Canada proposes amendments to regulations for DLIs


The Government of Canada has proposed amendments to the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations that would reportedly compel designated learning institutions (DLIs) to track and report the enrolment status of international students. DLIs would reportedly be required to comply with conditions such as submitting compliance reports pertaining to student enrolment status. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) officers would also be enabled to verify a DLI’s compliance with the conditions. Canada states that the amendments would allow IRCC to act against institutions that fail to comply, such as by placing them on a suspension list and/or suspending them from receiving international students for up to 12 months.

Canada | The Star