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Student Visa, dependant child school question

Old Jul 15th 2012, 2:32 am
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Suppose parent was enrolled in a course from January 2013, but you need the child to start at the beginning of the High school year, September 2012.

Are they able to attend school from for the 3 months prior to parent starting course.
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Default Re: Student Visa, dependant child school question

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Suppose parent was enrolled in a course from January 2013, but you need the child to start at the beginning of the High school year, September 2012.

Are they able to attend school from for the 3 months prior to parent starting course.
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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