Question by Clarity.: Question about a working visa/permit in canada?
I’m wanting to be an au pair in canada. I was looking up the conditions of being a live-in aupair, and it said
“You must have six months of full-time training in a classroom setting.”
I study full time, but it is by distance because I can’t be in a classroom setting where I live. There isn’t that possibility. I do do it by a proper, recognized course though. Is there still any chance of proving I study full time? Or because i’m doing it by distance, is that opportunity gone?
Answer by Ramon
Doing any course by distance is NOT considered full time for immigration purposes to Canada
you do need to be at a bricks and mortar (concrete built) school
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