You can get immigration and advice and information from Student Services in presentations, workshops and one-on-one appointments.
Our regulated international student immigration advisors can help you with:
- study permits
- co-op/internship work permits
- post-graduation work permits
- temporary resident visas and electronic travel authorizations
- permits and visas for a student’s spouse and/or dependents
Advisors can't complete applications or represent students to IRCC.
Have a look at our application tip sheets and IRCC application guides for more help with the immigration permits and visa applications.
Advisors can't provide support or advice on:
- permanent residency (e.g., Express Entry or BC PNP)
- citizenship options
- permits not related to student status
- immigration documents for other countries
Contact an RCIC or immigration lawyer with any further questions or for assistance with permanent residency.
Pathway to Permanent Residency info sessions
Throughout the year we invite Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCICs) and immigration lawyers to give general information sessions about Pathways to Permanent Residency. Information about these presentations will be emailed to students and posted on the events page.
For general information on permanent residency and opportunities to work after graduation, visit the IRCC website.
As an international student, you are responsible for maintaining your status in Canada and following the conditions of your immigration documents.
For more information visit Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.
As a Designated Learning Institution in Canada, Royal Roads University is required to report to IRCC on international student enrolments and academic status. Visit the IRCC website to learn more about the compliance reporting and student enrolment status options.
Immigration and application processes and processing times are being impacted by COVID-19. Visit the IRCC website for the latest information and updates.
Read our response to COVID-19 for Royal Roads information.
Travelling to Canada? Read our travel information for students.
Book an appointment for individual immigration advising from one of our immigration advisors.