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Work Permit and Possible Secondary Income

Work Permit and Possible Secondary Income

Old Mar 22nd 2006, 9:25 am
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I'm on a work permit and realise that I can only be employed by the company named on my visa.

But, is it allowable to either do some side work for a UK company and be paid in Britain as long as I declare the income to Revenue Canada (My employer is OK with this).

Or, could I develop a piece of software as a hobby and then sell it to the UK company, again still declaring the income to Revenue Canada.

Or, can I take a working holiday in Britain for a couple of weeks, again still declaring the income to revenue Canada.

Or do we all have to be patient and wait until I get PR After all, it's not doing a Canadian out of any work.
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