IRCC combats international students who do not comply with terms of their stay in Canada


22 Nov
22Nov

According to the internal report of the IRCC, 10% of international students enrolled in colleges and universities are “potentially” not complying with the conditions of their stay in Canada. This number is likely higher as many schools fail to report the status of up to 20% of international students. 587 of the 655 institutions across Canada (90%) submitted data on foreign students’ enrolment. According to the report, 9% or 28,049 of the 316,531 study permit holders were identified as "potentially non-complying" the conditions of their study permits. Schools also failed to report about the status of 16% or 51,051 of the international students. 5,502 study permits were revoked in 2018. In the first two months of 2019 alone, IRCC cancelled 1,048 study permits.

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