IEC work permit

Streamlining the International Experience Canada IEC Work Permit Process for Swift Approvals

In a major move to enhance the immigration experience for international youths in Canada, IRCC introduced an automated processing tool on November 7, 2023. This innovation is designed to expedite the approval process for IEC work permits, reducing wait times for young individuals seeking opportunities in Canada.

Efficiency Unleashed: Faster Approvals, Reduced Wait Times

The primary objective of this automation tool is to triage applications based on complexity, expediting eligibility determination for routine cases. By automating clerical tasks, the system aims to streamline the process for certain applicants, making it faster and more efficient.

Empowered IRCC Officers: Human Oversight in Decision-Making

The triage function, a key component of the International Experience Canada (IEC) work permit process, leverages parameters established by experienced IRCC officers. The tool directs files to officers for further processing based on their expertise and office capabilities. An eligibility function identifies routine applications for streamlined processing.

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Technological Advancements in Immigration Aligned

IRCC’s adoption of automated tools aligns with its commitment to leveraging technology to strengthen the immigration system. This includes the responsible development and deployment of data-driven technologies adhering to privacy and human rights standards.

Mitigating Risks: Privacy, Security, Discrimination Measures

To ensure accountability and transparency, an algorithmic impact assessment (AIA) has been conducted for the tool handling IEC work permit applications. Measures are in place to mitigate potential risks, including a review of discriminatory impacts, and privacy and security elements incorporated into the tool’s design.

IEC Program Enhancements: Opening Doors for Global Youths

The International Experience Canada (IEC) program, with these improvements, offers international youths the opportunity to work in Canada. Participants from over 30 countries can obtain an open work permit, exempt from the Labour Market Impact Assessment requirement.

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Eligibility Criteria: Passport, Age, Financial Requirements

Applicants must be citizens or passport holders of participating countries, between 18 and 30 or 35, possess $2,500 CAN, secure health insurance, and fulfill relevant fee requirements. The automated processing for International Experience Canada (IEC) work permits makes the immigration process more efficient and accessible for young individuals seeking valuable experiences in Canada.

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