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Different types of Work Permit in Canada

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The Temporary Foreign Worker Program

The temporary foreign worker program is an umbrella program which includes all work permits an individual could apply for. There are many types of work permits within the temporary foreign worker program. In this article, you will learn about different types of work permitdifferent types of work permit that the temporary foreign worker program includes.

Live in Caregiver Work Permit

If you have a job offer to work as a live-in caregiver, and the job offer and the employer meet all the requirements of hiring a live-in caregiver, then you may be eligible to apply for a live-in caregiver work permit. To apply for a live-in caregiver work permit, you must have a job offer from a Canadian employer which is supported by a positive LMIA. To apply for a live-in caregiver work permit successfully, you must submit the following with your application:

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Open Work Permit and Closed Work Permit

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Working in Canada

Are you a foreign national looking to work in Canada? Have you already received a job offer from a Canadian company and not sure what you need to do next? If so, this blog will provide you with useful information about the work permit application process and what you will need to do to work legally in Canada.

What is a Work Permit

A work permitwork permit is a document issued by Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) that allows a foreign national to work legally in Canada. There are two types of work permits: an open work permit and a closed work permit.

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How Do I Hire a Foreign Worker

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Hiring a Foreign Worker

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 AssessmentLabour 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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Work Permit

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What is a work Permit?

Work permit is a document issued by the Canadian Government which permits a foreign individual to work at a job under an employer. Any individual who is not a Canadian citizen or Permanent Resident of Canada require a valid Work Permit to work in Canada.

Foreign nationals who wish to work temporarily in Canada are part of the Worker Class of Temporary Residents and are generally requires to have a genuine job offer to obtain a work permit unless exempted.

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3 Most Important Documents for Intra Company Transfer

3 Most Important Documents for Intra Company Transfer

Three Important Documents:

  • Proof of continuous employment (full time) with the enterprise outside of Canada for at least one year within the previous three years period preceding the date of application

  • Proof of executive or managerial position held by the applicant in the company or

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