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Thinking About Working in Canada? Let Small World Immigration Help You!

Are you thinking of getting a job in Canada?

Do you want to live and work there? If your answer is yes, Small World Immigration is here to make it easy for you. We will help you apply for a work visa and guide you through the whole process. Working in Canada can be simple with Small World Immigration by your side!

Understanding Canadian Work Permits: A Small World Immigration Guide​

The Canadian government offers two primary types of work permits, each serving distinct purposes:

Open Work Permits:

Flexibility to work for any employer in Canada.

Exceptions include employers listed as ineligible for non-compliance or those involved in specific activities like striptease, erotic dance, escort services, or erotic massages.

Employer-Specific Work Permits:

Work according to the conditions specified on the permit.

Conditions include the employer's name, duration of employment, and, if applicable, the designated work location.

Small World Immigration is here to guide you through the nuances of these work permits, helping you make informed choices for your Canadian work experience.

Eligibility Requirements for All Applicants

When applying for a work permit, specific eligibility requirements must be met based on your location at the time of application. Regardless of your application location or the type of work permit sought, you are required to:

Prove to the officer that you intend to leave Canada upon the expiration of your work permit.

Demonstrate sufficient financial means to support yourself and your family members throughout your  stay in Canada and for the return journey.

Abide by the law and have a clean criminal record (a police clearance certificate may be requested).

Be in good health and undergo a medical examination if required.

Not intend to work for an employer marked as “ineligible” on the list of employers who failed to comply with conditions.

Not intend to work for an employer engaged in activities such as striptease, erotic dance, escort services, or erotic massages on a regular basis.

Pose no threat to Canada’s security.

Furnish the officer with any additional documents requested to substantiate your eligibility for entry into the country.