Bridging Open Work Permit
A bridging open work permit (BOWP) is a type of work permit issued to eligible individuals who are already in Canada and have submitted an application for permanent residence. It allows them to continue working in Canada while waiting for a decision on their application. The bridging open work permit is designed to bridge the gap between the expiry of their current work permit and the finalization of their permanent residence application. This permit is typically issued to individuals who have applied under certain immigration programs, such as the Canadian Experience Class, Federal Skilled Worker Program, or Federal Skilled Trades Program.
BOWP does not apply in situations where the Applicant has Provincial Nomination Certificate and,
- has not applied for the federal processing, or
- has not received Acknowledgement of Receipt (application number) from the IRCC for the federal part of the PR application.
We may ask for additional documents on a case basis
Our Service Fee For Bridging Open Work Permit
Below fee table is for the applicant only and does not include applicable government fees and taxes. If you are applying with dependent family members, please add $500 for spouse and $100 for each dependent child.
Honoring returning clients.
Submit the best first application.
Address past refusals from Canada.
*The 'honors' plan is for returning clients and their dependents (spouse and children) only. The service agreement will be signed at the professional plan. A billing discount will be applied once we have reviewed and verified the eligibility.
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We can adjust the consultation fee in the final billing so it does not increase the total cost to you!