Work & Study Permit

Getting Started:

Dr. Abedi will review your case and advise you regarding the following:

  • Help you understand alternatives, resolve issues and decide on a suitable action plan.
  • Recommend the Canadian immigration category or type of visa most suitable for you.
  • Supply you with a comprehensive package of materials including instructions, checklists, questionnaires and other documents to prepare your application.
  • Prepare and submit your application and report to you.
  • Monitor the progress of your application and provide you with ongoing consultation, advice and reports.
  • Respond to further requirements and issues as they arise.
  • Where appropriate, submit and support a request on your behalf for waiver of interview.
  • Help you prepare for your interview if one is required.
  • Give you additional support as needed, such as arrangements for an interpreter.
  • Assist with any matters which may arise from or after your interview.
  • Advise you about the landing procedure mid-settlement in Canada.
  • Assist you to remove any conditions attached to your visa or landing document.
  • Following your immigration, provide the legal assistance you need to start and operate a business, acquire property, make other investments, etc.


Study Permit

Before obtaining a study permit, a student must be accepted by a designated learning institution in a program longer than six months. The student must show that they have enough funds for their tuition fees, textbooks, living expenses, and etc.

The student will be refused if they have a criminal record. The student will also be refused if he/she cannot convince an immigration officer that he/she will not leave Canada at the end of their authorized stay. In most cases, the student will need a medical examination and must provide security information.