Changes to the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP)
Effective June 14, 2018, the Government of Alberta has changed the eligibility requirements for the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP), which nominates individuals for permanent residence in Canada. Find out how these changes might affect you, and get more information.
Every year, thousands of students from around the world choose to pursue their educational goals in Canada. Increasingly, students are choosing to work while they study and subsequently stay post-graduation to gain valuable Canadian work experience. In many instances, these post-graduation work experiences enable international students to become eligible to apply for various permanent residence programs.
For complete information about your immigration options, please visit the Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) website at www.cic.gc.ca/study.
Anyone wishing to study in Canada for more than 6 months and who is not a Canadian citizen or permanent resident must obtain a Study Permit and in some cases a Temporary Resident Visa (Entry Visa) before entering Canada. To find out whether or not you require a Temporary Resident Visa (Entry Visa or a Study Permit (or both), please contact the nearest Canadian Embassy, High Commission or Consulate or email the Student Service Centre.
The immigration information on this page has been reviewed and endorsed by Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCIC) in compliance with the Canadian Immigration and Refugee Protection Act. However, this is not a legal document and information may change without notice.