A work permit is only given to individuals who have an employment contract or job offer from a Canadian employer. An LMIA (Labor Market Impact Assessment) should be obtained from the ESDC (Employment and Social Development Canada). This basically gives them the right to hire a foreign national if a candidate is not available from within Canada.
Work Permits are partitioned into two categories (Employer Specific and Open Work Permit)
Information about work permit choices in different countries, such as temporary work permits, skilled worker programs, and moves within the same company.
Assessing client's abilities, skills, work experience, and job offers to see if they are eligible for work permits in a certain country.
Helping customers get their job contracts, transcripts, letters of work experience, and other documents ready for their work permit applications.
Helping customers with the application process, such as filling out forms, collecting documents, and sending them to the right people.
Serve as a go-between for clients and immigration officials, taking care of any contact or questions about the work permit application.
Keeping clients updated on the progress of their work permit application and letting them know if there are any other steps or requirements they need to take.
Helping you with all the support you need with regards to accommodation recommendations, health and car insurance, mobile service providers, banking and much more.
Guiding you find the right network groups and individuals to streamline and fasten your settlement process. This includes socials media, local groups, multinational profiles and more.