It’s easy for Canada to study abroad. If it’s your first time to study abroad, what should you do if you don’t understand the process of entry and exit? Don’t worry, today’s study abroad website compiled a list of Canadian students entering the country. Please come and have a look.
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Immigration process for Canadian students:
() on the customs declaration form
(2) enter the airport hall for customs inspection.
may encounter immigration officers asking whether you have a passport or not. Don’t be nervous at this time, just answer it in a big way
(3) go through the immigration procedures.
at this time, the immigration officer will also ask you some simple questions, such as where you come from, what is the purpose of the visit, whether you have relatives in Canada, etc
(4) pass the examination and affix the entry seal
(5) entering Canada
Fill in customs declaration form
I believe that many students have the experience of outbound travel. When the plane is about to arrive at the destination, flight attendants will ask you to fill in the customs declaration form.
mainly involves your personal information and relevant customs declaration materials, so you must declare it truthfully The customs declaration form has four parts: A, B, C and D. as an international student, you only need to fill in three parts: a (personal information and customs declaration materials), B (non PR or citizens need to fill in) and D (personal signature).
Canada’s three major international airports can change study permit, namely Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal After getting off the plane, there will be signs to go to customs, where there will be rows of uniformed staff. At this time, they will hand over the customs declaration forms that have just been written on the plane and ask them some simple questions, such as “where did you come from” and “how long are you going to stay in Canada”, and then stamp the passport and mark the customs declaration form, so as to put all the items on the customs declaration form I will return it to you and inform the immigration office at the airport.
It is also through the sign to find the Immigration Bureau, find the staff here to apply for the study permit.
basic materials needed: passport (visa page), school offer, fund proof, etc., if there is any omission, put these materials together in advance for easy presentation
After you get the study permit, you can go to the baggage check-in to claim your luggage. There is a luggage cart at the exit, which requires $2, or you can pay $10 to hire someone to carry the luggage. There is a special charge for the $10 after it is launched from the airport. Of course, the tip should be given Before getting the luggage and going to the exit, I meet a uniformed staff member. I need to give him the tax return that has been marked at the customs reception. In general, only the header can be collected and you can go out. If you need detailed investigation, you can only open the luggage for inspection No matter what the situation is, as long as the verification is correct, the export can be smoothly carried out. At this time, it can be said that the success is as low as that of Canada
China outbound process:
1. When leaving the country, you should submit your passport and visa to the frontier defense
2. After checking in the luggage, take your carry on luggage (remember to take your pen with you) and take the boarding pass to the frontier inspection
3. Students should fill in the exit card outside the border control channel. The exit card is both Chinese and English. We only need to fill in Chinese.
should pay attention to the following contents: A. destination: Canada B. flight C. certificate number: write the passport number (note that the certificate number is the passport number, not the ID card number).
4. The police will ask you some simple questions, stamp a stamp on your passport and you can go to the security check
5. After going through the formalities, the students will take their passport, ticket, boarding pass, exit card and carry on luggage to the sea and lock in the waiting hall for boarding
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