WIN: International students who studied in Canada now have an easier time gaining permanent residency

International students who completed a post-secondary program in Canada have the skills, knowledge, and networks to succeed in Canada and contribute to the country’s economy. However, prior to this change, completing your post-secondary education in Canada gave you no extra advantages over those who did their education elsewhere, in helping you gain permanent residency.

Thanks to our advocacy work in this area, government now recognizes the immense value that a Canadian education brings, and awards these students more “points” in the point-based immigration system.

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The Canadian Alliance of Student Associations advocates for better post-secondary education and, with its Quebec partnership, represents 350,000 students nation-wide. L'Alliance canadienne des associations étudiantes défend les intérêts des étudiant(e)s.
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WIN: International students who studied in Canada now have an easier time gaining permanent residency
WIN: International students who studied in Canada now have an easier time gaining permanent residency
@CASAACAE unites and amplifies the voices of post-secondary students across Canada. Find out more!