WORK PERMIT & LMIA
Employers in Canada require labor market impact assessment (LMIA) from Service Canada in order to hire temporary foreign workers. Foreign workers can then apply for a work permit to Canadian immigration with the LMIA and other supporting documents. Getting an LMIA approved from Service Canada could be an overwhelming process for the employers, we at Gogna Immigration, specialize in assisting employers in the process to obtain a positive LMIA.
A work permit can be obtained with or without LMIA depending upon several factors. Please contact our specialized team for a complete assessment of your application.
The following are some situations/conditions when you do not require an LMIA for a work permit.
Post-graduation work permit (PGWP)
Spousal open work permit
Bridge open work permit
Vulnerable workers open work permit
International experience class
A work permit under francophone mobility program
Work permits for child caregivers and home support workers
Please contact us if you require any assistance in applying for your LMIA or Work permit application.