Classroom on Overseas Education in Delhi
|Most or all Immigration sessions are conducted by agents whose intent is to have you pay money for their service. Therefore, the events are likely to be “Commercial” in nature and the information provided is to ensure you use their service. The Student Herald Immigration classroom is “Non-Commercial” and our goal is to have you do your own representation and use outside representation only if absolutely necessary. Also, care must be taken on who you hire to represent because just using someone not eligible to represent you may disqualify you and you may not even know it.
The Student Herald offers a perspective on all migration options and not just limited to one region in Canada where your local agent could have an association with. We offer tools which will allow you to represent yourself without making errors.
The Student Herald sessions are ticketed events where the cost of the speaker, hosting fees, and promotion fees are charged to the participants. However, if you are a client of a major Canadian immigration firm, please contact them as they may be able to provide tickets.
Please do not expect refreshments, brochures, or writing materials at The Student Herald Immigration classroom. We try to keep costs low. Some sessions are long, extending over 3 hours. Please bring your own snack, water, and a pen and pad to take down notes.
There is a perception that if you study in Canada, you automatically qualify for Permanent Residence in Canada. This is a myth. The Permanent Residence Quotas do not support it. Every year over 100K study permits are issued and at any time, there may be over 1 million temp Residents in Canada and the quota for permanent residence is only 350K. Students who update themselves with Immigration regulation and avoid common errors has a better chance of Permanent Residence in Canada. Learn before you try! Come with your parents! A classroom ticketed event which you will never regret attending!
Some of the things which need to be understood are the following:
- Will studying in Canada qualify me for Permanent Residence? Absolutely NO. Then what makes me qualifiable?
- Provincial Nominee Programs – What & How? Which province has better chances?
- Should I study in the Province to become eligible for Permanent Residence there?
- Can I study in any Canadian Institution? I was told that only if I study in certain institutions my chances for Permanent Residence improve,
- Which courses have better chances for Permanent Residence?
- Can I take my spouse when I go to study? What other benefits do I have?
- Can I work as a student? How much can I earn?
- I am working now, can I still study in Canada?
The Student Herald event is a 3-hour non-commercial event covering Independent (Skilled worker) Migration to Canada, Education approaches & Business class migration. Non-Commercial means sometimes, if the opportunity is not there, it would be wise not to pursue it. If the opportunity exists, then you can understand the risks involved and the time factors influencing processing. Students will understand what the approaches for Permanent Residence are and always it will enhance their knowledge and know if they are doing the right thing for their future!
How will The Student Herald Classroom benefit you?
Immigration Seminars are all commercial and most often focus on a limited number of opportunities. The Student Herald Classroom is Non-Commercial. That is why we cannot afford to conduct it without paid tickets for the event to cover Speaker (from Canada) fees, travel expenses, and event location expenses. At the Student Herald event, all migration options will be discussed because there are many in Canada and you will hear about it directly from a Canadian Authorized Representative’s mouth. We discuss a wide variety of programs across Canada. Canada is the second largest country in the world spanning 5 time zones. Every region in Canada is unique and has a specific set of migration challenges and options. Sometimes study in Provinces which have low population is helpful, sometimes not!
Why will this Class Room help even if you have previously applied?
If you have previously applied under one migration program, you may be missing out on the other programs with are available. Most agents and their associates promote programs they are comfortable in ignoring other programs which an applicant can capitalize. The Student Herald partners with organizations which operate across Canada thereby covering most migration programs available. For Students, it could assist them in choosing where in Canada to study and also what type of courses and institutions they can select to have maximum chances for settlement.
Why is the Student Herald charging fees when others are free?
Non-commercial means we need to charge fees to offset costs. When an agent conducts an event, his focus is for the participant to sign up for his service. Student Herald events, you don’t sign up with anyone. We provide information on all migration options and you decide to represent yourself or have a Canadian Authorized Representative represent you. The Student Herald also offers tools so that you can do it yourself if you have the time.
When can a skilled worker PR applicant apply for Canadian Citizenship?
Come for the event and learn about Landing obligations, Residency obligations, Citizenship and more….
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|Should you attend one or both the events?
|Those seeking Immigration (skilled worker & education approach) attend the Immigration & Education event. Those whose family member comprises of a businessman or businesswoman, attend both. Inquiries may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.|
Terms and Conditions:
- Ticket sales are final
- This is a classroom session and is not commercial and costs are calculated to cover Speaker Fees, space and promotions
- Tickets are not transferable unless approved prior to arrival at the location. Please request approval for transfer at least 3 days prior to the event by sending an email from the registered email on the ticket to email@example.com.
- Entry is allowed only based on the display of a valid ticket (electronic or print) and a government-issued photo ID. Door staff will close all doors 30 minutes after the start of the event.
- Parking is the responsibility of the attendee. The venues have parking facilities which is not under the control of the host.
- The event lasts up to 4 hours and does not include soft drinks or snacks. Please prepare yourself when you arrive by bringing snacks and a bottle of water with you.
- Please do not litter inside the event hall.
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