Canadian Permanent Residence VS Work Permit Visa

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia - July 6, 2022 - PRLog -- Foreign nationals who have moved to Canada but have been given the government's status of permanent residents receive a PR. Students who are only temporarily in the country do not obtain a PR because the two words are completely at odds with one another.

Here, we'll go through the key distinctions between obtaining a Canadian work permit (WP) and permanent residency (PR) by way of the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP). It's important to keep in mind that selecting the programme that best satisfies your immigration needs is a personal choice that should be extensively addressed with a knowledgeable immigration lawyer or adviser. So let's begin by understanding what a work permit actually is.

What is a "Work Permit"?

Using a work permit, as the name implies, a person from another country is given permission to work in Canada for a specific amount of time. The only time someone is eligible to apply for a work permit is after they have been engaged to work in Canada by a Canadian business.

PR for immigrants coming to Canada on business

If you are travelling to Canada on business, you are only eligible to apply for permanent residence if you make a considerable economic contribution to the nation. Such individuals are cordially welcomed in Canada.

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