There are multiple types of work permits available and based on the
qualifications and case, an applicant can choose accordingly.
Graduate work permit: After graduation from a designated college or institute
in Canada, applicants are eligible to apply for work permit and can get it for anywhere from 1 to 3
Closed work permit: Applicant can get a closed work permit as a result of a
positive LMIA (Labour Market Impact Assessment)
Bridging work permit: Applicant can extend his/her work permit if he/she has
province nomination approval or if he/she has already applied for Permanent Residence.
Basic Requirements for the candidate:
Applicant currently resides in Canada and holds a valid study/work permit or applicant's
spouse/parents hold a valid study/work permit.
Graduated from a Canadian college or university.
Have a temporary resident permit valid for at least six months
In process for CIC Permanent Residence application.
Have questions? Contact us today!
POST GRADUATION WORK PERMIT
International students after succesful completion of their academic program can apply
for PGWP. This allows students to stay in Canada post completion temporarily for work. PGWP can
only be received once so for students looking to gain permanent residency post graduation, they must
take advantage of this opportunity.
Finished a degree, diploma or certificate from an eligible post-secondary institute.
Should have full-time student status in Canada for every semester of the academic program.
Proof of completion of the program, including official letter and transcript.
*For some students based on their respective cases,
this might not be a viable choice. To discuss
your options and learn more contact us.
CAREGIVER WORK PERMIT
If you have nursing, caregiving or nanny experience and wish to work to
Canada, you can file for caregiver work permit.