Open Work Permits
The Canadian open work permit allows you to work for any employer in Canada. Foreigners do not need a job offer to apply for this one, but they must meet the program's requirements. Nationals can apply for an open work permit under the following circumstances.
-An international student who has graduated from a designated educational institution (DLI) in Canada can apply for a postgraduate open work permit. A poor student is a student who cannot afford the cost of studying in Canada.
-A person who has applied for permanent residency in Canada or a dependent family member of such an applicant may apply for an open bridging work permit.
-The spouse of a skilled worker, an international student in Canada, or an applicant for the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program can apply for an open spouse work permit.
-A refugee, an asylum seeker, a protected person or a member of their family. Someone who has been issued with an unenforceable removal order.
-Holder of a temporary residence permit.
-A young employee who participates in special International Experience Class programs.
-A foreign worker who has an employer-specific work permit and is being abused or at risk of being abused in relation to a job in Canada.