Alberta & Manitoba Provincial Attestation Letters

Alberta and Manitoba Institutes Send Attestation Letters

Alberta &amp: Alberta and Manitoba in Canada have commenced the issuance of Provincial Attestation Letters (PALs) to international students who have secured admission to educational institutions within these provinces.

PALs are now being distributed through Designated Learning Institutions (DLIs), which are the sole authorized entities in Canada for admitting international students.

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Specific details regarding the allocation of PALs and their distribution methods within each province have yet to be disclosed. International students pursuing PALs through DLIs might encounter additional requirements demonstrating their commitment to their chosen institution.

For example, prospective students exploring individual DLI websites, such as the University of Alberta or the University of Calgary, may find prerequisites such as payment of a deposit upon accepting their admission offer. This deposit enables the DLI to initiate a PAL application with the Alberta government.

Similarly, Manitoba is distributing PALs through DLIs across the province. Students in Manitoba may also be obligated to submit a deposit to their chosen DLI before the institution can initiate the PAL application process on their behalf.

The University of Manitoba, for instance, mandates a non-refundable tuition deposit of $2K CAD to be paid by credit card within 10 business days of the application decision, facilitating PAL processing.

These initiatives underscore Alberta and Manitoba’s commitment to facilitating the entry and integration of international students into their educational systems, promoting diversity and academic excellence within their provinces.

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