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I am not sure I completely follow your plan but it sounds like you are making this needlessly complicated. The key thing to understand is that both (personal) taxes and residence permit/long-stay visas are largely national matters (tax law can be impacted by bilateral agreements but even EU countries don't always have one). There are only a few rules and no ...


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There is no mechanism to change your immigration status from Tier 5 to visitor from within the UK. You will need to exit and re-enter as a visitor. As a Canadian you are eligible to stay for up to 6 months visa-free, however if you return soon after your Tier 5 visa ends you should be prepared to prove that you fulfil the Immigration Rules relating to ...


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There are some rules for visitors (non-residents). You can open a bank account using your passport if you want, then on the following year you will be required to fill a tax return as non-resident: You can see more at CRA website: https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/tax/international-non-residents/individuals-leaving-entering-canada-non-...


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One year and a half later I have the answer. If your employer doesn't want to sponsor you with an LMIA, you still have other easier options to extend your stay, even without a bachelor's degree. Tha catch is you need some money. You can apply for a repeat participation of the Working Holiday with the help of a Recognized Organization - even if Canada does ...


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