Extension of Study/Work Permit
Generally your TRV will expire on the same date as your Study or Work Permit.
If your program of study or work assignment does not finish as per the expiry date on the Study/Work Permit, you will have to apply for an extension BEFORE extending your Temporary Resident Visa.
We can assist you in extending your study/work permit and also TRV as required.
Post Graduate work Permit
The post-graduation work Permit is issued once International Students have graduated from a participating Canadian post-secondary institution.
This will help them to gain credible Canadian work experience which will in turn support their application for Permanent Residence.
We can assist you in applying for Post Graduate Work Permit.
Generally, a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) is required before a Canadian employer can hire a temporary foreign worker
The LMIA is a document that will show that there is a need for the foreign worker to fill the job requirement and there are no Canadian workers to meet the skill set to perform the job. A job confirmation can be used in place of a positive LMIA.