F.A.O Andrew Miller

Old Aug 5th 2007, 8:06 am
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Hi am new to this sort of thing.
Can u help, i want to stay with my anutie and uncle who live in Brantford,and i want to go there next year from May to Nov,spend the summer there.Can i get a work permit,so i can earn some money for my stay ??? Just to work in a fast food resturant??
Am 25 years old,and at the moment work as Fencer.
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Hi am new to this sort of thing.
Can u help, i want to stay with my anutie and uncle who live in Brantford,and i want to go there next year from May to Nov,spend the summer there.Can i get a work permit,so i can earn some money for my stay ??? Just to work in a fast food resturant??
Am 25 years old,and at the moment work as Fencer.
Thanks.

Depending on what your nationality is, you may be eligible for a working Holiday visa, a SWAP visa or a Bunac. See take a look at http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/resourc...s/fw/fw01e.pdf page 114
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Depending on what your nationality is, you may be eligible for a working Holiday visa, a SWAP visa or a Bunac. See take a look at http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/resourc...s/fw/fw01e.pdf page 114
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He is my step son and I can confirm that he is British, if that makes any difference

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He is my step son and I can confirm that he is British, if that makes any difference

Graham
Then he should look at BUNAC http://www.bunac.org/uk/workcanada/ He could apply for a non-student visa probably should apply in December for next year as this years quota is probably gone. It allows him to work in Canada for a year at any job. It is probably the easiest way for him to work. Otherwise he would have to find an employer who is willing to go the LMO route (No Canadians or PRs available for the job and it has been advertised widely). That work permit is restricted to that employer.
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Then he should look at BUNAC http://www.bunac.org/uk/workcanada/ He could apply for a non-student visa probably should apply in December for next year as this years quota is probably gone. It allows him to work in Canada for a year at any job. It is probably the easiest way for him to work. Otherwise he would have to find an employer who is willing to go the LMO route (No Canadians or PRs available for the job and it has been advertised widely). That work permit is restricted to that employer.
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