Immigration Advising Appointments and Information Sessions
Natasha Clark is an International Student Advisor and Regulated Immigration Consultant working with the Internationalization Office. Natasha is available to meet with international students at Memorial University on issues related to a student’s status as a temporary resident in Canada. This includes advice on how to obtain a study permit, how to renew a study permit, work permits available to students and their spouse/partner, and requirements for obtaining a temporary resident visa.
Natasha is working in the Internationalization Office in Corte Real on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday every week. Appointments are available on each of these days. To book an appointment, follow the instructions provided below.
Natasha also hosts weekly open immigration information sessions during regular academic semesters. Sessions for the Spring 2016 semester are due to begin May 10. See below for a complete list of sessions.
1) Go to my.mun.ca and log in
2) Click "Student" or "Alumni" link near the top of the page.
3) Click "My MUNLife" in the "Student Services" or "My MUNLife" box.
4) Click on "IO Appointments" & then click “Book an Appointment with IO”. Then you can book an appointment, and then select a date and time.
If you have any difficulty booking an appointment please call 709-864-8895 or email: email@example.com and our staff will be happy to help
All sessions take place on Tuesdays from 12pm-1pm in the Social Room next to the Internationalization Office, Corte Real, room 1000H
|May 10||Post Graduate Work Permit|
|May 17||Study Permit Extension|
|May 31||Temporary Resident Visa|
|June 7||Work Permit Opportunities for Students|
|June 14||Co-op Work Permits|
|June 21||Study Permit Extension|
|June 28||Post Graduate Work Permit|
|July 5||Temporary Resident Visa|
|July 12||Work Permit Opportunities for Students|
|July 19||Study Permit Extension|
|July 26||Temporary Resident Visa|
|August 2||Study Permit Extension|
|August 16||Post Graduate Work Permit|
The Internationalization Office wishes to thank Ms. Yvonne Myers and Work Global Canada for the assistance they have provided to international students at Memorial University over the past two years. Ms. Myers has extensive experience within the immigration and foreign worker domain, including a 35-year career at Service Canada where she most recently served as a Business Expertise Consultant, interpreting policy and delivering presentations on the Temporary Foreign Worker Program province-wide. Ms. Myers works with Work Global Canada, an organization that provides human resource management solutions to employers. Work Global Canada employs several immigration consultants and works with employers, government and educational institutions in the delivery of its services.
Thank you for your invaluable service!