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Can One Work in Canada Without a Work Permit 2024?

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Canada presents enticing employment prospects, drawing in a multitude of international individuals.

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Fortunately, in certain scenarios, you may bypass the necessity of obtaining a work permit to labor within Canada.

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Here’s a summary of 22 circumstances wherein a work permit is deemed unnecessary:

Business Visitors

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Focus: Business activities, not entering the Canadian job market.

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Key Points:

No pay from Canada.

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International business activities.

Employed by a foreign company with main income and work location outside Canada.

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Proof of business visitor status may be required upon entry (support letter, invitation letter).

Foreign Representatives & Family

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time studies at a designated institution.

Institutions: Public post-secondary schools, CEGEPs, authorized private colleges in Quebec, Canadian private institutions awarding degrees.

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Work duration: Throughout valid study permit, if full-time studies continue.

Research/teaching assistants (off-campus): Considered on-campus workers if:

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Recommended by their academic department.

Work directed by a department head or faculty member.

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Work takes place in a research institute or affiliated program.

Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP): Allows full-time work while waiting for the permit, as long as the study permit is valid.

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Performing Artists

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Certain performers can work without a permit, while others may require a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) and work permit.

IRCC allows entry without a permit for some performers, including:

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Bands in bars, pubs, restaurants, etc.

Foreign-based musical/theatrical individuals and crews (outside bars/restaurants).

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Guest artists for a limited time within a Canadian performance group.

Performers at private events (weddings).

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Additional categories (no permit required):

Film producers (business visitors).

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Film/recording studio users (business visitors).

Guest speakers on Canadian TV/radio broadcasts.

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