Business Visitor

In many cases, business visitors to Canada do not require a Canadian work permit. A business visitor is a foreign national who comes to Canada to participate in international business activities, but who will not enter the Canadian labour market. Canada is one of the world’s largest economies, attracting thousands of short-term business visitors each year. With an international market-orientRead More…

Short-term Worker

Under the Global Skills Strategy (GSS), there are two categories of individuals who may enter Canada to perform work without requiring a work permit. While a work permit is not needed under Global Skills Strategy, applicants must apply for a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) or an electronic Travel Authorization (eTA), if applicable. Researchers To qualify for the work permiRead More…

Off-Campus Working

Canada’s immigration policy extends the opportunity to gain valuable work experience to international students who have chosen Canada as their study destination. With a valid Canadian Study Permit, an international student may be eligible to work for an employer outside the campus of the educational institution where he or she is registered. Once eligible for off-campus work, internatioRead More…