To work without authorization in Canada requires someone willing to employ you on a "cash only" basis or by using a stolen Social Insurance Number. If that person is trusted (like a relative or a friend) there should be no real problems for you with this arrangement. DO NOT ACCEPT ANY JOB FROM A NON-TRUSTED SOURCE!!! The only problems that can arise are.....1. You will find it difficult to obtain a driver's license and insurance. You could get a fake license (good ones are pretty expensive!) or drive without one but then you are screwed if the cops stop you. 2. If you are injured or require medical attention , you will not be able to go to a hospital. All hospitals in Canada are paid by the government's health insurance plan which requires you to have a Health insurance card or pay the high fees. There are a few doctors who will "help" you by billing your relative's health card but then those are just for small problems which don't require a hospital stay.3. You will find it difficult to rent a house / get a mortgage / get a car and near impossible to get a credit card. 4. You will be deported at short notice if discovered. That could occur at a routine traffic stop or an accident or because somebody ratted on you. You will be immediately arrested and may not have time to pick up your belongings and hard earned money before you are put on the plane. And you may be put in jail when you get back home to your country. So if you are relatively young / have trusted friends or relatives in Canada willing to help you and desperately need the money , you can take the risk.
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