Social Insurance Number (SIN) Clinic
Get your Social Insurance Number processed on campus!
Service Canada in collaboration with York International will offer on-campus Social Insurance Number (SIN) transactions for international students who have valid Study Permits.
Dates: January 20, 21, 22, 2020 (pick one date and one 10 minute appointment)
Time: 9:30am-3:00pm (10 minute appointment per student)
Location: 242 York Lanes
Click here to register (note that spaces are limited)! If you miss your appointment, we will not be able to accommodate a reschedule.
Social Insurance Number for International Students
You need a SIN from Service Canada to work in Canada or to get benefits and services from government programs.
What to bring for SIN Clinic
To apply for a Social Insurance Number (SIN), to request a confirmation of your SIN or to amend your SIN record, you must provide a valid primary document that proves your identity and legal status in Canada. Please bring valid identity documents as follow:
Primary Document AND
Passport / Government Photo ID
A primary document is an official document that proves your identity and status in Canada.
You must provide original documents; photocopies are not accepted.
All documents must be written in English or French or be accompanied by an official translation attested to by the translator before a notary public, or prepared by an officer of a foreign government or an official of a British or Canadian consulate.
Temporary residents must provide an original of one of the following:
Work permit issued by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
Study permit issued by IRCC, indicating that you are authorized to work in Canada:
a study permit that indicates the permit holder “may accept employment” or “may work” in Canada; or
a study permit and a “confirmation to work off campus” letter issued by IRCC prior to February 11, 2015.
If neither of these requirements is met, you must contact IRCC to verify if you are eligible to apply for an amended study permit.