All temporary residents are inevitably subject to the requirement to depart Canada once their working visa terminates or expires under Canadian immigration law.
But according to section 181 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (IRPR), temporary residents are permitted to request an extension of their permitted stay as far as they accomplish so before it expires. By using section 181, individuals are permitted to remain in Canada until Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) makes a decision regarding their application. While you wait, you will continue to be considered a temporary resident under the law.
Observe the rules established.
The first and most crucial step understands when the temporary status is scheduled to expire.
If you allow your temporary status to lapse, you will lose your right to maintain your status and be prohibited from working until your status has been reinstated.
You must submit your application for an extension before your current status expires in order to maintain your status. To minimize issues, IRCC urges applicants to submit their applications well in advance of the deadline.
Knowing how an extension might affect the terms of staying in Canada is also crucial. While awaiting the IRCC’s decision on your extension, you can remain employed or study in Canada under the terms of your current permit if you request to renew it before it expires.