|タイトル||： Re: カナダのトロントにあるTOEICの学校について教えてください|
|投稿日||： 2005/12/23(Fri) 23:03|
(No Japanese type set ---reading only)
When you come in you may have to have a return ticket if you have no
visa (but they may not check --- they did not check it once for me).
You can apply after you decided the school but it will take another 14-30 days: Applying to somewhere in Alberta called “the case processing center.
(Need financial bank statement.)
Once you got a visa then you have to go to the US; for you, you go to the Niagara fall. Then you go to the US and come back to Canada then get a proper documentation at the Canadian immigration office. (I did not crossed to the US but went directly to the office. After I got the document they realized that I did not go to the US but they just said fine.)
No, I do not think so. They state that you have to get out first; this means crossed to the US for a Japanese.
Please see above. You may need a return ticket without a visa. (You can
buy a regular return ticket from JAL and cancel the ticket with a cost of a few hundreds. They might reject you without a visa or a return ticket.
All information can be found at Canadian immigration web sites. Or check the international student office of universities then you can find a plenty of information.
(You should check the international student offices of UT, York, Ryerson(?). to know about Toronto.)
You can also check someone's web pages who came to Canada. (Sorry I do not
have useful web pages of my own. See Yahoo geocities --- study abroad)
It is a good idea to take classes in adult education places. --- People in Toronto should have better ideas. Many places give free or cheap ESL classes for immigrants.
I only did uiniversity degrees in Canada so I know more about university systems than something else.