Following persons can apply for a work permit from with in Canada:-
Holders of work or study permits and their family members
Successful graduates from a program at a Canadian university, community, college, CÉGEP, or publicly funded trade/technical school must submit an application for a work permit within 90 days of the issuance of your final marks.
Persons currently working in Canada, who are not business visitors and who don’t require a work permit, who are applying for secondary employment in Canada.
Holders of temporary resident permits (TRPs) valid for a minimum of 6 months and their family members.
Refugee claimants and persons subject to an unenforceable removal order.
In-Canada permanent resident applicants and their family members who are members of the following classes, determined eligible for permanent resident (PR) status: live-in-caregiver, spouse or common-law partner, protected persons, and humanitarian and compassionate considerations (H&C).
Persons whose work permits were authorized by a visa office abroad, where the permit was not issued at a port of entry.
Mexican citizens who have been admitted to Canada as visitors may apply for a work permit under any North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) category. U.S. citizens admitted as visitors may apply in Canada under the Professional or Intra-company Transferee NAFTA categories only. These provisions are in accordance with reciprocal arrangements.
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