Work Visa Guide
Work Visa Guide
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Work in Canada
The Canadian government has various work programs to allow international Migrants to work legally. Millions of Foreign skilled workers come every year to work in Canada on Temporary Work Permits.
Would you like to gain valuable Work Experience in Canada? If Yes, then Read this Article.
1. Over View of Canadian Work Permit
You need Work permit to Work in Canada If:
? You want to Earn in Canada,
? You are not the Citizen of Exempted Countries,
? You have offer of employment from a Canadian Employer
Work Permit Exemptions:
2. Eligibility for Canadian Work Permit
To Get Canadian Work Permit,
? You must have Visit Visa of Canada
? You must be in Good Health
? You must be Honest and Hard Working
? You must have offer of employment from a Canadian Employer
? You must have proof that you meet the Requirements of the Job
3. Documents Required for Work Permit
You Get Canadian Work Permit you must Provide Copies of,
? Canadian Visit Visa
? Job Offer Letter from Canadian Employer
? Academic Certificates
4. Canadian Work Permit Fee and Charges:
Work permit – maximum fee for group of three or more performing artists and their staff.
Note: To be eligible for the maximum fee, a group of three or more performing artists and their staff must apply at the same time and same place. However, performing artists and their staff who also need a visa (temporary resident visa) still need to pay the appropriate fee for each individual. The maximum visa fee applies only to families.
5. Work Permit Procedure:
Note: Some jobs may not require a work permit.
The first step is done by the employer who wishes to hire you. Your employer is responsible for applying for Labour Market Opinion (LMO), if necessary. Once the LMO is granted by ESDC, your Canadian employer can extend a temporary job offer to you by sending you a copy of the positive LMO along with the detailed job offer letter. With these documents, you can apply to HRSDC for a Canada Temporary Work Permit. A Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) officer will issue the Canada Temporary Work Permit at the point of entry when you arrive in Canada.
Be aware that many Canadian visa offices have specific local instructions whose documents you must submit with your application. In this case, you can consult the list of Canadian visa offices abroad.
6. Check Visa Processing Time
7. Work Permit Extension:
Foreign workers | Work permit Extension
Live-in caregivers | Work Permit Extension
Permanent resident applicants | Work Permit Extension
If you are an economic class applicant whose work permit is due to expire, you may be eligible for an open work permit. This permit allows you to continue to work in Canada while you await a final decision on your permanent residence application. Find out how to get an open work permit.