)-speaking country, you would not need to complete this test.
Express entry usually favours younger applicants, but age as a factor may be overcome if necessary. You can earn points for other factors based on your:
- Language Skills
- Foreign Work Experience
- Spouse’s Work Experience, Skills, and Education
- Canadian Work Experience
Should your study permit be accepted, your spouse may be able to join you in Canada as a worker. However, the process can be complicated, which is why it’s best to invest in professional immigration consulting sooner rather than later.
While this differs depending on the student, you will need to look at the anticipated costs of LICO and tuition. Generally, students can expect to pay CAD$30,000 a year, which is the average starting point for a bachelor’s program in Canada. Each Canadian University sets their own fees, and the price you pay will depend on your program, whether you’re a home or international student, and whether you’ll be studying at an undergraduate or post-graduate level.
This all depends on what you’re applying for, how long it takes to collect the necessary documentation, the time it takes the government to process this documentation, and beyond. Click here to explore our competitive prices for support with temporary residence in Canada. Invest in our legal services today to get a rough estimate of what you can expect. Please note that universities generally have two times of entry, in September (Fall) and January (Winter) for most full-time international students. However, shorter courses may differ in terms of entry times.
We work with clients from all over the world to help them get their study permits, post-graduation work permits and, eventually, permanent residence.
Rest assured that you are in the most capable hands possible when it comes to moving closer to studying in Canada!
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