Study Permit for Marlon


FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Carl Benito, Marlon Ducalang, and CJ Benito.

Canadian Immigration Minister John McCallum recently said that students “are the best source of immigrants, in the sense that they’re educated, they’re young, they speak English or French, they know something of the country.” That is why the Minister thinks that the Canadian government “should be doing everything we can do to court them.”

Immigration consultant Carl Benito is doing everything he can to help prospective students get their permit to study in Canada as his simple way of helping the Canadian government court them. One such prospective student is Marlon Ducalang, who arrived in Canada in March 2014 to work in the construction industry.

Marlon went to Carl’s office in Edmonton in December 2015 to request assistance in applying for a study permit because he wanted to go to a learning institution in order for him to upgrade his knowledge and skills. Marlon believed that the upgrade would raise his knowledge and skills to a higher standard and, in effect, serve as his ticket to finding better employment opportunities in Canada.

Marlon received the approval of his study permit on February 23, 2016. Study permit holders in Canada may gain work experience by working up to 20 hours per week during regular academic sessions and by working full-time during scheduled breaks, such as the winter and summer holidays or spring break.

Anyone who wants to apply for Canadian permanent residence, work permit, study permit, driver’s license, and other immigration processes should contact Carl Benito by phone 780-298-4308 or by email To book your appointment with Carl please go to this link:

Carl considers his work in immigration consultancy as his own way of honoring God. His experience as member of the Alberta Legislature (2008-2012), his exposure to people of various origins as well as his devout faith in God have inspired Carl to dedicate himself to helping immigrants. As an immigrant himself, Carl fully understands that finding work, extending status and moving to Canada is an extremely challenging process. That is why he prayed hard that God may use him as instrument in helping immigrants find work, study, extend their permit and re-unite with their loved ones through various immigration processes, including permanent residency and citizenship in Canada. Carl is not only sincere, honest and hardworking, he is also trustworthy as his only desire is to honour God in everything that he does.

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