What to do during the Coronavirus pandemic in Canada as an International Student?
Everyone in the world has been affected by Coronavirus / COVID-19. It is a global crisis and everyone is experiencing the effects in some way.
Every individual has concerns and questions about what will happen next. It is an uncertain time.
Something we can all do is take care of each other and stay informed.
You can follow and click on any sections below to go through directly.
3. How to Extend a Study Permit in Canada During the Coronavirus Pandemic?
At this moment in time, schools, universities, shops, restaurants and many businesses are closed in order to stop the spread of COVID-19/Coronavirus.
Of course, this means that people’s plans have changed and you might be thinking about what to do next.
We are open to help all international students in Canada with the appropriate steps to suit your individual situation.
As long as you are safe and following the official guidelines, then there are options for you.
4. How Can International Students Get Financial Support?
You may be eligible for Employment Insurance or Emergency Care Benefit if you have lost your job due to COVID-19.
Can international students apply for ei?
Yes, you can… Each case is different. To find out if you are able to apply and to apply online, follow THIS LINK.
What you are eligible for depends on your specific situation, such as the region and the number of hours you worked in the last 52 weeks. The government recommends that people apply as soon as possible, due to the number of people in need.
You must have all the information about your employment for the past 12 months including payslips, your SIN number, bank details and other important documents. You can find out everything you need in THIS LINK.
5. Stay informed
Here are some websites to find out the latest health and immigration updates:
You can find questions about current immigration restrictions, being an international student, temporary work and more.
Here is all the loatest information including closures, benefits, work and more for British Columbia.
If you are eligible for Employment Insurance, you can find all the details here.
Full information about Coronavirus, including specific information for each country that is affected .
We are facing these challenges as a community and we are here to support each pther the best that we can.
If you have any questions, please book your online appointment now or leave a comment below to let us answer your question!