Are you currently a Post-Secondary student with a permit to study at a Canadian school?
You may qualify for a post-graduation Work Permit. Working in Canada can provide extra points on a Permanent Residence Application, and may be the only way a young applicant can get the necessary work experience and points to immigrate to Canada.
Would you like to work in Canada after you graduate from a Canadian school?
We strongly suggest you contact us IMMEDIATELY, because there are strict deadlines in applying for a post-graduate Work Permit. If you miss the deadline, you may lose your rights forever.
Canada is a safe, peaceful, progressive democracy that welcomes people of all religions and ethnic backgrounds. Immigration Canada knows that Canadian universities want to attract foreign students. In most cases, if you studied at a school that is recognized by Immigration Canada, you can receive a Work Permit that is equal to the length of your Study Permit. Most universities, colleges and technical schools in Canada qualify. The Work Permit is limited to a maximum of three years, and you must apply while your current Study Permit is valid and no later than 90 days after graduation from the program. THERE IS NO WAY TO EXTEND THE DEADLINE IF YOU ARE LATE.
If you want to work in Canada after you graduate, and you think you may be eligible, we urge you to contact us immediately. You do not want to miss your chance.
For other immigration options for students, please see our article on “The Canadian Experience Class.”
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