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Immigration Services

As an international student, you will need valid immigration documents to live, study and/or work in Canada. It is important to make sure that all of your immigration and legal documents are kept valid at all times during your stay in Canada.

You can contact our International Student Advisors for the following immigration-related questions (all consultations are confidential):

We encourage you to review the FAQ and ask.uwindsor.ca page before reaching out to us.

Connecting with an International Student Advisor:

Connect with an International Student Advisor through our drop in sessions, no appointment needed:

*for current student only*

1. Login to Blackboard

2. Click on Organization and go to “International Student Centre”

3. Click on “ISC Virtual Lounge” on the left hand side menu

4. Join an advisor for their drop in office hours at any of the times below:

  • Mondays 2pm - 3pm (Romi)
  • Tuesdays 10 – 11am  (Amal)
  • Wednesdays 10- 11am (Romi) 1pm – 2pm (Amal)
  • Thursdays 2pm – 3pm (Amal)
  • Fridays 2pm - 3pm (Romi)

1. Visit mySuccess

2. Select "Student"

3. Login with your UWin ID and password

4. Select “International and Exchange” and click “Appointments”

5. Select “Book by Appointment Provider”

6. Choose the date and time you would like to meet with them.

7. Arrive on time for your appointment. Instructions will be sent in the confirmation email on how to attend your appointment on Teams.

There are templates, tutorials and checklists on ISC’s Blackboard to complete your study permit, Temporary Resident Visa (TRV), coop work permit and post graduation work permit (PGWP) applications.

To review our resources:

1. Login to Blackboard

2. Click on Organization and go to “International Student Centre”

3. Click on “Immigration and Visa” on the left hand side menu

4. Select the corresponding folder based on your immigration application

International Student Centre (ISC) holds regular information sessions and workshops on ISC’s Blackboard page to assist you with your study permit extension, temporary resident visa application, post-graduation work permit application, United States visitor visa, etc. It is important to check the ISC’s Blackboard announcements regularly to stay up to date with our workshops.

You can contact our advisors through email at intladvisors@uwindsor.ca

  • Send your email to the related mailbox only
  • Do not send multiple emails for the same inquiry 
  • Allow 4-5 business days for a response. 

Include your name, student number and program in the subject line