If you enjoyed your time in Canada and would like to return again, there are many opportunities to do so, including:
Depending on where you live, and the reason for your visit, you will need to meet certain entry requirements into Canada. In some cases, if you plan to stay in Canada for a certain period of time, you will need a Temporary Resident Visa.
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In almost all cases, you must have a valid work permit to work in Canada. These steps must be followed before you apply for a work permit:
In special circumstances, you may be able to work in Canada without a work permit – e.g. foreign government representatives, military personnel, on-campus employment, news reporters, judges, clergy, etc. For a full list of jobs exempt from work permits, visit the Citizenship and Immigration Canada website.
You should note that you cannot apply to immigrate to Canada with a work permit. If you want to come and live in Canada as a permanent resident based on your work skills or experience, you should apply under the Skilled Worker Program.
The Live in Caregiver Program is an exception. A live-in caregiver is someone who provides care to children, the elderly, or the disabled in a private household. After working two years as a live-in caregiver, you can apply to be a permanent resident of Canada. For more information, please visit Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
If you are interested in immigrating to Canada, you have a number of options when applying for permanent resident status. Here are some examples: