New question – Can I leave and come back to Canada if I have a work permit? (topic: work permits)

Yes. However, a work permit isn’t a travel document. It doesn’t give you the right to travel to Canada. Along with your permit, you need either:

Having an eTA or a visa, along with your work permit, doesn’t guarantee that we will let you back into Canada. You must show the border services officer that you meet all the requirements before we will let you re-enter.

Read more about travelling while you are a temporary worker.


Source: IRCC Source URL: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/helpcentre/answer.asp?qnum=1287&top=22&utm_source=rss-help-centre&utm_medium=rss-eng&utm_campaign=generic Disclaimer: Unlock Immigration automatically imported this from IRCC for ease of access. We did not edit, curate or amend the content in any way. All rights reserved to IRCC.


   

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