Canada’s immigration department recently issued a notice regarding the flag-poling to obtain a Post-Graduate Work Permit (PGWP). International graduates should not apply for a PGWP at the Canada Border Service Agency at a port of entry. The wait time for Canada to process work permits generally ranges from three months to six months. Many people, for the sake of getting the PGWP sooner, choose to go to the border to apply, because by going to the border, one can get a work permit the same day and there’s no need to wait for a long time. In IRCC’s latest notice on November 15, this method of application has been banned!