Foreign nationals, who wish to work in Canada are required to obtain a valid work permit. All temporary workers must also meet the requirements and criteria before being admitted into Canada. There are many regulations that govern Canada’s working class.
Foreign nationals who wish to work in Canada are generally required to have a job offer from a Canadian employer to obtain a work permit. Before being eligible to apply for a work permit, the potential employer may have to apply for a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). Matching your experience, skills and language abilities to the conditions of employment and Canada’s immigration law criteria can be an overwhelming process.
Some temporary workers are exempt from the requirements for obtaining a work permit as set out in Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Protection Act. Please contact a member of our BRIGHT team for a consultation to find out if you qualify for an exemption.
At BRIGHT Immigration, we assist you in taking the proper steps in the process to ensure you meet your objectives. We will work with you to determine your eligibility and the type of work permit that suits your skills. Our legal representatives understand that there are difficult challenges in obtaining a work permit in an increasingly competitive global market. However, our representatives have the knowledge, experience, and resources to help you achieve your work-related goals.
Contact BRIGHT for a consultation to discuss your specific circumstance and which immigration program would best suit your objectives 1-888-404-VISA (8472)