While you Travel

The following documents will be required at Canada’s Port of Entry and should be carried with you in your Carry-On bag:

  • Original Sault College Letter of Acceptance
  • Sault College Co-op Letter (only if you have a placement in your program)
  • Your Passport, valid for the duration of your stay
  • Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) or eTA
  • Letter of Introduction (approval letter issued by the Canadian Embassy)
  • Proof of Funds for the duration of your stay in Canada
  • Proof you have paid your fees to Sault College. You will find your receipt by checking MySault College under Student Account.
  • Any other documents you used when you applied for your Study Permit
  • If you have a placement in your program, you may present the Co-op Letter to the border officer and request to issue a Co-op Work Permit in addition to your Study Permit
  • Proof of a valid COVID-19 molecular test that was taken within 72 hours your entry into Canada or your scheduled flight departure time
  • Receipt of ArriveCan App

 

Based on the documents that you present, the border officer will assess you and make a decision on whether to issue your Study Permit.

In addition, you should carry the following for your travels:

  • Your ArriveCan receipt showing submission of quarantine details
  • Your detailed Quarantine Plan (accessible through iCent)
  • Face masks (minimum of 2 recommended) which cover your mouth and nose
  • Hand sanitizer in 100 ml bottles to be placed in a clear resealable bag
  • Food/Snacks and water (check with your airline regarding whether or not they will have any food available in-flight)
  • Disinfecting wipes
  • List of emergency contacts (on paper)
  • Any allergy or important medical or health information (on paper)
  • All prescription medication to last you a couple of months or until you have begun attending classes
  • Any over-the-counter medication you might need (for example, ibuprofen, paracetamol, benadryl, etc.)
  • Your personal laptop or tablet so you can take part in orientation activities or classes during quarantine
  • Electrical adaptors and chargers for your electronics


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