Work Permits, Employment Qualifications, Employer Problems
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Is there an upper age limit for ARC eligibility? I've heard that it is age 65, but can't find any info to verify. This would be for someone wanting to apply for a teaching job, so the paperwork would go through the Ministry of Education.
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I'm not aware of an age limit of 65 years for an ARC but if there is some age limit for whatever job is being applied for then that would apply for work permit approval. There is an age limit of 20 years for certain types of residency for children sponsored by a parent.
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