Labour Market Impact Assessment LMIA

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Are you a Canadian company looking to hire a foreign worker to work for your company? Before you can hire the foreign worker, you may need to have a Labour Market Impact Assessment – which is a document that allows you to extend an offer of employment to a foreign worker. In this blog, we will provide some useful information about the Labour Market Impact Assessment process, when it is required and how to get one.

What is a Labour Market Impact Assessment

The government of Canada understands Canadian companies may sometimes experience temporary labour or skill shortages. In cases where a Canadian company cannot find qualified Canadian workers to fill these shortages, the company may need to hire a foreign worker. The Labour Market Impact Assessment Process is required to show that hiring the temporary foreign worker will not have a negative impact on the Canadian job market by ensuring that qualified Canadians are not bypassed for a foreign worker.

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What Happens after a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) is Received

What Happens after a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) is Received
After Labour Market Impact Assessment is sumitted:

After Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) receives a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) from a Canadian employer, they begin their assessment of the application. This will eventually result in either a positive or negative LMIA. If positive, then the Temporary Foreign Worker’s (TFW) work permit application will be assessed. There is also the potential for an LMIA to be revoked later upon reassessment.

This article will be divided into the following 4 main sections: Assessment Process, Positive or Negative LMIA, Work Permit, and Revocation of an LMIA.

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