WORK IN CANADA

Canada offers excellent career and personal growth opportunities

For Canadian employers to hire foreign workers through the Temporary Foreign Worker Program or as a Permanent Worker, a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) is required.
A LMIA verifies that there is a need for a foreign worker and that no Canadians can do the job.
In some circumstances you may be eligible to apply for a work permit that is exempt from LMIA.

GLOBAL TALENT STREAM

By the year 2021, Canada will need to fill approximately 216,000 technology-related positions. In response to this, The government has launched a faster and more predictable process for attracting top talent to Canada.

Highly-skilled workers coming to Canada on a temporary basis are now able to benefit from two-week processing of applications for work permits and, when necessary, temporary resident visas. Open work permits for spouses and study permits for dependants will also be processed in two weeks when applicable.

We are currently recruiting for positions that fit in the Global Talent Stream. If you have 5+ years of technical experience, APPLY HERE. Please note this is a free service.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS & POST GRADUATE WORK PERMIT

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

You may be eligible to work on campus and off campus if you are a full-time student at a designated learning institution (DLI).

You can work up to 20 hours a week during the school session and full time during schedule breaks.

It is important to verify your are eligible before you start working.

This tool can help you determine your eligibility.​

POST GRADUATE WORK PERMIT (PGWP)

If you have graduated from a designated learning institution and your program was at least 8 months long, you may be eligible for a PGWP.

You must apply for this work permit within the stipulated time.

We can help you with this process.

SPOUSE/COMMON LAW

The spouse or common law partner of a full-time student at a designated learning institution may be eligible to apply for an open work permit.
This permit is usually valid for the same period of time as the study permit of the student.

INTERNATIONAL EXPEREINCE CANADA (IEC)

Citizens of countries that have an agreement with Canada have the opportunity to apply for an IEC work permit.

This open work permit enables you to travel and work in Canada.

There are currently three travel and work experiences;

·       Working Holiday

·       Young professionals and

·       International Co-op/Internship.

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