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IRCC Attestation Letter​


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​​​​​​​​​Attestation Letter (January 22, 2024)

Note: This information or requirements do not currently relate to the college. According to our understanding, IRCC will require an attestation letter from a province or territory.

Who does not need an attestation letter?

  • If you have received an LOA from the college and applied for the study permit - visa outside Canada on or before January 22, 2024. 

  • If you're a student applying to extend your study permit (within Canada), you do not need an attestation letter when applying for a study permit.

  • Distance learning: A study visa, permit or Attestation letter is not required if the learning method is online distance education. Distance learning can be done through e-learning, correspondence, or Internet courses anywhere in Canada or outside Canada.

  • Short-term courses: Foreign nationals may enter Canada or remain in Canada without a study permit to attend a course or program of study of 6 months duration or less [R188(1)(c)]. This exemption helps to facilitate access to short-term courses, regardless of their subject matter. The course or program of study may be part-time or full-time and should be completed within the period authorized upon entry (that is, up to 6 months).

Are in Canada and one of the following situations applies to you:

How to get an attestation letter (If applicable)

According to the IRCC Website, “Each province or territory is developing a process for obtaining an attestation letter. These processes are expected to be in place by March 31, 2024."

  • This means that applicants who have submitted applications for the study permit to the IRCC before January 22, 2024, will be processed according to the previous policy and rules.  
  • “IRCC will return any application received on or after January 22, 2024, without an attestation letter unless you’re exempt.”

What if I have received an LOA from the college that has not expired, but I have yet to apply for a Canadian study visa permit after January 22, 2024?

  • LOA from a DLI is still a statutory requirement to apply for a study visa or permit, and you will still need it to get an attestation letter. 

  • For those who have yet to apply for a visa or permit or by the date of January 22, 2024, you can keep the current valid LOA. Once you get an attestation letter from the province, you can use it to apply for a study visa or permit. 

  • Admission-LOA deferral:  As a one-time Favour and to accommodate those who are affected by the new policy,  you can apply for a deferral of admission and receive an updated valid LOA without paying additional admission application processing or LOA fee if you have applied for admission and received the confirmation of enrolment contract or LOA on or after November 1, 2023, until March 31, 2024 

  • How to apply deferral: This deferral request must be submitted via online application form  30 days before the expiry of the current LOA.

(This form should be used to apply for LOA deferral only.) You must upload the following documents with this form. 

  1. Copy of current LOA,
  2. Proof of visa application submitted to the IRCC, if applied.
  3. Copy your government photo ID.

Important Note: (In-complete or duplicate submissions will be deleted by the system). Processing time to consider request and response is 10-15 business days.
Please do not send multiple request to unrelated email accounts avoid delay or deletion. 

  • Once you get an attestation letter from the province, you can apply for a study visa or permit or request a deferral of the LOA at no extra fee to another available admission intake. Use this link for our detailed policy on LOA.  

We will keep all applicants informed on the website, social media and live seminars as soon as we have updated information from the IRCC.

We do not have any other update or offer services via phone or walk-in on the above matter. 

Until then, we suggest
exploring the IRCC website or contacting the IRCC or your legal professional for more information or an opinion. 

Student Services Administrator
C.C.E.C. Canadian Career Education College