We offer convenient Airport pick up and drop off services.
We have created the following guide to help international students easily understand steps involved after arrival at any Canadian airport
Please see below for instructions on airport procedures.
1ImmigrationAfter landing at a Canadian airport, follow marked signs to the Immigration counters.
2PermitsFollow the instruction given by Immigration officers and obtain your Permits (Eg: Study permit for International Students.)
3CustomsAfter obtaining all your permits, proceed to baggage arrival. Make sure you collect all your bags . Once you have collected all your bags proceed towards exit gate.
4Meet HSP agent.Once you finish your customs and exit the gates, Look for the HSP representative holding a sign with you name.
5RelaxOur HSP agent will take care of the rest and make sure you reach the appropriate location . Sit back and enjoy AMAZING CANADA
When you arrive at a Canadian airport, you will present yourself to a Canadian immigration officer. Before you do, make sure you have the following documents ready:
Letter of Introduction from the Canadian Consulate or High Commission:
This is the letter you receive from the visa office if you applied, and have been approved, for a study permit. It is sometimes called the letter of introduction or introductory letter. Officially, it is called the Port of Entry (POE) Introduction Letter.
- Valid passport, with Temporary Resident Visa (TRV)/entry visa (if required).
- Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) (if required)
- Original or copy of your letter of acceptance from University/College.
- Evidence of financial support.
- List of items that you are sending separately (if applicable). Have this list stamped by an Immigration Officer.
- Letters of reference or other documents recommended by the Canadian embassy, Consulate or High Commission.
- Record of Health Immunizations (if required)
Make sure you keep all these items, as well as cash, traveller’s cheques and other valuable documents with you. Do not put them in your checked baggage.
Respond to all questions the immigration officer asks you with clear, simple answers. Service is available in English and French. If you do not fully understand the questions, ask for an interpreter. They are available in many languages.
The Canadian Border Services Agency is responsible for customs. Detailed information about Canada Customs regulations is available from the Canadian embassy or high commission in your country. The Canadian government puts no restrictions on a reasonable amount of clothing, books or other items for your personal use. Limited quantities of alcohol and tobacco are permitted. You may bring all personal effects into Canada duty-free. We recommend you make a list of all the items you are bringing, including serial numbers of cameras, radios, computers, etc. and the approximate value of each.