I’m on the visitor’s visa, residing in Toronto, Canada, accompanying my husband who is on the Work Permit. I would like to work as well. Do I qualify for either a Work Permit or a Permanent Residency at this time?
Assuming your spouse has a closed work permit, you would be eligible for an open work permit yourself, or even a study permit. You can both apply for PR together once one of you is eligible.
If you could provide a reason why you chose to come to Canada on a visitor’s visa instead, we could try to give you a more detailed response, covering your options.
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