This session is offered by a representative from Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada.
International students are “temporary residents” in Canada. If you want to stay in Canada longer, you can apply to immigrate as a “permanent resident” (PR). There are a range of programs whereby international students may apply for permanent immigration: this can be done through education, through work experience or because of exceptional cases such as undue hardship.
This workshop focuses on the most common pathways currently available to Concordia students.
This workshop is reserved for currently registered Concordia University international students who are in their last year of studies.
Please note: the ISO advisors cannot advise on PR matters.