Reasons to work in Canada
Most people need work permit (work visa) to work in Canada. There are two types of work permits available.
Employer Work Permit
Open Work Permit
EMPLOYER SPECIFIC WORK PERMIT
Employer Specific Work permit will allow someone to work with certain conditions, which may include:
Employer and its location
Term of Employment
OPEN WORK PERMIT
The open work permit will allow you to work anywhere in Canada with any employer without any major conditions. Few people, qualify to get the open work permit and the following could be some examples.
An international student graduated from a DLI and are eligible for PGWPP
Certain Permanent residency applicants and their family members
The spouse or common-law partner of a skilled worker or international student
The spouse or common-law partner of an applicant of the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program
A refugee, refugee claimant, protected person or their family member
PERMANENT RESIDENCE FOR CAREGIVERS OR NANNY
Home Child Care Provider Pilot and Home Support Worker Pilot. As of June 18, 2019, the Live in caregiver program is replaced with two different 5-year Permanent residency pilot programs. Each stream takes 2,750 application per year and the new program allows you to travel with your family while coming to work in Canada.
Home child care provider pilot
Home support worker pilot