I wanted to know, what fee will be charged from students in college if their parents are on work permit in canada, and

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Customer: hi,, i wanted to know, what fee will be charged from students in college if their parents are on work permit in canada, and are establishing business in time line of 2 years,, will it be charged as domestic fee or international student fee
JA: What steps have they taken? Have they filed any paperwork with the U.S. government?
Customer: candian work permit
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Customer: we are applying for immigration to canda under business visa scheme, wanted to know the college fee of children
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are you here or its computer generated answer?
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Good morning – generally speaking, schools will charge domestic rate if the student (or their parent) is a Canadian citizen or has PR status. Other exceptions include refugees. Some schools have a broader definition of a domestic student. You should review the criteria for each school to get a definitive answer.

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it means until PR is not achieved, they will be charged as international students fee structure ? please be specific
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Some schools will consider the dependent child at domestic rates if the parent is here on a work permit.

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Yes, they would be charged international rate until PR is granted.

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ok , but i am talking here is college or university students not just high schools,
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I'm only referring to college/university.

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ok, i got it , thanks for the information.
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My pleasure. Thank you for using JustAnswer. I wish you the best of luck. If you have any follow up questions about this matter, please do not hesitate to reach out to me using this chat window.

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can you suggest me, if i want to apply for immigration to canada, what is the best possible criteria i should apply in, i am into real estate and construction business,
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You could apply for the Business Immigration Program – Start-up Business Class. Here is a link with more information: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/application/application-forms-guides/guide-5759-application-permanent-residence-business-immigration-program-start-business-class.html

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