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As of June 1, 2014, international students are allowed to work off campus without work permit for up to 20 hours a week during a regular academic session and full time during regularly scheduled breaks, provided that:

they hold a valid study permit;
they are full-time students enrolled at a designated learning institution;
the program in which they are enrolled is a post-secondary academic, vocational or professional training program, or a vocational training program at the secondary level offered in Quebec;
the program of study is at least six month or more in duration and one that leads to a degree, diploma or certificate; and
they continue to fulfil the terms and conditions of their study permit, as well as the conditions to engage in off campus work (e.g., work no more than 20 hours a week during a regular academic session).

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Seasoned immigration consultant, good standing member of ICCRC (RCIC#:511472), Commissioner of Oaths for BC, good standing member of Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants.
Founder of NLAimmigration, 25+ years cross consultant experiences.

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