Bridge Work Permit

The bridging open work permit (BOWP) is a way to keep a worker in Canada working while his or her application for permanent residence is being processed. In-Canada applicants who have made an application to immigrate to Canada under either the Federal Skilled Worker (FSW) Class, the Federal Skilled Trades (FST) Class, the Canadian Experience Class (CEC) Read More…

Spousal Work Permit

The spouse of Work permit holders or international students or applicant of inland sponsorship may apply for Open Work Permit, which allows them to work for any employer in any legal position in Canada. Spousal Work Permit Criteria: The spouse of the applicants is studying in Canadian designated learning institution and has a valid study permit.The spouse of the applicants is working in NOCRead More…

PGWP Work Permit

Many international graduates choose to apply for Post-Graduate Work Permit, which allows them to work in Canada. Post-Graduate Work Permit is an open work permit with a maximum duration of validity of 3 years. Applicants do not need to have job offer at the time of application.International students can only receive one Post-Graduate Work Permit from IRCC in a lifetime. Eligibility RequiremenRead More…