Proving intent to leave at end of temp work!??!

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Subject: Proving intent to leave at end of temp work!??!
  I´m confused about the temporary worker thing with NAFTA or a temporary work permit. I´m American by birth and I´m attempting to find work in Canada so I can eventually permanently settle in Canada.

However isn´t one of the requirements that you leave Canada at the end of employment? How can this be proved?

If a job contract is for 6 months and the employer wants to keep me permanent full time after 6 months can I do that? Don´t I have to leave? (Wouldn´t this contradict the requirement to prove you intend to leave?)

What if the employer states from the start they want a permanent fulltime role how can this be taken into consideration with the requirement to prove that you intend to leave?

Aren´t NAFTA statuses valid for many years? How are the employment contracts worded so this isn´t a problem?

CIC recently announced a new way to immigrate for people who have worked for 2 years, presumably this is for temporary work permit holders or NAFTA holders?


ANY advice please??

[20-08-2008,13:13]
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No one has an answer? :(
[21-08-2008,11:49]
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