According to the Post Graduation Work Permit Program (PGWPP), international graduates are usually eligible for PGWP, if they meet the following conditions,
- You completed your study from a designated learning institutions (DLIs).
- Your academic period was at least 8 months long.
- You have both transcript and confirmation of graduation letter that prove you have completed the studies.
- You can apply within 180 days after completing the studies and getting your final transcripts.
Q: How do I know my school is eligible for PGWP? What if my school is not eligible for PGWP? How can I extend my stay in Canada? Am I qualify for applying permanent resident?
There are some alternative options for those who are not eligible for PGWP,
1. Apply for an Employer based work permit
- Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA)
- Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)
- Young professional
*Must be engaged an occupation related to your studies.
2. Apply for an Open Work Permit
- Working Holiday Visa
*Allows you work in any field as long as is legit.
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