How to Get Your Post-Graduation Work Permit in Canada?

How to Get Your Post-Graduation Work Permit in Canada?
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    Students who are already enrolled or studying in Canadian colleges and universities can apply for a post-graduation work permit or a PGWP.

    Since it is considered a stepping stone for getting P.R. status, it is a competitive scenario.

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Here are a few primary requirements for the qualification process –

  • You need to have a full-time course in any Canadian educational institute. You must also have a degree from a post-secondary institution including a college, grade school or a university.
  • It is mandatory that you apply with 90 days of receiving a written confirmation from your college or university. This will serve as proof that you are qualified for completing your academic course. You must also have a valid student visa while applying for the PGWP.

Here are a few additional necessities for applying for the PGWP –

  • You must be at least years of age when you apply for the work permit.
  • You should be able to prove that you have completed a program that is 900 hours or more.
  • You should also provide an accompanying letter from your educational institution confirming the duration of your course and the program code.

A word about the PGWP duration –

A work permit is usually the same length as your course duration. If your program is more than eight months but less than three years long, you will get a work permit that will be no longer than the length of your program. If you have enrolled in a program that lasts three years, you may get a PGWP for three years as well.

The process is quite simple. The requirements may be a little confusing for those who are new to Canada. This is why; it is important that you seek help from professional immigration personnel or seek immigration counseling before you start investing your money in the process.

Why get a PGPW?

Applying for a PGWP is a stepping-stone towards getting a P.R. Once you have a work permit, it becomes much easier to get your permanent residence status approved. Having a post work Grad Work Permit Canada automatically means gaining access to the Canadian job market. Using your work permit, you can gain full-time employment experience that will help you secure a high paying job in Canada later. 

If you can secure a permanent job in Canada, it will be a cakewalk to get P.R. Canada is planning to admit 280,000 to 320,000 people in 2017. This is an outstanding number, and it increases your chances of getting a Canadian citizenship as well. In 2016, 5,829 students holding study permits received permanent residence status by the government. As a student, you will need the documents mentioned above and the right guidance to make your dreams come true.

Author Bio: Sarah Mitchell is an immigration counselor. She has been working with several immigration services to help foreign nationals and immigrants get Canadian citizenship. Her recent focus is on Post work Grad Work Permit Canada, and how to make it more accessible to all international students studying here.

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