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Work Visa Assistance

Work Permit is a document issued by the Canadian government that permits a foreign worker to legally work in Canada for a temporary period. Before being able to apply for a Work Permit, applicants are in most cases, required to obtain what is known as LMO (Labour Market Opinion) issued by Service Canada. Once the validation has been approved, the foreign worker can apply for a Work Permit at a Canadian Consulate or High Commission outside of Canada.

In some cases, the foreign worker will be required to attend an interview with a visa officer. Work Permit will be issued, if the Visa Officer is satisfied that the foreign worker’s employment will not adversely affect employment prospects for Canadians, and if the foreign worker qualifies for the position.

Temporary Foreign Workers often have the qualities to make a successful transition from temporary to permanent resident status in Canada.

It is possible to work in Canada while you are here as a student, under any Citizenship and Immigration Canada’s (CIC’s) work program for students.  In most cases, you will need to apply for a student work permit.  Find information about WORKING OFF-CAMPUS while you stay in Canada, learn how you can stay in Canada as a permanent resident or find work AFTER YOU GRADUATE from school.


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