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just wanted to let u know that to qualify for a post-graduation work permit you must find a job within 90 days of your graduation.
[26-06-2005,23:27]
[**.71.223.148]
casper
to SAGI (in reply to: to SAGI)
Hi Casper,

Thanks. I am aware of the requirement of a job offer related to the field of study within 90 days of graduation. What I wanted to know was:

1. Do we have to apply for the work-permit (using form IMM 1249) ourselves or has it to be appled for by the employer.

2.Do Case Processing Centre (CPC) in Vegreville give the psot-graduation work-permit as a matter of routine or do they reject cases too?

3. How long do they usually take to give it?

I am worried because I have applied to hundreds of job postings so far and not a single response. My field of study is HR.

[27-06-2005,03:32]
[**.71.114.242]
Sagi
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Hi there: I was in a similar situation and I must admit. It´s not easy to find a job right after you graduate. You can fill out the applciation yourself and send it to Alberta. The application goes from you and not your employer. You will however need a copy of your contract or letter from your employer to support your application. If you have all your documentation, have not passed the 90 days and if you can proove that your work is related to your field of study they won´t reject you. It´s a straightforward process. Good luck with finding work.
[27-06-2005,16:16]
[***.63.36.87]
Candice
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> 1. Do we have to apply for the work-permit (using form IMM > 1249) ourselves or has it to be appled for by
> the employer.

first, you need to find a job, and then you apply for Work Permit with the letter from your employer which says what kind of job you are going to have. And this must be worded very carefully; it has to show that the job is in your field and they need a well qualified person for this job, like you :)

> 2.Do Case Processing Centre (CPC) in Vegreville give the
> psot-graduation work-permit as a matter of routine or do
> they reject cases too?
I heard they do reject on the grounds that the job is not connected well enough to the studies you completed, or you are overqualified for it, for example if one with Mater´s degree will do a work any bachelor can do, etc.


[27-06-2005,18:45]
[***.205.24.92]
Chemist
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Candice & Chemist

Thanks.

[28-06-2005,02:07]
[**.71.114.242]
Sagi

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