Saturday, June 2, 2018

Frequently asked questions about PNP(Provincial Nominee Program)





Know everything about Provincial Nominee Programs, Canadian Immigration, benefits of PNPs, express entry selection, permanent resident status and Base nomination programs here…

What are Provincial Nominee Programs?

Provincial Nominee Programs are the initiative of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). These programs are introduced with the purpose of selecting immigrants for the provinces and territories of Canada. However the immigrants must be willing to settle in any province or territory and should be capable to contribute to its economy.

Is Quebec a part of Provincial Nominee Program?

Quebec has its own guidelines and criteria for selection of immigrants. There is a separate agreement between Quebec and the Canadian Government. So Quebec is free to select those individuals who are willing to settle in the province. Quebec has the power to decide on immigrants outside Provincial Nominee Program.

Is Provincial Nomination a must for Canadian Immigration?

No. You can obtain immigration visa for Canada without Provincial Nomination. But it is a lengthy process and getting permanent residence is a rare possibility.

What are the benefits of receiving a Provincial Nomination? 

Opt for Provincial Nomination Programs if you want to process your application quickly to migrate to Canada. The waiting time is minimal and you could get permanent resident status faster than anticipated. These programs also have relaxed eligibility criteria. This also gives a chance to those applicants who were not able to qualify under the federal program. 

Where should I file an application under the Provincial Nominee Program? 

If you find you are eligible, you can submit your application through the PNP to the Government office of the Province. Once you receive an invitation, you may apply for Canadian Immigration. 

How do Provincial Nominee Programs work with Express entry Immigration selection system? 

The purpose of Express Entry system is to improve the application process of immigrations to Canada. 

Express entry Immigration provides for nominating a definite number of candidates by the Provinces /territories in Canada. This is required to fulfill the labor market needs of the provinces. Nominations by this method are called “enhanced nominations “. 

Candidates who receive an enhanced nomination through the Express entry, will get 600 points under the CRS. When these points are added to the skills transferability and human capital points, the candidate has a better chance of getting an invite to apply. Candidates selected from the express entry pool draw will receive the ITAs for permanent resident status in Canada. 

All the candidates are required to satisfy the criteria for eligibility of one of the following federal immigration programs. 
  • Canadian Experience Class (CNC) 
  • Federal skilled Trades (FST) 
  • Federal Skilled Worker (FSW) 
If you are nominated by a province or territory under the express entry, you will have it on the nomination certificate. 

Does getting a provincial nomination sufficient to obtain Canadian Immigration Visa? 

It is required to satisfy Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada – IRCC with respect to the legal requirements of the nominee – security, genuineness of documents and health. 

What is the criterion of Provincial Nominee Program? 

Provinces generally nominate those individuals who have the ability to work towards the development of the province economically. The individuals must also be interested to settle there. 

Candidates have to meet certain requirements to obtain nominations such as: 

Experience of work in significant industries of the province 

Should become accustomed to the life of the province 

Should know English and French 

Close relations residing in the province 

Must have a Job offer 

Education 

What is a “base” Provincial Nomination? 

Canadian provinces and territories also have the authority to award nominations to immigrants through their regular nominee program, also called the “base” nominee program. Candidates who have failed to qualify for the express entry still have a chance under the base Provincial Nomination Program. However, they have to meet the criteria for the PNP. 
Base Provincial Nominations are a golden opportunity for candidates who could not get through the express entry for migrating to Canada. 
Obtaining base nomination and Permanent Resident status is a two step procedure. 

* Apply once you fulfill the requirements for a PNP stream and obtain a certificate of nomination. 

* Apply for permanent resident visa with the federal government.

4 Quick & Easy Steps to Immigration to Canada



Thank you for your interest in ItsCanadaTime, the most experienced professional, Canadian immigration service on the internet! We are happy to see you have made the decision to begin your plans to move to Canada.

It would be our honor to guide you through the most simple and efficient way to land softly in Canada by using our 4 step process. As long as you stick to our straightforward plan listed below, you will be in Canada before you can say “pass the hockey puck, you hoser!”

First Step: Online Registration

Congratulations, you’ve come to the right place. It just so happens that for the first step you are given the keys to the most advanced immigration technology on the internet today. We hold the key to open your immigration case and hand it to you immediately upon registering online. Once you finish reading this article, you will click on the button “Click Here to Start.” Once you fill out your credit card information, press “send payment.”
Following your payment being accepted, you will automatically be logged in to the Online Immigration System. A thank you email with your username and password will also be sent to you in the same moment.

If you need to login in the future, a client login button is located at the top right corner of the ItsCanadaTime website. See the image below.

So what can you do with this key you were just given? Good question! You will open the gate to your Immigration Kingdom! The Online Immigration System will be your one stop shop for all your immigration needs and concerns. Whether you’re in the comfort of your own home or on the go, you will be able to follow your immigration progress from A-Z.

The Online Immigration System will offer you:
  • Live notifications from your personal Immigration Expert informing you on your current status, approved documents and tasks to be completed.
  • A user-friendly platform to upload your documents.
  • Live online chat sessions with your Immigration Expert.
  • 24/7, live, online technical support from our team of Immigration Experts
  • The most recent articles relating to changes in Canadian immigration policy, and the newest blog entries from our Personal Editorial Office.

And much more!

Through our expertise and experience working with the Canadian government requirements and sending thousands upon thousands of clients to Canada, ItsCanadaTime has created the best system for you to receive your Canadian Visa. Through using our Online Immigration System mistakes or errors are immediately taken out of the equation, and your chances of receiving Canadian citizenship immediately increase. Plus, you can rest assured that our Immigration Experts will be monitoring and approving your documents every step of the way.

When you become registered in our Online Immigration System you can sleep easy knowing that taking the first step with ItsCanadaTime has given you the advantage over other candidates.

Opening a Personal Web Registration Account is accomplished only after you have paid the registration fee, which is now at a low rate of 599 Euros for a limited time only.

Second Step: Building Your Immigration Profile

After you have completed the first step we will encourage you to get familiar with the Online Immigration System, personally tailored just for you! Try it on! See how it feels. Are you comfortable? Great! But don’t get too lost in the rabbit hole because the faster you complete step two (Building Your Immigration Profile), the more you decrease your waiting time for a Canadian Visa.

When you are logged into your Online Immigration System you will see in the top menu section, the tab “My Immigration Profile.” Click on this tab and you will be able to begin completing your immigration profile. This step consists of 6 sections: Personal Information, Education, Work Experience, Language Ability, Adaptability, and Documents Section.


Chances are if you’ve gotten this far in reading this blog post, then you are the type of person who has all his/her documents in order. If not, this is your chance! Go to that shoe box of papers you’ve stashed in your closet and let’s get rolling. Documents such as bank statements, proof of address, and even work recommendations are needed in this step. Lucky for you, every time a file is uploaded during this process an Immigration Expert will be confirming and approving everything. We will also be updating you and notifying you through the notification window at the top right of your screen if anything was received, approved, not approved, or in need of completion.

Once you have completed all 6 stages and you have submitted your Immigration Profile then give yourself a pat on the back! The hardest part is over. You see? Easy as a slice of maple pie. At this point, you are advancing nicely in your immigration process. Are you feeling anxious? Do you have any concerns? If so, we have the remedy. The next step will wipe all your worries away. We promise!

Third Step: Document Verification Services (DVS)

In the third step, an Immigration Expert will prepare your documents and verify them to meet the requirements of the Canadian Government. We will supply you with a choice of parcels that all have a very specific purpose. Please take a moment to be familiar with the different choices of parcels and decide which parcel will be the perfect choice for you or your family.


Starter Parcel – 

If you have no concerns at all, finalized all the details, and have a clear plan for when you move to Canada – this is the perfect parcel for you!

The Starter Parcel Provides you with a full verification of all the required documents according to the Canadian Government’s regulations, and completion of missing documents with the help of our experts.

Pricing: €2800 (A one-time fee)

Classic Parcel – 

Are you worried about your English skill? Are you looking for some job tips when it comes to applying for a job in Canada? This parcel will help put you right where you need to be!

In addition to the full verification of documents, this parcel also includes a full online preparation guide to the IELTS exam in all four models (Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking). As well as editing your resume and cover letter according to the Canadian employers’ standards.

Pricing: €3500 (A one-time fee)

Premium Parcel –

Is finding a job before you land in Canada your number one priority? With this parcel, we guarantee our clients will have a job in Canada before they step foot in the country!

This parcel includes all of the services that are mentioned above. In addition, this parcel includes editing of two resumes and guidance from the editor via phone conversation, receiving tips on writing a resume and perfecting the client’s job interview skills. This parcel also includes an extensive career search where we help the client find a job upon arriving in Canada.

Pricing: €4500 (A one-time fee)

Full Coverage Parcel –

In this parcel all of your needs will be met from A-Z. You will not need to lift a single finger during the immigration process. Whether it’s finding a school for your little ones, choosing the perfect neighborhood for your family, or helping you apply to your dream university – we’ve got you covered!

These members will enjoy a full coverage of all three previous parcels (Starter, Classic and premium).
In addition, they will receive:
  • Bi-Weekly online meetings with the immigration expert in charge of their process, every week until your application is ready for submission.This includes: Checking your application status, frequent updates and any additional support you might need along the way.
  • The Document Verification process will become the expert’s top priority and the process will be speed up to 30% until completion.
  • Second evaluation by the Legal Department, signed by our experts, ensuring everything is 100% ready to go.

Also, as a full coverage member you will enjoy:
  • Recommendation of accommodation for your family and yourself with the workplace being near your new house, as well as and finding the best areas which will fit your and your family’s needs.
  • An extension of the Intensive Career Search service – adding one extra career search for your spouse. Your spouse will be guided through obtaining a permanent work in Canada via interview skill tutorials (specifically aimed at the Canadian job market) that will help them excel at finding a job that will suit and satisfy your family!
  • Having your IELTS registrations done for you when and where it is most convenient for you, INCLUDING the online preparation for it.
  • The full guidance on how to obtain your ECA report (needed for the education part in your application).


Pricing: Price varies (according to requirements)

4th and Final Step: Submission

Welcome to the final step! By now, our immigration experts have deemed your documentation to be valid and in order. The legal team will prepare your case in its entirety and will submit your visa request to the Canadian Immigration Authority. This means you are on your way to moving to Canada and one step closer to receiving a PR Visa.

You’re so close you can taste the maple syrup!

So let’s summarize a few important things:
1) The entire immigration process will take between 6-12 months. Trust me that time will fly by!
2) The entire immigration process including all the services and fees are between 4000-6000 €.
3) We will be here for you for the entire process, Step by step, until you, your family, your partner, your dog AND your cat (if you are a cat person) are safely here in CANADA.

Canada open door to more skilled workers & immigrant families



The Liberal government is boosting the base number of immigrants allowed into Canada next year to 300,000, to help drive economic growth as the country grapples with an aging demographic.



Speaking to reporters after tabling his annual report in Parliament, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Minister Ahmed D. hussen said the new target "lays the foundation for future growth."

The previous target from 2011 to 2015 was 260,000, but that swelled to 300,000 this year because of what
D. hussen called the "special circumstances" of the Syrian refugee crisis. That number will now be the permanent base.

The government's economic growth council had recommended raising immigration levels to 450,000 over the next five years, but D. hussen rejected that target today.

"That number is a conceivable number for some date in the future, but certainly not for 2018," he said.
There has been much debate over the targeted immigration level at a time when Canada struggles with high unemployment.

There have also been questions about Canada's ability to smoothly integrate newcomers into communities.

"We do it well, but I think we could learn to do it better," D. hussen said.

Entries up for economic class

The 2018 targets boost entries for those in the "economic" class — skilled workers, businesspeople and caregivers — to 172,500 from 160,600. In the family class, the number of sponsored spouses, partners, children, parents and grandparents will climb to 84,000 from 80,000.

The government recently committed to bringing in persecuted Yazidi refugees fleeing ISIS genocide, and 
D. hussen said they would be accommodated in the numbers unveiled today.

D. hussen said other measures will be announced at a later date to streamline the process for economic applicants and to improve the process for permanent residency for international students. He said the students are among the best candidates to become Canadians, yet they have been "shortchanged" by the system in the past.

Dealing with depopulation

Kevin Lamoureux, the parliamentary secretary to the government House leader, said immigrants not only fill jobs that would otherwise remain vacant and help to develop provincial economies, but they also contribute to the character and social fabric of communities.

If it weren't for immigration, population of his province of Manitoba would have declined in the last decade.

"Immigration plays a critical role in terms of the future of Canada, in particular in regions where the threat of depopulation is a reality. Manitoba and other provinces are subject to that depopulation," he said.

Alberta MP Tom Kmiec, the Conservative deputy immigration critic, said he agrees "in principle" with the target, but wants more details on the government's plan to bring in the right people to meet regional labour needs.

He also questioned whether the government had carried out "meaningful" consultation with provinces and territories, businesses and human resources professionals.

"The situation in Alberta is very different from, say, New Brunswick, where they are very concerned about more francophone, more French-speaking immigrants coming in," he said. "The same goes for people in Ontario and Quebec."

While Albertans welcome immigrants, there is a lower appetite right now to bring in people who could compete for scarce jobs, Kmiec said, adding the government must adjust the stream to ensure Albertans get first crack at the jobs.

'Disappointing' target

B.C. NDP MP Rachel Blaney criticized the government for not aiming for a higher target.

"We know that immigration is good for the economy and good for communities," she said. "It's disappointing to see us not taking a more ambitious statement on this."

Toronto-based immigration lawyer Lorne Waldman called the increase a "conservative approach" that is prudent to avoid massive pressures on social programs like language training and housing.

"To gradually increase the number is wise, and you want to ensure the Canadian public continues to be supportive," he said.

Requirements for Canadian Temporary Work Permit






For the three hundred thousand or so workers that immigrate into Canada each year, the Temporary Work Permit is a new lease of life, a possibility of starting over, a ticket to a world full of myriad opportunities bursting with promise and prosperity. Those with job offers in Canada apply for this Work Permit and arrive resplendent with hope and thrive here.



A job offer is, of course, the prerequisite for a Work Permit, but besides that there are several requirements that are to be fulfilled by an applicant before the Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) issues a work permit to him or her. These requirements and the several steps entailed in the application process have been laid out below:


1- Labor Market Impact Assessment:



An employer, who wishes to hire a foreign employer for a particular job, may have to, if necessary at that point of time, apply for a Labor Market Impact Assessment. This is in order to ensure that the employment of a foreigner does not adversely endanger the opportunities of Canadian citizens.



In accordance with certain laws, a Work Permit can be granted to an individual by the Canadian Immigration officials without the Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) under the following conditions:














  • Individuals from countries entailed in international agreements such as the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA);

  • If the work of said individual will bring momentous social, cultural, economic or any such benefits to the citizens of Canada;

  • If the individual is part of exchange programs that Canada or any of its provinces has entered into with other countries;

  • If international students living in Canada have to fulfill academic requirements

  • To enable spouses or dependents of an individual with a Work Permit or certain Study Permits, to work and live in Canada;

  • If the work is one of charity, or involves religious faith;

  • If for reasons other than the aforementioned, such as a refugee claim, a person needs to support themselves.



2- Offer of a Temporary Job:


If attested by an encouraging and positive Labor Market Impact Assessment, then a job offer can be extended by the Employer to the applicant by grant of the Canadian government. A copy of the positive LMIA test and the job offer must be sent to the foreign employee.


3- Work Permit Application:


The foreign worker has now fulfilled all the prerequisites in order to apply for a Work Permit. He or she will have to submit this information at their respective Canadian visa offices.




However, if the applicant is to work in the Canadian region of Quebec, it might also be required of him or her to obtain a Certificate Acceptation du Québec (CAQ) in order to perform the job. In Quebec, a number of professions are eligible for streamlined processing; therefore local recruitment efforts need not be performed by the employers so that they can hire foreign workers for jobs in Quebec.


4- Work Permit is issued:


When the foreign worker arrives in Canada, a CBSA officer will issue the Canada Temporary Work Permit.


When applying for a Canadian Temporary Work Permit, the above procedures are involved. However, in order to work in Canada, citizens from certain countries may also need to obtain a Temporary Residence Visa (TRV). While this involves many more of hassles, the fruit is well worth it, as is proved by several previously foreign workers, now Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents.



A new land means a plethora of fresh, exciting opportunities that will reap the seed of your skills. Thus, the Work Permit is a chance that should not be missed!

8 Places in Canada Takes foreign Workers




8.Information Technology (IT) workers

Royal Bank of Canada hires temporary foreign workers in the field of Information technology (IT). These workers are brought from outsourcing firms like the one in India (iGATE). The temporary foreign workers are replacing the Canadian workers 

7.Mine workers

Chinese company based in Canada that owns a mine in British Columbia import workers from China to work in the mines. For one to work in the mines the sole requirements is the ability for one to speak Mandarin Chinese and to work efficiently.



6.Oil-field workers

A Toronto based firm that is run by Italian company has employed 270 temporary foreign workers in the oil-field to raise enough workers to work in the site. The company employs the foreign workers that are young and can work for long. 

5.Farm-help workers

On October 23, 2013 a Saskatoon Company started helping farmers to recruit temporary foreign workers to help in farm work. The company was helping to fill the number of the needed 30,000 both seasonal and long term farm workers. It was as a result of the employment Canada acknowledging that there was shortage of agricultural workers

4.Nursing

Due to the great demand for nurses in Canada out of shortages of healthcare workers in Ottawa, Ontario, Vancouver and other parts of this huge country (Canada is the second largest country in the whole world). Thus nurses from all over the world are being employed and being ingested into the public healthcare system as long as one has a one year experience nursing.

3. Mechanical Maintenance

At Honda premier vehicle manufacturing in Canada they employ temporary foreign workers who are ambitious, bright, and innovative team players who have focus on continuous improvement to join their team. The company employs 4,200 workers in automobile manufacturing.

2. Foreign Exchange Bilingual Customer Service Representative

Most Companies in Canada are looking for customer service representatives to provide support with foreign exchange calls. The only qualification is for one to have excellent customer service experience and data entry skills. They employ temporary workers for example 6 Month contract that could be extended subject to one’s performance, attitude toward job and attendance.

1.Building Service Worker

Banff Centre employs foreign male workers to work in males changing rooms and washrooms. Also the hire foreign workers to offer exceptional customer services to artists, participants, conference attendees, audience and general public who visit our campus throughout the year.

In conclusion Canada employs foreign workers to work in the country as the country experiences labour shortages. To cope with the labour shortages the Canada federal authorities allows immigration of a given number of people into the country as workers in different sectors. Also the Canada employers employ foreign skilled workers to replace the aging workers so that the company can maintain productivity.

Immigrate to Canada - The Advantage Of Open Work Permit



Considering the heartfelt emotions of staying away from families, the Canadian government has introduced the Open Work Permit, allowing foreign spouses and partners-in-law of temporary foreign workers and students to seek work opportunities in Canada.


These Open Work Permits are also available for international students of the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program.

In addition to this, the government has introduced a pilot program, in December 2014, permits spouses and common law partners being sponsored through the Inland Spousal Sponsorship of the Family Class to be granted an Open Work Permit even if the permanent residence application is being processed.

An open work permit allows the holder to work under any Canadian employer even if he has not received the Letter of Intent, that is, the offer letter. This is applicable to any industry, meaning that this permit is not job-specific.

Who Can Apply For The Open Work Permit

Under Canadian laws, these permits can be applied for by:

  • Spouses/common-law-partners of temporary foreign workers.
  • Spouses/common-law-partners of expatriate students.
  • Foreign students who have a post-graduation degree from any Canadian educational institution.

Eligibility Conditions For The Application Of The Open Work Permit

In order to apply for an Open Work Permit, foreign spouses or common law partners should meet the following criteria.

1. Employment of the Principal Foreign Worker

The principal foreign worker should be employed by at a management level, or should be employed in a job that requires professional technical skills or should be a skilled tradesperson. This means that according to the NOC, National Occupational Classification, the skillset must be at Level 0, A or B. It is also mandatory that the employer is a Canadian.

However, this skillset requirement does not apply to expatriates nominated for a permanent residence by the state province. Also, the principal foreign worker must work in Canada for at least six months.

2. Foreign Students

To be eligible for an Open Work Permit, the spouses or common-law-partners of the foreign students should not be full-time students. The primary foreign student should be undergoing a full-time educational program at a publicly funded diploma/degree granting post-graduation facility.

The work permits are usually granted with a validity corresponding to the employment tenure or the period of the educational program. These permits are also granted to the candidates of the International Experience Canada Program. For any more questions, you can consult an immigration consultant or attorney.
Take the first step towards a new life in Canada!

Apply for a Canadian Work Permit (and Job)



In this post we’re going to show you (in 5 simple steps) How you can successfully apply for a Canadian Work Permit and How to Apply for A Job in Canada (for overseas applicants)

Step 1: How to Get Canadian Employers Interested in You


  1. Prepare a professional Resume that will focus on your details skills, credentials, and abilities that are relevant to the next rung of your career ladder
  2. Make sure you List your qualifications in a presentable manner.
  3. Focus on your skills and achievements.

– This is all necessary to grab the attention of Canadian Employers!

Your Resume is one of the most important tools in your job search.

The professional resume attracts the attention of an employer by assuring them that you meet the requirements for their open position.

A poorly constructed resume or one that doesn’t place the proper focus on your abilities can very easily get you disqualified by The Canadian Hiring Managers.

The CV, or the “Resume”, as we call it in North America, is the “Silent Salesman” for a job applicant, giving insight into the candidate’s unique abilities.


We here, at canada-now.com understand that making a Resume requires special skills that not everyone possesses.

That is why we are providing a FREE Canadian Resume Template and a Cover Letter Template at our website


Step 2: Where to find employment in Canada
Finding employment in Canada is the KEY to Migration.

At www.canada-migration.org we feature thousands of Links to Job Vacancies from major Canadian Employers where you can apply for a Temporary/Permanent Job in Canada.

Our Website has 1000’s upon 1000’s of links to new Canada vacancies added each day, and with thousands of job vacancies available at: www.canada-migration.org there’s bound to be one for you.

There is also a list included of some of the most reputable recruitment agencies for you to search for positions, as well as some prominent companies in Canada for you to do some research on, who have their own careers section on their websites so that you may apply directly.

Through doing this, you will be tapping into the hidden job market in Canada, and you should aim to spend equal amounts of time applying for jobs both through our links on our own website (that’s www.canada-now.com) where new jobs are added daily, and also through your own research, applying directly to companies in your field.


Step 3: How to Get a Job Offer (LMIA) that is validated by HRSDC
What can YOU do to Assist your Potential Employer in making the decision to hire you?
  1. You will need to confirm that the position offered is skilled and the employer has been advertised the position in Canada, prior to considering an overseas candidate (such as you)
  2. You will also need to let him know that you are strongly determined to relocate to Canada for work and that you already possess the knowledge and the documents required to successfully apply for a Work Permit, once the employer has decided to consider you for the position
Canadian Employers hire thousands of temporary workers with specific skills every year..

Employers who wish to hire temporary foreign workers must first apply to Service Canada for a Labour Market Impact Assessment (L.M.I.A)

The Labour Market Impact Assessment commonly: (LMIA), assesses the impact the foreign worker would have on Canada’s labour market or, in other words, how the offer of employment would likely affect Canadian jobs.


Your Potential Employer will need a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment to hire you as a temporary foreign worker.

You fill need to obtain a copy of the positive Labour Market Impact Assessment in order to apply to Citizenship and Immigration Canada for a work permit.

What else can you do in order to help a Canadian Employer make a decision to hire you ?
Common concerns of Canadian Companies while reviewing Resumes of foreign workers have been well documented in the past…

– You will need to communicate to the Potential Employer that you understand the Magnitude of his/her responsibility, when considering Foreign Workers.

– You should also point-out that as a foreign worker, you are prepared to perform all of your duties with great determination, much like a native Canadian employee, not less because of your sheer determination and ambition to succeed in this new Economy, and make a statement for yourself.

Step 4: How to Complete the Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) Application
This application form should be used by your employer to apply for a Labour Market Opinion (LMO) to hire temporary foreign workers under the Pilot Project for Occupations Requiring Lower Levels of Formal Training (NOC C and D).

The application can be downloaded from the link that should appear now at the bottom of the screen, and all other required documents must be submitted to Service Canada.

Please note that there are Certain occupations like Athletes, coaches, Aviation engineers, Businessmen Judges, Religious workers & similar, that are exempt from having to apply for work permit..


Step 5: How to complete the Application for Work Permit
A current copy of the Application for Work Permit can be downloaded from SERVICE CANADA, -the link should be appearing at the bottom of the screen now, and it is for people who are not Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada and who wish to work temporarily in Canada.

A work permit is issued if the application is accepted.

All applicants must complete and sign their own individual form, including persons traveling as a family.

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