The post-graduation work permit allows students to stay in Canada and gain work experience after completing their graduation. However, students must be graduated from a recognized Canadian institution. Graduates from certain designated learning institutions (DLIS) are eligible for a work permit. After getting your final marks, a candidate has 180 days to apply for a PGWP. Also, make sure your study permit does not expire before you get your final marks. PGWP allows international students graduating from a participating post-secondary college/ university to gain Canadian work experience. In the long run, Canadian work experience gained through PGWP helps international graduates qualify for PR (permanent residence) in Canada through PNP/Express Entry.
All Permits – Current Study Permit, Previous Study permit (if any) and Co-op Work Permit (if any) 3) Passport size photo with white color background
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