Immigration Advising

Information Sessions for Faculty and Staff: 

International Student Immigration Regulations in Canada


November 7, 12 & 26
12 PM TO 1PM
Internationalization Office
Corte Real, room 2002

IMMIGRATION ADVISORS AT THE IO CAN ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS ABOUT:
 International student enrollment requirements
 International student eligibility to work 
 Who can give immigration advice
 And more!

JOIN US FOR ONE OR ALL OF THE BELOW INFORMATION SESSIONS:
These sessions are structured to allow for information sharing -  please come with your questions and we will discuss. 

Institutional Responsibility on Immigration – Thursday November 7, 12 - 1pm, CA 2002
This session will provide an overview of who can provide immigration advice and how Memorial supports students in providing immigration advising. We will also outline study permit conditions, student’s responsibilities related to their immigration status, and institutional responsibilities related to compliance.

International Students and Work – Tuesday November 12, 12 - 1pm, CA 2002
This session will provide an overview of the different categories of international students studying at Memorial and their ability to work on campus versus off campus. We will also discuss requirements for students doing work placements as part of their studies, and supporting student employment at Memorial and post-graduation.

Academic Regulations and International Student Success – Tuesday November 26, 12 - 1pm, CA 2002
This session will discuss impacts of full-time versus part-time studies, academic suspension, and leave of absence policies on international students’ immigration status. We will also discuss ways the institution supports international students in meeting their academic goals.

Registration is not required. If you have questions, contact Natasha.

Contact

Internationalization Office

230 Elizabeth Ave, St. John's, NL, CANADA, A1B 3X9

Postal Address: P.O. Box 4200, St. John's, NL, CANADA, A1C 5S7

Tel: (709) 864-8000