POST GRADUATE WORK PERMIT
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After your post secondary study program you may or may not be eligible for a PGWP ( Post Graduate Work Permit). You are eligible if you graduated from a designated learning institution (DLI) but you are not if you graduated from a DLI if it’s not a publicly funded community college. Many students realise this fact that they have no eligibility for work permits only after they started studying in a Privately funded career college. You will never be eligible for stay back based on your study in a private career college even if they are a DLI.
Not all DLIs make you eligible for a post-graduation work permit. Check the DLI list to find out which schools offer programs that make you eligible.
We can help you with your new college program after reaching Canada, Study permit extension, PGWP application, Restoration of your status as student etc. You can have a free initial consultation with our licensed immigration counsel.
If you have further questions about open work permit eligibility, study permit renewal/extension, restoration of status as a student or worker, or you need to ask general immigration related question you can contact us through web form available on this site. Also, you may mail us your questions at: firstname.lastname@example.org. You will also have opportunity to talk to a licensed immigration counsel directly if we determine so. Please contact us for genuine advice about study or work permit in Canada class.
Studying in Canada comes with a multitude of benefits. You can access the highest standard of education, and look forth to a brighter future with bigger opportunities. Do you know that it is also one of the countries that make it easier for the students to stay and work here (in Canada) after completing their education?
When compared to other countries in the world, Canada’s immigration laws are fairly simple and simply fair. However, if you decide to stay in Canada after graduating, you should proceed very carefully. The first thing you need to do is to explore and understand the options you have:
- The Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWPP) — PGWPP allows you to gain work experience in Canada after graduating from an institute that participates in the PGWWP. The work experience you gained through this program can help you qualify for permanent residence through Canadian Experience Class.
- Canadian Experience Class – CEC is a program created to help students and TFWs to play their role in strengthening the economy of the country by joining the work force. If you have the right skills and qualification, CEC can help you acquire permanent residence.
- Provincial Nominee Program – It is a program that also helps skilled and qualified people to immigrate to Canada. The program allows for nomination by each province and territory based on the skills required to empower the local economy.
- Certifications – Certification also known as licensing is requirement to work in all regulated occupations in Canada.
It is imperative to know which option suits your situation in order to maximize your chances of approval. A professional immigration consultant can help you sort things out in order to proceed for success. As immigration experts, CIIS can help fulfill the preliminary requirements for permanent residence. We can also help you prepare your application or contest refusal of your permanent residence request.
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