Are you interested in studying in Canada as a foreign student or settling in Canada after your studies?
Thinking about studying in Canada? Getting a diploma or degree from a Canadian institution is a great way to get the experience you need to stay in the country permanently, but being able to access this opportunity depends on a well prepared application.
The decisions you make when starting your study permit application process can influence your long term plans.
To have a chance to settle in Canada after your studies you have to choose a qualifying institution and study program, otherwise you may not be able to remain in Canada to work and settle permanently.
From advice on how to apply for a study permit to developing a strategy that considers your future after you complete your studies, Anchor Law can provide the guidance.
How Anchor Law Can Help
Services that take into account your budget and needs.
for a Study Permit
Wondering what criteria you would need to fulfill to move to Canada on a study permit? We can assess your current circumstances and clarify what requirements you would need to fulfill to become eligible to enter Canada as a student.
Change of Status to
Obtain a Study Permit
Are you already in Canada but you have decided to study in Canada? This will require you to change your immigration status and apply for a study permit, while dealing with the different institutions that need to issue you the necessary documents.
Developing an Immigration
Strategy for Foreign Students
Unsure of what institution and study program will give you the best chances of creating a life in Canada? Depending on what your immigration goals are, you need to make the right choices even before you apply for your study permit, otherwise you may not have the options you expected to have in the future.
Do you need help completing your application package? Obtaining all the documents, navigating the online application system and getting a visa can be exhausting and stressful. Anchor Law can help you provide the guidance you need.
“A carefully crafted study permit application is the difference between smooth processing and a costly and disappointing rejection.”