Am I right thinking!!!

Old Jun 30th 2011, 8:22 pm
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If we get TWP's my 17 year old would automatically be allowed to go to school in Canada?
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Old Jun 30th 2011, 8:31 pm
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Depends.


Depends on the WP class and on how sticky the school board is. You are probably right.

Some work permits classes dont even get you health care coverage for your family...
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Would be a bit shit if she couldn't, what else would she do?
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Originally Posted by justme31170
Would be a bit shit if she couldn't, what else would she do?
You would have to apply for a study permit, thats all... some people do that even though they dont actually need one.

Kids dont finish school here until 18 or 19 anyway.
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Originally Posted by justme31170
If we get TWP's my 17 year old would automatically be allowed to go to school in Canada?
Yes - but your child would need a study permit at the age of majority (18 or 19 depending on the province)

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/study-minors.asp

Exceptions: Studying without a study permit
In some cases, minor children do not need a study permit to study in Canada. These cases include:

•minor children attending kindergarten;
•minor children who are refugees or refugee claimants, or whose parents are refugees or refugee claimants; and
•minor children who are already in Canada with parents who are allowed to work or study in Canada, and who want to attend pre-school, primary or secondary school.
When minor children studying in Canada without a permit reach the age of majority (turn 18 or 19 depending on the province or territory), they must apply for a permit if they want to continue studying.
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