One Bug Posted May 5, 2014 Share Posted May 5, 2014 I've just (as in, ten minutes ago) been offered admission to my first-choice program in British Columbia. In the offer letter, they stipulate that in order to be placed for my September practicum, I need to provide proof of a study permit by June 15th. If I can't do this, I'll have to complete my practicum the following September, adding another year onto my program. I live in the Northeastern US and could conceivably get up to the border to apply for a study permit before June 15th. My question is, can I apply for a study permit at the border, stay in the country for a long weekend, and then go back home to prepare for the move? Or does the whole big move need to happen all at the same time? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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