Fulfil Your Dream to Work in Canada
An employer-specific work permit allows you to work in Canada based on the requirements of your work permit, such as the name of the specific employer you can work for, and how long you can work in the assigned location.
The Canadian Work Permit Visa permits people to work in Canada, including business persons, permanent workers, temporary workers, students, and others. UW immigration will guide and help you understand the work permit process in Canada. Here’s how we will assist you;
- Update your profile to reflect Canadian regulations.
- Our employment counselors are available to assist you in finding the right job.
- We will assist you in applying for Canadian PR post-arrival support, including integration and settlement in Canada, once you have received your ITA.
Types of Work Permits in Canada
Individuals with open work permits can work for any employer in the nation except those on the list of ineligible companies that have failed to meet certain standards.
Employer-specific work permits allow persons to work depending on specified work conditions such as the name of the employer the applicant is permitted to work for, the period of the job, and the precise place of work permitted.
Spouses or common-law partners of Canadian citizens or permanent residents may work for one year, which may be extended until the final decision on their spousal sponsorship application is made.
Ties to Home
Candidates must show they have ties to their native country through their property, job, or social and familial ties.
Police Clearance Certificate
Be a law-abiding citizen with no criminal history. It is mandatory to acquire a police clearance certificate to ensure you have no criminal record.
Valid Job Offer
Candidates must have a valid job offer from an LMIA-approved employer in Canada.
Optimal Medical Health
You must be in good health. A medical evaluation may be necessary during the application process.
Candidates are required to have sufficient funds to live comfortably in the country.
Post Graduation Work Permit
To get a post-graduation work visa, the candidate must presently possess valid temporary status or have departed Canada. They must have graduated from an approved recognized learning institution (DLI).