Having a job after graduation is a very good opportunity for you international students in Canada who want to experience the working environment as well as have a permanent intention to settle. To accomplish this goal, you need a Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) in Canada, allowing you to continue living and working here.
Accordingly, a post-graduation work permit is a condition for graduates to work in any legal career with any employer in Canada. Furthermore, the applicant is required to have an existing job offer or job at the time of application.
There are 2 ways to do this process: online registration or paper application. For online registration, you need to create a MyCIC account on the website and then follow the available requirements such as entering the code, filling in the application form, uploading necessary documents and paying for it.
In the second way, you can download and print the necessary documents for the registration of a work permit and complete the file and email to the Canadian immigration and citizenship immigration agency (IRCC).
The visa completion time for online applications is 69 days and the paper record is 102 days, and the total cost you have to pay is CAD 225.
The license is valid for up to three years, depending on the length of your Canadian program. For example, if the program lasts for one year, PGWP will usually be valid for one year. However, if the program lasts two years or more, the PGWP may be granted for up to three years, so three years is the maximum effective time for PGWP. In short, the license will not take longer than the length of your course in Canada.
In addition to allowing you to work legally anywhere in Canada, the PGWP visa is also a solid stepping stone to your settlement plan. You can only receive a PGWP visa once in your life, so take advantage of this valuable opportunity to have a good working experience.
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