You are currently working in Canada on a work permit
You are currently working in Canada in a job that is Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) confirmation exempt under an international agreement or a significant benefit category (e.g., intracompany transferee)
- Your work permit is valid when you apply for a permanent resident visa and
- Your employer has made an offer to give you a permanent job if your application is successful.
Note: Your work permit must be valid at the time your permanent resident visa is issued.
You do not currently have a work permit and you do not intend to work in Canada before you have been issued a permanent resident visa.
- You have a full-time job offer that has been confirmed by HRSDC
- Your employer has made an offer to give you a permanent job if your application is successful and
- You meet all required Canadian licensing or regulatory standards associated with the job.
- You cannot arrange for an HRSDC confirmation. Your employer must do this for you.
- HRSDC will only confirm permanent job offers for occupations listed in Skill Type 0 or Skill Level A or B of the NOC.
AEO copy pasted info of #82. from immigration regulations