The Uncapped Work Rights Policy in Canada has been Increased!

The Uncapped Work Rights Policy in Canada has been Increased!

The government has extended the uncapped work rights policy, which permits international students in Canada to work more than 20 hours per week, until April 30, 2024, when the current academic year ends. 

IRCC is looking at constantly increasing the work grant to 30 hours per week, but Miller ruled out allowing students to work full-time permanently, despite calls from student groups. 

The changes are the latest step in a suppression by Canada’s federal government of ‘bad actors’ in the international education sector. The government previously declared a change to the verification process of admission letters to help tackle cheating.

Miller also warned universities that they should only be recruiting international students if they have somewhere for them to live, as Canada continues to face a housing crisis.

He also said that the government anticipates “proper health support and a proper academic experience” to be provided.

According to IRCC, the cost-of-living requirement for international applicants has not changed since the early 2000s, when it was set at $10,000. So, the amount of money has also been increased.

Stay tuned to AIMS Education to get more updates on Canadian immigration laws and systems. For more updates check our website.

FAQ

Can international students in Canada work part-time?

Ans: Yes, international students in Canada can work part-time to bear their educational costs. The time will be increased when the current academic year ends.

How many hours a week can an international student in Canada work?

Ans: International students in Canada can work more than 20 hours per week, until April 30, 2024, when the current academic year ends.

What is the extended work permit opportunity in Canada for international students?

Ans: IRCC is looking at constantly increasing the work grant to 30 hours per week, but Miller ruled out allowing students to work full-time permanently.

Is Canada the best for international students?

Ans: International students in Canada experience exciting opportunities along with top-class educational services from world-ranking universities.

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