International students coming from India face challenges to support their education and the cost of living in Canada. Because of the limit of 20 hours per week, these students work unofficially to meet their expenses. Some students approach driving schools that sell Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) to foreign nationals to become permanent residents in Canada. They face exploitation and pay money to get an LMIA. In addition to Indian students, many immigrants coming from India as a cook or a chef also start driving trucks because it pays more money.
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