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Minor Students

A minor youngster in Canada, who characterized younger than 18 in Ontario and Quebec or 19 in English Columbia and a few different territories, requires a caretaker to get your review license to concentrate on in Canada. Regardless of whether the kid require a review license to go to class in Canada since his/her examinations most recent a half year or less. All understudies who are minors require having a Caretaker in the event that they are traveling solo to Canada without their folks or one more grown-up escort or chaperone who will act ‘in crazy parentis’.

A few privately owned businesses or associations in Canada can go about as youngster’s lawful caretaker while the person is in Canada.
Required Reports:
A minor will require extra reports to come to Canada to study without a parent or lawful gatekeeper. A minor will require two authorized reports to concentrate on in Canada. An authorized report is a record that has been confirmed by a legal official.

  1. The first notarized document must be signed by the parents or legal guardians of the minor child in the child’s country of origin.
  2. The second notarized document must be signed by the custodian in Canada.
    In addition, the child should present the following documents:
  3. His own passport, a parent’s passport, even if the child’s details are included in it, cannot be used
  4. A copy of his birth certificate, and
  5. A letter of authorization, in English or French if possible, and signed by both parents or by their legal guardian which lists:
  • The parents’ (or legal guardian’s) address and telephone number, and
  • The name, address and telephone number of the adult who will look after the child in Canada.

The procedures:

  1. Child’s parents or legal guardians must sign a “Parental Consent to Custodianship”, granting an adult person the authority to act as child’s custodian. This form must be notarized in the parent’s home country and sent to us for processing the study permit application.

  2. Upon receipt of the notarized Parental Consent and after payment of the necessary fees, the child’s custodian will provide a notarized document that signed by the custodian in Canada, declaring that the custodian has accepted the role of custodian for the child (Custodian Declaration Form (PDF, 1.02 MB).

  3. In addition to these two notarized forms, a Letter of Acceptance from a Canadian school along with some other document including proof of financial support and residency services will provide as a supporting document for a study permit application.

Length of time a study permit is valid

  1. For minor children in grades 1 through 8: the study permit is normally valid for one year.
  2. For minor children in grades 9 through 12, or attending a post-secondary institution: the study permit is normally valid for the length of time of studies, plus 90 days.
  3. or minor children attending a post-secondary institution: the study permit is normally valid for the length of time of studies, plus 90 days