To work in Canada, most foreign workers need to obtain a work permit before they can work in Canada.
WORKING ON AUTHORIZED LEAVE
By: Tam Nguyen Minh on Jun 10, 2020 10:51 PM EST
hi everyone. I have a worry about the future PGWP. I first set foot in Nova Scotia to study the bachelor degree of hospitality management which began in May 2019. However, after 2 weeks, I moved to British Columbia and switched to Diploma of Culinary Management which began in September 2019. I had a part-time job on the authorized leave lasting from June to September 2019, then I knew I wasn't allowed to do that but it was too late. Can that lead to a PGWP refusal in the future? Please, I will appreciate your advice. Thanks a lot
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