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You can apply for a Canadian work permit and apply for an Immigration Protection Certificate.

You can register to register in Canada by visiting a Canada Work Permit Centre, visiting the Immigration Canada website and completing a form.

You will be required to provide a passport and a photo ID.

If you want to apply for work in a Canadian province or territory, you will need to apply by mail.

The Immigration Department will send you an official work permit application form.

Once you have completed the form, you can submit the application to the Immigration Department.

You must send the application in a sealed envelope with a return receipt and an acknowledgement that the application has been received.

You can receive a letter confirming the receipt of the application.

You do not need to pay for the application fee.

How do I apply for the Canadian Work Permits?

You will need an approved Work Permitted Visa (WPTV).

The WPTV is issued by the Immigration Minister.

You should receive it by mail in the mail within 10 days of the Immigration department confirming your application.

The visa is valid for up to 180 days and is valid in Canada.

If you do not have an approved WPTN you can apply by visiting an Immigration Canada WorkPermit Centre.

You need to fill out the Work Permission form and mail it to the address below.

If you are applying for a Work Permissible Visa, you must register to do work in the country in which you plan to work.

Apply for a work permit online or call 1-800-929-4111.

To apply for Work Permisson by mail, you need to send a completed Work Permissions application form and pay the required application fee to:Immigration Canada, PO Box 585, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3E 3Y3.

You may also apply by phone at 1-866-461-1189.

The number for this phone number is 1-855-932-6397.

For more information about the Immigration Services Program and other services available to you, please visit:Immigrant and refugee protection and protection from violence in Canada, by Canadian immigration experts, by the National Immigration Council, by Immigration Canada, or by the Office of the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration.