Post Graduate Work Permit (PGWP)
What is a Post Graduate Work Permit (PGWP)
Embarking on a postgraduate journey is a significant achievement, and the opportunity to work in Canada through a Post Graduate Work Permit (PGWP) can be a game-changer for international students. Our company, dedicated to facilitating your success, is here to guide you through the intricacies of the PGWP application process.
Understanding the PGWP
The Post Graduate Work Permit (PGWP) is a valuable document that allows international graduates from eligible Canadian institutions to work in the country for a specified period. This work permit is instrumental in gaining hands-on experience in the Canadian workforce, contributing to career growth and opening doors to potential immigration pathways.
PGWP Services Offered by Titan Law
PGWP Application Assistance
Our experts provide comprehensive assistance throughout the PGWP application process, ensuring all documentation is accurate and submitted on time. We streamline the application procedure, saving you time and reducing stress.
PGWP Requirements Clarification
Navigating through the intricate PGWP requirements can be challenging. Titan Law simplifies the process by offering clear guidance on the necessary qualifications and supporting documents required for a successful application.
PGWP Extension Support
For those seeking to prolong their Canadian work experience, our team specializes in PGWP extension services. We provide tailored advice, helping you navigate the extension process seamlessly.
Embarking on the journey of obtaining a Post Graduate Work Permit is a crucial step towards building a successful career in Canada. Our dedicated services ensure that you face minimal hurdles in the application process, with a focus on providing a seamless experience and quick PGWP processing time. Trust us to be your partner in transforming your postgraduate dreams into a thriving professional reality. Apply for your PGWP confidently, knowing that you have a
reliable ally by your side.
A PGWP is a document that allows international students who have graduated from a designated learning institution (DLI) in Canada to work in the country temporarily.
No, eligibility is not automatic. Check the DLI list to ensure your institution and program qualify for a post-graduation work permit.
Until December 31, 2023, at least 50% of your program must be completed either online or in class. From January 1, 2024, at least 50% must be completed in class in Canada.
The validity depends on your study program’s length or passport expiry date, whichever comes first. It ranges from being ineligible for programs less than 8 months to 3 years for programs of 2 years or more.
PGWP validity aligns with the passport’s expiration. If your passport expires earlier, the PGWP will be issued until the passport’s expiry; you may need to extend it for the full validity period.