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The answer is YES. It is possible to change the visa from a tourist or visitor visa to a Work permit (Work Visa) in Canada.
Yes. You can apply for a study permit while you're in Canada.
Yes, if your study permit has already expired but you applied for extension before the expiry of your study permit, you will have \u201cImplied Status\u201d. You can apply for post-graduation work permit while you are on implied status.
If you were a student, but you've applied for a work permit instead, you can't keep studying while you wait for a decision on your application. You also can't work until we've approved your application.
The processing time varies and can take several months. If you haven't applied for restoration of study permit and more than 90 days have passed from the expiry date, you have to leave the country and apply for a new study permit from your country of residence/citizenship.
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The extra 90 days gives you time to prepare to leave Canada or to extend your stay in Canada.
The application fee is $150 CDN and must be paid when applying by credit card. It is important to apply as early as possible since the processing time may take a few months.
The answer is yes, you can, but should you? A change of status means a change in your intention. For example, when you obtain a visa and enter the USA, you would have expressed to the US government your intention of a brief visit. The change in such intention can be construed to be deliberate and preconceived.
No, you can not have both a study permit and an open work permit at the same time.
If you want to study in Canada longer, you need to extend your study permit. You should apply to extend your study permit at least 30 days before your current permit expires. However, we recommend you apply more than 30 days before it expires.