Floods in British Columbia
If you’re directly affected by the floods, you may be able to
- get free replacement of documents that are lost, damaged, destroyed or inaccessible due to the floods
- ask for urgent processing and a refund for an application you’ve submitted because of the floods
- change, extend or restore your status, including
- pausing your studies if your school is in the flood area
- changing your employer if your workplace is affected by the floods
- Do I need a permit to study in Canada?
- How do I apply for a study permit?
- When should I apply for my study permit?
- How do I pay for a study permit?
- Will I get my money back if CIC turns down my study permit application?
- Can I apply for a study permit if I’m already in Canada?
- I want to study in Canada for less than 6 months. Do I need a study permit?
- How long will it take to process my study permit application?
- I want to change my school or study program. How can I change my study permit?
- Can a minor child go to school in Canada without a study permit?
- Do I need a medical exam to study in Canada?
- What is a port of entry (POE) letter?
- How long is my POE Letter valid?
- There is a strike at my designated learning institution and I can’t continue my studies. What does that mean for my status as a study permit holder?
Travelling with a study permit
See also: Leaving/Returning to Canada
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