International students who wish to apply for a Post-Graduation Work Permit must possess the following:
For eight months to three years, a PGWP is valid. Your program's length at a Canadian DLI will decide the exact length. The IRCC makes the following suggestions on its website:
The Post-Graduation Work Permit application must be submitted within 180 days of receiving a transcript and an official letter from the eligible DLI attesting that all conditions for programme completion have been satisfied.
Candidates have two choices if the study permission is scheduled to expire before the results are in:
Obtain a visitor record to extend your stay in Canada, or depart the country and obtain the PGWP.
What are supporting documents for PGWP application
Program officers may ask for extra papers, but two crucial ones must be included with the application: a letter attesting to the applicant's completion of their programme of study and an official transcript issued by their DLI.