For international students: Offerings from CIE

Working in Canada and Entry Documents – Q&A

Are you an international student who would like to work in Canada?
If so, watch one or more of these instructional videos first and then join us for the Q&A sessions listed below.

How to Apply for a New Entry Visa (TRV) from Inside Canada

Dates & times:
July 22| 10:00 – 11:00 am. Click here to register.

July 25| 2:00- 3:00 pm. Click here to register.

Your Canadian Legal Status: Orientation Q & A

As an international student in Canada, you have to maintain your legal status and abide by Canadian immigration law and regulations.     

Please watch the applicable recording(s) before the session:

  1. Your Canadian Legal Status: Preparing to Enter Canada 
  2. Your Canadian Legal Status: Your Obligations and Rights as an International Student 

Then join us at this Q&A session to discuss these topics:

  • Your obligations as an international student
  • Maintaining your legal status in Canada
  • Eligibility criteria for on-campus and off-campus work
  • Eligibility criteria for co-op work
  • Eligibility criteria for the post-graduation work permit
  • Required documents for dependents (spouses and children)
  • Inviting family members to visit you in Canada
  • Getting a Social Insurance Number (SIN) to work in Canada
  • Getting an Ontario identification card
  • Income Taxes and Benefits

Please note that this will be a group drop-in session and any information you provide about your personal situation will be in a group setting. If you have questions of a confidential/private nature that require privacy, please book a one-on-one appointment with one of the advisors.

Dates & times:

July 27| 2:00- 3:00 pm. Click here to register.

Moving Forward: Get Started Summer Transition Program for Students with Disabilities

Moving Forward:Get Started is a Summer Transition Program specifically designed for new, incoming students entering any level of post-secondary education (undergraduate, graduate, college) who identify as living with a disability. This event is also for students with disabilities who have not yet attended a Moving Forward orientation event.

This two-hour event provides support to students living with disabilities including:

  • Navigating accommodations at the post-secondary level
  • University-level academic learning strategies and skills
  • Meeting a community of peers & connect with Accessibility Services staff
  • Transition to the next stage of your academic career.

Dates & times:

July 20| 9:00- 11:00 am. Click here to register.

Moving Forward offers a series of workshops, panels, and strategy sessions to introduce you to Accessibility Services, accommodations, and tips to prepare you for post-secondary learning! This event is a precursor to our larger Moving Forward: Orientation event happening August 29 and 30.

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