International Student Advising
It is your responsibility to make sure that all of your immigration and legal documents are maintained and up-to-date. However, we understand that navigating government regulations and important paperwork can be challenging. The CIE’s immigration advising office is here to help.
The Student Advising office is located in room 202 at the Centre for International Experience, 33 St. George Street.
We are open Monday to Friday by appointment only. You can call the immigration advisor at: (416) 978-2038.
To send a written question to the Student Advisor, please email email@example.com. Note that the Student Advisor can only help U of T students or those accepted to study at U of T. Please use your U of T email address or provide your student number when contacting this email address.
To schedule an appointment to meet with the Student Advisor, please follow these instructions:
- Go to https://cln.utoronto.ca/home.htm
- Log in with your UTOR ID and password
- Go to "Appointments" on the left.*
- Click "Learn More" under "St. George Centre for International Experience"
- Click "Book an appointment now” button
- Click “Book by appointment provider"
- Scroll down the list and select Aziz El Mejdouby or Teresa Leong, who are the immigration advisors.
*If you are a student who works at U of T, please make sure you are logged in to your student account. Your student account is available in the top right corner under "Access Different Account."
If you can't book an appointment online please email firstname.lastname@example.org with 2 possible times suitable to your schedule and an appointment will be assigned. In your email please include your name and student number, phone number, level and program of study, and the reason for your appointment. Please Note: The International Student immigration Advisor does not provide advice about Permanent Residency (PR/PNP) Options. For any PR related questions please refer to the Citizenship and Immigration Canada website.
CIE Orientation information sessions (August/September and January)
Study Permit/Work Permit/Entry Visa workshops (online applications to CIC)
Permanent Residency information sessions
USA or France Visa information sessions
Income tax information sessions (March/April)
Income tax clinic (March/April) where you can get individual advice about filing taxes in Canada
Read about the area that concerns you, and contact us if you have any questions:
Apply online to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) for:
USA Visa/Work Permits (download the presentation in the documents section)