Working in Canada can be a very rewarding and exciting career path. Unfortunately there are a few hurdles that an individual must jump over to become a fully fledged citizen of the many countries in which Canada has attractive job opportunities. The first hurdle, a newcomer to Canada must overcome is obtaining their work permit.
Canadian work permit – Vanhack is very similar to applying for any type of visa or immigration status. Work permits are specific to employers, unless an individual has an immigrant status to Canada. Prior to doing any work in Canada, an individual must obtain a new work permit from the Canadian government. Canadian work permits are also very limited in time. Most applicants must meet the immigration requirements prior to applying for a work permit.
To meet the specific requirements an individual must apply for either an immigrant or non-immigrant visa prior to applying for Canadian work permits. Once a person has met the immigration requirements they may apply for a work permit. To work in Canada, a person must be at least 18 years of age, hold a valid Canadian visa and have their financial resources in order.