How do I get 3 year PGWP?
In general, graduating from a study program that is equal to two years or more, qualifies a graduate for up to three years of work permit. If the program of studies less than two years but more than eight months, student will be granted work permit for the duration of the program of studies.
How many times can I extend my work permit in Canada?
There is no limit on the number of times a permit can be extended, should the individual continue to meet the eligibility conditions.
What happens after post graduate work permit expires in Canada?
You can apply for a post-graduation work permit (PGWP) from inside Canada or from another country, as long as you’re eligible. If you don’t change your status to visitor and your study permit expires, you have up to 90 days after your study permit expires to apply for a PGWP and restore your status as a student.
Can PGWP be extended?
No. Post-graduation work permits (PGWP) are a one-time opportunity for international students. Those students must have graduated from a PGWP-eligible program at a designated learning institution.
What to do if PGWP expires?
If their study permit has expired or will expire they may apply for status as a visitor before applying for the PGWP. However, applicants who apply for a PGWP prior to the expiration of their study permit are eligible to begin working full time immediately, while their application is processing.