A work permit is an official document that allows an immigrant or foreigner take up a job in a particular country. Canada work permits are issued under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP). They are divided into 2, open work permits which gives you the allowance to work under any one and the employer specific work permit which has you working under only one person. The process of application is quite tasking and doesn’t turn out successful for many. Other options apart from the work permit are the Express Entry and the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP).
- Express Entry: Foreigners use this to acquire Permanent Residence. Express entry is mostly for the working class and individuals who can fill in the vacancy in the labour market of the economy. Skilled and certified workers in any area, with some mastery of the English or French language are qualified.
- Provincial Nominee Program (PNP): This is for immigrants who have work qualifications and expertise to be part of the economy’s workforce. Its also for those who want to become permanent residents in that particular province.
Some of the Jobs You Can Do Without the Permit are:
- Military Personnel
- Hired Entertainers (Musicians, Dancers)
- Private Investigators
- Emergency Service Providers
- Farmland Labour
- News Casting Personnel
Websites Where You Can Find Them