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March 8, 2024

Post-Graduate Work Permit Approved under A Public Policy

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Our client approached us for a Post-Graduate Work Permit (PGWP) application upon completing his bachelor’s degree. He had studied over half of his program outside Canada and had been refused twice for study permit extensions. Despite COVID-related travel restrictions allowing for distance learning abroad to count towards a PGWP’s length, our client continued studying remotely beyond the permissible period set by IRCC, mostly while lacking a valid study permit.

Following extensive research on the PGWP eligibility criteria and a thorough assessment of our client’s circumstances, we determined that he was eligible for a three-year PGWP under a recently released public policy. We then prepared the application diligently, ensuring that forms were accurately completed, his immigration history was fully disclosed, and all mandatory documents were included, in addition to crafting legal submissions to accompany the application. After a few months, the application was approved, and our client was granted a 3-year PGWP. We were very delighted to share the long-awaited good news with our client and wish him all the best!