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Where should I apply for a study permit?
Date Add : 13 Oct 2010 

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Applications for an initial (first) study permit must be sent to the Canadian Visa Office serving your country or region of residence.  Only citizens of the United States of America and the islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon can apply at their point of entry into Canada.

If you are already in Canada as a visitor, your application should be sent to a Canadian Visa Office in the United States.  Most students choose to apply through the office in Buffalo, New York.  The partners or spouses of international students or workers are allowed to apply inside of Canada to change or extend their status.  See below for further details.

If you are already in Canada, and have a work permit or a study permit from a different program of study, you can apply within Canada to change or extend your status.





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