FAQ Visa and Immigration Program Temporary residence Work Permits When should I stop working if I am graduating soon and currently is working in Canada?
When should I stop working if I am graduating soon and currently is working in Canada?
You should stop working as soon as one of the following happens:
- you received your graduation certificate / diploma,
- you received a letter from your school indicating that you have met the requirements of graduation,
- your enrollment status at your school is part-time."
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