International Students - Frequently Asked Questions
Immigration and Multiculturalism
Where is the immigration office in London?
- 417 Exeter Road, London, Ont (no public phone number)
This office is open to the public Tuesdays and Thursdays only from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Applicants for temporary resident visas, study permits, and work permits must apply in their country of residence, their country of nationality, or the country in which they have been legally admitted.
For more information visit the website of Citizenship and Immigration Canada: http://www.cic.gc.ca/.
Where can I find a list of foreign embassies in Canada?
- Foreign Representatives in Canada
Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada
- Canadian Almanac and Directory
Located in Library and Media Services, Fanshawe College, Room L1003
Call Number: REF F 5003.A213
Where can I contact multicultural groups?
- London Cross Cultural Learner Centre
505 Dundas Street, London
Provides assistance to new-comers and minority groups in the London area.
- London Intercommunity Health Centre
659 Dundas Street, London, ON, N5W 2Z1
1355 Huron St , Unit 7 London ON, N5V 1R9
The LIHC "provides inclusive and equitable health and social services" such as art therapy, children's nutrition and learning project, health outreach and a men's group.
- London Public Library
Various programs available.
For more information go their website: http://www.londonpubliclibrary.ca/
- LUSO Community Services
1193 Oxford Street East, Unit 2 , London, Ontario N5Y 3M2
Supported by the United Way of London and Middlesex, LUSO provides programs and services for children, youth and families and seniors of culturally diverse and ethnic backgrounds.