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Applied for an IEC... got a Work Permit. Is that right?

Applied for an IEC... got a Work Permit. Is that right?

Old Sep 21st 2016, 7:56 pm
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Default Re: Applied for an IEC... got a Work Permit. Is that right?

It's not you Siouxie: this confused me as well as it seems to also come under International Agreements with one or more countries. Perhaps it better fits under R205(b) because it's intended to:

increase reciprocity with other countries and enhance international opportunities for young Canadians.

(number 3 in this link):

International Mobility Program: Canadian interests – Reciprocal employment – International Experience Canada [R205(b)] (exemption code C21)
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