Students who have studied in Canada for at least 8 months after graduating from an accredited Canadian designated institution are qualified to apply for a post-graduation work permit. Depending on how long the study program was, a post-graduation work visa is given for a minimum of 8 months to a maximum of 3 years.

Through Canadian experience classes or provincial nomination programs, it assists students in obtaining the requisite Canadian experience to petition for their permanent residency. It is crucial to remember that candidates are only eligible for one post-graduation work visa in their lifetime.

Eligibility for acquiring post-graduation work permit:

  • Must have earned a course, diploma, or certificate at least eight months long and designated as eligible by a Canadian institution.
  • Must have remained lawfully present in Canada during their academic program.
  • A valid study permit is required.
  • Must possess official transcripts and a letter from the college confirming successful completion of the program.