Extension of Study Permit
The expiry date on your study permit tells you when you have to stop studying and leave Canada. You need to extend your study permit.
If You have lost your student status if you’re still in Canada and the expiry date of your permit passed before you applied for a new Study permit or Work permit in some cases, you may apply to restore your status as a student. To apply, you must
- submit your application within 90 days of losing your status
- keep meeting the requirements for your stay
- have met all the conditions listed on your permit, and
- pay your fees
- restoration fee
- study permit
When to apply
You should apply to extend your permit at least 30 days before it expires. Make sure your passport doesn’t expire at the same time. You can’t extend your study permit beyond your passport’s expiry date.
How to apply
Before you apply to extend your study permit, make sure your school is on the designated learning institution list (DLI). If your school is no longer on the DLI list, you can keep studying until your current permit expires. When you need to extend your study permit, you’ll need to enroll at a DLI. You may either Apply it Online or can do a paper Application.