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Hi, I am Canadian and my wife is Spanish. We would love to move to Vancouver and start our Canadian life soon. We were wondering if she applies for a student visa can we : 1. apply for permanent residence (outside of Canada) and then move to Canada for her course 2. apply for permanent residence when we are in Canada 3. with either option 1 and 2 can she apply for a student work permit ? Thanks
There is no "soon" when it comes to Canadian permanent residency. Processing times for spousal sponsorships will run around a year for most European countries. Current averages are 66 days for the sponsor's review and the nearest visa office for Spain reports an 8 month average on processing applicants. I'm not sure the nature of this course. If it is less than six months, she does not need a study visa -- although she can only stay in the country for 90 days as an EU citizen without a visa. If we are talking longer courses (such as a university program), she will need to either wait for her Leeds application or apply at the university or college as an international student, be accepted, then apply for a study visa -- paying international student rates (about $12,000 a semester). As part of her study visa application she will need to provide financial records as proof she has the funds (tuition, fees, and living costs) to cover this and they typically limit the length of the visa based on the funds. If her study visa is approved she may apply for a study work permit. However, this is dated to the same period of study permit. It is also strictly limited to twenty hours per week. If her employer submits a payroll remittance to CRA with more than twenty hours in the week, she is in serious trouble. You should also check the province and/or universities policies on applicants with recent Leeds applications. Some provinces (I don't think BC, but check) charge international student fees to students who have not had their Leeds for at least two years. In addition, your sponsorship agreement with CIC will limit her ability to apply for many types of government assistance -- including student loans, various bursaries, income assistance, etc. This is something you should be taking up with an immigration lawyer. You are entering a process which is going to cost you tens of thousands of dollars, take probably a year, and require a lot of paperwork.
Am Canadian and my wife is Spanish. We would love to move to Vancouver and start our Canadian life soon. We were wondering if she applies for a student visa can we : 1. apply for permanent residence (outside of Canada) and then move to Canada for her course YES - but she has to be an international student for the first 12 months. 2. apply for permanent residence when we are in Canada Inside or outside canada - your choice - 3. with either option 1 and 2 can she apply for a student work permit YES but she will be an international student and will have to pay international fees.
When you are resident in Canada, and you sponsor your wife, she will get her Leeds in less than a year. She can stay in Canada as a tourist in the meantime, or apply for university as an international student, paying international fees, about double. She cannot work or seek work as a tourist although she may volunteer for unpaid work for local experience. She will qualify for local university fees once she has been legally, fully resident in Canada for at least one year.