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Unlock Promising Career Paths in Canada with Brampton Immigration Consultancy

Begin your journey towards a flourishing career in Canada with Brampton Immigration Consultancy, your reliable partner in navigating the intricacies of work permits and visas. Our dedicated team of seasoned consultants specializes in facilitating Post Graduation Work Permits, providing unparalleled assistance throughout the application process.

Understanding Canadian Work Permits with Brampton Immigration Consultancy

A Canadian work permit serves as a temporary authorization granted to foreign nationals, enabling them to work in Canada. Typically, applicants must secure a valid job offer from an employer who has obtained a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) before initiating the work permit application process. At Brampton Immigration Consultancy, we collaborate with our sister company, WorkVantage, to assist both employers and employees in navigating the complexities of hiring from abroad.]

Types of Canadian Work Permits:

Various streams exist for hiring foreign workers, each designed to grant a work permit based on factors like employment nature, National Occupation Classification (NOC), level of studies, and the job site’s province. The primary types include: Open Work Permits: Non-job-specific permits, often issued to students, permanent residence applicants, dependents, and family members. LMIA-Exempt Work Permits: Applicable under international agreements, intra-company transfers, entrepreneurs/self-employed candidates, and other exceptions based on the employer’s province. Post-Graduation Work Permits (Canadian Experience Class)

Eligibility Criteria for Work Permits:

To obtain a work permit, applicants must meet specific criteria, including:

  1. Demonstrate the intent to leave Canada once the permit expires.
  2. Prove financial capability to support oneself and accompanying dependents during the stay, along with funds to return home after the permit expires.
  3. Maintain a clean criminal record, with the possibility of providing a police clearance certificate from the applicant’s home country.
  4. Pose no threat to Canada’s national security.
  5. Exhibit good health and willingness to undergo a medical exam if required.
  6. Plan to work for an employer eligible to hire foreign workers and compliant with set conditions.
  7. Not intend to work for an employer involved in activities like striptease, erotic dance, escort services, or erotic massages.
  8. Submit any additional documents requested by immigration officials.
Work Permit Application Requirements:

To successfully apply for a work permit, candidates need to complete the appropriate application based on their situation and location. Key requirements include:

Work Permit Application Requirements
Before an employee initiates the work permit process, the employer must:
  1. Provide the prospective employee with a valid job offer.
  2. Obtain a positive LMIA if necessary.
  3. Pay employer compliance fees if hiring through the International Mobility Program (IMP).
Work Permit Application Process:

The application process involves determining the appropriate permit, completing the application, and submitting necessary documents, such as passport, travel history, background documentation, and criminal background checks if necessary. Application fees vary, and processing times depend on the type and location of the application.

Canadian Work Permit Cost:

Standard work permit fees amount to approximately $155, with additional charges for restoring status or obtaining a new work permit. Open work permits incur an extra $100 holding fee. Biometrics collection may result in additional fees.

Extending a Canadian Work Permit:

To extend a work permit, applicants must apply at least 30 days before the current permit expires. Processing times vary, and the candidate can remain in Canada while the application is processed.

Addressing Labour Shortages:

Brampton Immigration Consultancy recognizes the importance of addressing labor shortages in Canada. Various programs, such as the Global Talent Stream, Caregivers, Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP), and International Mobility Program (IMP), offer avenues for employers to hire foreign workers. Some programs may require an LMIA, and our consultants can guide you through the details. 

Let Brampton Immigration Consultancy be your partner in navigating the intricacies of Canadian work permits, ensuring a seamless journey toward your career goals.

Explore Opportunities with Brampton Immigration Consultancy:

Discover promising career paths in Canada with Brampton Immigration Consultancy. Start with a free assessment, and our team will evaluate your case, create a tailored strategy, review supporting documents, represent you in communication with the government, and guide you through the decision process.

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