Employer-Specific Work Permit (LMIA-Based)
At Flagstaff Immigration, we recognize the importance of fostering global talent partnerships through the Employer-Specific Work Permit, often referred to as the LMIA-Based Work Permit. This pathway allows Canadian employers to hire foreign workers when there is a demonstrated need, contributing to the growth of both businesses and the national economy. Here’s a closer look at how the process unfolds
Labour Market Assessment (LMIA): Unlocking Employment Opportunities
- Employer Requirement: Canadian employers seeking to hire a foreign worker may require a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). This assessment helps determine the genuine need for a foreign worker and confirms that no suitable Canadian permanent resident or citizen is available to fill the position.
- Positive LMIA: Once the LMIA is approved, it is referred to as a “positive LMIA.” This signifies that the foreign worker is indeed necessary to fulfill the role and that there are no suitable local candidates available.
- Confirmation Letter: A positive LMIA is also known as a confirmation letter, underscoring the endorsement of the foreign worker’s employment.
Key Documents for the Work Permit Application:
- Job Offer Letter: A formal job offer from the Canadian employer outlining the terms and conditions of employment.
- Employment Contract: A detailed contract that elaborates on the nature of the job, responsibilities, compensation, and other pertinent aspects of the employment.
- Copy of LMIA: A copy of the approved Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) demonstrating the necessity of hiring a foreign worker.
- LMIA Number: The specific LMIA number associated with the approved assessment.
Your LMIA-Based Work Permit Partner:
At Flagstaff Immigration, we comprehend the intricacies of the LMIA-Based Work Permit process and its pivotal role in facilitating international work engagements. Our experienced consultants are dedicated to assisting both employers and foreign workers in navigating this complex process, ensuring all required documents are meticulously prepared and submitted.
From initial assessment to work permit acquisition, we are committed to streamlining the LMIA-Based Work Permit journey, fostering successful employment relationships and contributing to the enrichment of Canada’s diverse workforce. Contact us today to explore how the LMIA-Based Work Permit can open doors to global talent collaboration and drive organizational success. Your international employment aspirations are our priority, and we are here to guide you every step of the way.