Study Permit for Myla and Work Permit for Charlemagne


FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Carl Benito, Myla Alacala, her partner Charlemagne Rebolledo, and their daughter.

Filipinos have a sense of exploration, venturing into new things, and making memories through traveling. Myla Alcala arrived in Canada October 6th 2013 in order to support her family back in the Philippines. From March 2014 until May 2015 she worked as a Food Counter Attendant at Mcdonald’s in Calgary. In this time she regularly sent money to support her family in the Philippines. She is currently on maternity leave and is expecting in the weeks to come. Note to Myla: please remember Carl Benito when you need a ninong.

Myla initially heard of immigration consultant Carl Benito from some friends who he helped get Permanent Residency. Around August 2014 she had an initial consultation with Kuya Carl both for herself and for her common-law partner in regards to the Restoration of their temporary resident status. Myla hired Kuya Carl as her representative, and he submitted a Study Permit application in December 2015. Two months later, on February 2, 2016, Myla received the wonderful news that her Study Permit application was approved. At the same time, Myla’s common-law partner, Charlemagne Rebolledo, received an Open Work Permit.

Spouses or common-law partners of international students studying full-time and have a valid study permit in Canada are eligible for an open work permit. Having an open work permit enables Charlemagne to work full-time while Myla studies.

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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