Canada introduced new validity periods for foreign nationals nominated for work or temporary residency authorization through a Provincial agreement
The government of Canada introduced new maximum periods of stay for foreign nationals nominated for work or temporary residence authorization under a Provincial agreement. As a result, authorization will now be granted for a maximum period of three years or until the foreign national's passport expires, whichever is earlier. For additional procedures and guidelines for foreign nationals nominated under a Provincial agreement, check here.
What are the Changes?
The government of Canada expanded the validity period of work and temporary stay authorizations permitted under a provincial nomination. Previously, the maximum period of stay was limited to two years.
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