Children In School

Old Oct 26th 2002, 9:55 am
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I f I am in Canada and decide to stay can my children go to school there
while I am applying for PR Can Unnaturalized immigrants get there children
in school
 
Old Oct 26th 2002, 10:29 am
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Children will need student visas in order to attend school prior to becoming
PR, unless you are on student or work permit yourself. Note that tuition for
international students is pretty high - here in BC it is about $12,000 per kid
per year in elementary and secondary schools.

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Old Oct 26th 2002, 10:30 am
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Under the new law they can go to school without having to apply for a
student visa but you will need to speak to teh school and explain the
situation and they may, and are allowed to, charge you the tuition fees up
to international student levels until they become PR's so it can pay to talk
to several schools because some dont charge as much or at all or even
consider private ones if the fees are comparable.

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Old Oct 26th 2002, 5:41 pm
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It depends where you are really. In BC, particularly the Lower Mainland, all they will ask for is a birth certificate, an up to date vaccinations record and the BC Med card number of each child, as this is a quick way of proving PR status. They will not enroll your children without these three items, but they can be enrolled as international students if you cough up the money. Quite simple really.
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