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The Canadian government has implemented new measures for foreign nationals with expired or expiring post-graduation work permits and applicants for temporary resident to permanent resident (TR to PR) pathways.
Additional Information: Most foreign nationals with expired or expired post-graduation work permits and TR to PR applicants will need to apply online to extend their work permit. However, in some instances, other actions will need to be taken to receive the extended work permit. More information regarding how the new work measures will affect individual applicants is available here.
BAL Analysis: The Canadian government announced the new work measures with intent to address labor shortages and help temporary residents and post-graduate work permit holders retain their right to work in Canada.
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