Pre-Departure Checklist - MS in Canada
Now that you have bagged that admission at your dream university, your Canadian Student Visa is all good to go, and your flight tickets are booked, the next step is to pack all your essentials before you fly out. As you are making a long-term move and would need quite a lot of essentials, there is a chance that you may miss out on important items. In this article, we have attempted to create an exhaustive pre-departure checklist of your must-carry items and other basic things. Feel free to customize this to your requirements and ignore the ones that are not relevant to you.
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Medical concerns might be a big concern your wallet when you go to Canada. This is really necessary, especially if you have any medical conditions. Visit your dentist, eye doctor, and your physician. Get a complete body check done. Do not forget to add all recent medical-related documents, certificates, and signed medical prescriptions to your pre-departure checklist. Browse online and make an enquiry if your prescribed syrups and pills are allowed in Canada. They can be little too strict on the approved medical drugs and syrups in their country.
Once you are done with packing, create a final pre-departure checklist of everything you are carrying and which bags they are in. Travelling can be cumbersome with a lot of luggage, having a pre-departure checklist will help you stay organized and stress-free.
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There are three things you should look for, while buying your travel bags: