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    Posted: 29 May 2010 at 10:55pm
Hi guy
I have a big problem with my study permit.
I m a student in Toronto and i came here 5 weeks ago. When i was in my country i got both Student Visa(s-1) and study permit approval. But after arrived to Canada, no body asked me a question and i entered directly from custom. But a few days ago i learn from my course i have a problem about my study permit. when i checked my passport i couldn't see any information about entered to canada, like entered stamp or resident expired date and i didn' t get my student permit document. But i need this document because i want to extend it.
So after this time can i get my study permit document? I have a Study permit approval: Letter of Introduction and i have reference number for study permit.


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Go to immigration and bring the letter you received together with your visa. Are you from a country whose citizens do not need visas to enter Canada?

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<font size="2" color="#000000" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica,   sans-serif">Hi guyI have a big problem with my study permit. I m a student in Toronto and i came here 5 weeks ago. When i was in
my country i got both Student Visa(s-1) and study permit approval.
But after arrived to Canada, no body asked me a question and i entered
directly from custom. But a few days ago i learn from my course i have a
problem about my study permit. when i checked my passport i couldn't
see any information about entered to canada, like entered stamp or
resident expired date and i didn' t get my student permit document. But i
need this document because i want to extend it.So after this time can i
get my study permit document? I have a Study permit approval: Letter
of Introduction and i have reference number for study permit.

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Unfortunately; my country's citizens need visa for enter to Canada and i have multiple entry visa for enter canada. I want to go to a CBSA(Canada Border Service Agency) which is in the Pearson airport. What is your ideas, can they give me my study permit issue?
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how is that possible that u enterd a country without getting any stamp at the airport , this is totally impossible , i mean u cant enter a country unless immigaration officer check ur passport and give u a entry stamp... if it happens first they are going to question ur status in canada coz they never gonna beleive u that u come to canada legally.. so be prepare for alot of questions.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote aktas Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 Oct 2010 at 4:32pm
yes you are right it is impossible but not for me :) anyway i called the airport immigration office and they said it was impossible but they couldnt do anythink. and officer recommended to go to niagara border. i went to niagara they checked my status then i crossed the bridge i took a paper from usa immigration then i came back to canadian immigration office. they gave my issue :) and they didnt ask any question.
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