Foreign nationals who are visiting Canada on a tourist or visitor visa can continue to be eligible to apply for work permits until February 28,… Read More »Visitors inside Canada can apply for Work Permit until 2025
The new wage requirements for Canada work permits will come into effect on January 1, 2024, to address concerns about wage suppression. The Minister of… Read More »New Canada Work Permit Wage Requirement Effective Jan 1, 2024
Today, Immigration Minister Marc Miller announced the opening of a new Canada work permit pilot program called CAN Work Philippines at the visa office in… Read More »CAN Work Philippines: New Canada Work Permit Program For Filipinos
Today, Canada announced a new pilot program under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program to address the ongoing labour shortage in the country. The announcement is… Read More »Canada Announces New Recognized Employer Pilot Program (REP)
Today, the honourable Sean Fraser, Minister of Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship (IRCC) announces new temporary policy to benefit foreign workers in Canada. According to this… Read More »New IRCC Policy Now Allows Foreign Workers To Study Without Authorization
All the details about the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) switching to the LMIA Online Portal effective April 3, 2023
JustIn – Effective today (February 23, 2023) IRCC resumes biometrics collection for temporary residence applicants in Canada
Phase 1 of new IRCC temporary policy expanding eligibility for spousal open work permit will come in effect on January 30, 2023.
Employers in Canada can hire workers from participating countries for a maximum of 8 months offering 240 hours of work in 6 weeks or less.
With implied status; Visitors, students, or foreign workers can lawfully remain in Canada until a decision is made on their application for extension