What is LMIA
An LMIA or Labour Market Impact Assessment is a document that is required of a Canadian employer when hiring foreign workers. It should be familiar to anyone who has applied for a Canadian work permit. It is one of the requirements along with your job offer letter and a contract.
The International Experience Canada is a youth mobility agreement that allows eligible individuals from participating nations to travel and work in partner countries. It enables the youth to gain international job experience, develop professionally and experience other cultures.
Bridging Open Work Permit
A Bridging open work permit allows its holder to continue working in Canada while they await the approval of their permanent residency application. Being an open work permit, applicants do not need an employment offer or a Labour market impact assessment (LMIA).
How to apply for a Canadian work permit
A work permit is a legal document that allows its holder to work in Canada. The IRCC issues two kinds of work permits, an Employer specific and an Open work permit.
Spouse Work Permit
Canada is one of the most accommodating destinations for skillful immigrants. The article will look into this Spousal open work permit, the requirements and the steps to apply for this program.
Convert your Visitor Visa to Work Permit Visa
The first logical step to convert visitor visa to work permit in Canada is to become a Canadian visitor. You need to understand the following requirements before applying for a visitor visa. Converting a visitor visa to a work permit can be a complex process and not everyone is eligible.
NAFTA Work Permit
The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was an agreement signed between the United States, Canada, and Mexico in 1994 that aimed to promote trade and investment among the three countries.
CETA Work Permit
CETA (Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement) is a free trade agreement between Canada and the European Union. It includes provisions for facilitating temporary work mobility between Canada and EU member states.
Post Graduate Work Permit
The Post-Graduate Work Permit (PGWP) program in Canada allows international students who have completed their studies at a designated learning institution (DLI) in Canada to gain valuable work experience in the country. The work permit is issued for the length of the study program, up to a maximum of three years.
Work Without Work Permit
Most foreign nationals wishing to work in Canada require a work permit, which is a legal document authorizing a foreign national to engage in employment and receive compensation from a Canadian employer. But in certain unique circumstances, a foreign national may work in Canada without a work permit.
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