In this article i have got this super cool news about how to apply for a Canadian work permit after receiving an appointment letter from any Canadian employer. You may not believe how much easier life got once I got my Canadian Work VISA and i know most of you are highly interested to start working in Canada so let me walk you through the process so you can do it too.
Perks of Having a Canadian Work VISA to Start a Job in Canada
If you are dreaming of working in Canada then you after landing a job offer from Canadian employer the next thing you will need would be a Canadian work permit in 2023. This sounds like a golden ticket that lets you work there for a certain period of time in any Canadian province to earn dollars and get settled there.
Before knowing the application process lets find out th benefits of having a valid Canadian Work Permit on your passport:
- You can make some serious cash
- Work for the employer you listed on your work permit application
- Explore breathtaking beauty of Canada and pave your steps to get settled there forever
- Bring your loved ones over by applying for Canadian dependent Visas
- Plan for future and apply for Canadian permanent residency later on if you fall in love with Canada like I did.
Let me share some insider tips on the eligibility and requirements you’ll need to meet to get your own VISA. Don’t worry; I got your back!
What You Need to Be Eligible for a Canadian Work VISA
First, you gotta prove you are actually qualified for the job you have been offered by Canadian employer approved by Canadian government to hire international employees. Next, to get that Canada Work Visa, there are a few boxes you need to tick to stand eligible for it, and, and make sure all your documents are in English or French!
Here’s Your Checklist for a Canadian Work Visa:
- Fill out those application forms, nice and neat.
- A polished CV/resume that shows off your skills.
- A written job offer (if you got one, lucky you!).
- Proof of your status in Canada (if you’re already there).
- Labor Market Impact Assessment (if it applies to you).
- Your family’s proof of status (if they’re joining the adventure).
- Marriage certificate (if you’re hitched).
- Quebec Acceptance Certificate, if you’re heading to Quebec.
- A valid copy of your passport (double-check the expiry date!).
- Copies of your educational credentials.
- Proof that you’ve got the funds to hang out in Canada and head back home.
- Medical exam results (if they ask for it).
- Evidence that you’ve got what it takes for the job.
- Receipt for the government fees you paid.
- A couple of recent passport-sized photos (smile!).
Canadian Immigration Programs for International Skilled Workers
Beside applying directly for jobs in Canada, i recommend you to please also check the following Canadian government managed skilled worker recruitment and immigration programs for international workers:
- Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)
- Canadian Experience Class (CEC)
- Home Support Worker Pilot
- Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP)
- Canadian express Entry
- Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
- Agri-Food Immigration Pilot
- Atlantic Immigration Program
- Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP)
- Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP)
Each of these Canadian immigration programs have different application process so this is why i suggest you to please check their application process separately and check out which immigration program of Canada is best for your needs and then apply as per its application method.