What to do if your study permit has already expired
If you applied for your study permit extension before the expiration of your current study permit, you have what's called maintained status. You can continue studying until a decision on your study permit has been made.
Social Insurance Number (SIN) Your SIN has an expiration date and it matches your study permit. Please know that you can continue to work with your expired SIN while on maintained status. Once you have an approval, you can apply for an extension to your SIN.
Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan (AHCIP) does not automatically extend while you are on maintained status. If your study permit has already expired, please ensure you have private health coverage until you receive your approved study permit extension.
Completing an application for verification of status (VOS) or replacement of an immigration document form (IMM 5009).
It’s highly recommended that you also file a police report. You can submit an online police report for lost property to the Calgary Police Service. If you file a police report, include the report number on your IMM 5009 form.
Further instructions on how to submit your completed form and pay the required fee can be found on the IRCC website.
Please note that the verification of status (VOS) or replacement of an immigration document form (IMM 5009) application must be sent by mail; you submit this form online.
Health and dental plan
If you are a full-time undergraduate student, you are automatically enrolled in a Health and Dental plan through the Students Union (SU).