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Important announcement – please read carefully.

Effective January 7, 2021, at 12:01 a.m. EST, all air passengers, including international students, will be required to test negative for COVID-19 before travelling from another country to Canada. For more information on this new travel condition, see Pre-departure COVID-19 testing and negative results to be required for all air travellers coming to Canada

In response to the City of Toronto's lockdown, Humber's International Centre offices are closed for in-person visits and phone services until further notice. To contact us online, please use our Contact Form

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For information on which services on campus remain open, please monitor Humber Updates

We will continue to process applications for upcoming intakes. Current approximate application processing time is approximately six weeks. Please check Humber Updates for the most up-to-date information. Please also check Humber Colleges and Humber Global’s social media accounts.

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Canadian Income Taxes & International Students

The International Centre does not have any tax experts on staff and is not able to advise on income tax questions. However, we do want to provide information to help you understand the Canadian tax system and what you should do.

Do international students need to file taxes?

The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is responsible for administering tax programs in Canada. It has created a video series to explain Canada’s taxation system and answer important questions such as “Do international students have to file taxes?”. Click here to access the video series.  

The CRA also has information for international students on this page.

What documents do students need from Humber?

Each person’s tax situation will be different. However, all Humber students should download a T2202A form from their MyHumber account. Keep a copy of this form.

Tip #1: Make sure that your browser allows pop-up windows. Otherwise, the T2202A form will not appear.

Tip #2: If you are no longer a Humber student and/or are unable to access your MyHumber account, please contact the Registrar’s Office by e-mailing

If you are currently living in Residence on campus, then you should read this information as well.

What about students who start in January?

The income tax year follows the calendar year (January to December). If you were not in Canada before January 1, you will not need to file a tax return for the previous year.

Can someone help in person?

The Ignite partners with CRA to offer community income tax clinics in March-April. Appointment bookings will open online.

Please direct all questions about this program to the Ignite.

If you aren’t able to use Ignite's services, you may be able to receive support through another community tax program in the city. Please see here for a list of other options.

Is there anything else international students should know?

Beware of phone scams by fraudsters pretending to be the CRA, or police officers, and making threats. The CRA typically communicates by mail (post), or through its online system. Read this news story and the CRA instructions to protect yourself against fraud.