Canada Introduces Minor Study Visa! Allowing Parents to Accompany Children for Education & Work 

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A Golden Opportunity for Families: Simplified Process for Children Aged 4 to 17 to Study Abroad


TORONTO: In a significant move to enhance educational opportunities and family integration, Canada has initiated the process of issuing minor study visas, offering a promising avenue for children between the ages of 4 to 17 to pursue their education in the country. A notable feature of this new development is that parents can accompany their children and subsequently transition to a work visa after arriving in Canada.

This groundbreaking initiative provides families with an exceptional opportunity to explore educational prospects in Canada collectively. Parents can now join their children as guardians under the minor study visa program, without the need to undergo the IELTS examination. The visa fee will only be applicable once the visa is approved.

Notably,  The minor study visa is designed for children in the age group of 4 to 17, focusing on higher education prospects in Canada. For those aspiring to embark on this educational adventure and explore promising futures for themselves and their children, seize this golden opportunity. To learn more and take the first step towards a brighter future in Canada, reach out at 62835-08922 without any delay.