Yes, it is possible, however you’ll have to prove that:
In terms of getting a Permanent Residency, it might prove more challenging if you don’t have a proper education. If you’re planning on eventually immigrating to Canada, consider applying for a Study Permit instead.
What are the laws about having to pay legal fees for the other party in a divorce case? I was told that the winner of a case can force their fees to be paid by the other party? I question how it's determined who won.
Can I work if my work visa expired and I received PR invitation and applied? I have also applied for bridge work permit but still did not receive it. What documents can I provide to HR department to prove my eligibility?