Work Permit

We are here to provide comprehensive solutions for individuals seeking work opportunities in the country. Each year, thousands of people from around the world move to Canada to work, and our experienced team is here to guide you through the process of obtaining the necessary work permits.

Why Obtain a Work Permit in Canada?

Canada offers numerous opportunities for temporary work, allowing individuals to gain valuable professional experience, contribute to the Canadian economy, and immerse themselves in a diverse and inclusive work environment. Here are some key benefits of obtaining a work permit in Canada:

1. Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP): The TFWP is a program that issues work permits to candidates whose employers have obtained a favorable Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). A positive LMIA confirms that a foreign worker is required to fill a specific job position and that no qualified Canadian worker is available to do so. This program provides individuals with the opportunity to work temporarily in Canada.

2. International Mobility Program (IMP): The IMP is another program that grants work permits without the requirement of a positive LMIA. Employers under this program are required to submit job offers through their employer portal. The IMP allows individuals to work temporarily in Canada in various job categories, providing flexibility and opportunities for international workers.

Types of Work Permits:

Work permits in Canada are classified into two main types: employer-specific work permits and open work permits. Here are some of the work permit programs available:

1. In-Home Caregiver: This program allows individuals to work as caregivers for children, the elderly, or people with medical needs in private homes in Canada.

2. Global Talent Stream: Designed for high-skilled workers, this program facilitates the hiring process for employers in certain occupations and industries, ensuring quick and efficient work permit processing.

3. Temporary Work Permit: This program covers various categories, such as skilled workers, professionals, and individuals participating in international agreements and exchange programs.

4. Spousal Work Permit: Spouses or common-law partners of Canadian citizens or permanent residents may be eligible to obtain an open work permit, allowing them to work for any employer in Canada.

5. Intra-Company Transfer: This program facilitates the transfer of key employees from multinational companies to their Canadian branches or subsidiaries.

6. NAFTA Work Permit: Under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), certain professionals from the United States and Mexico can obtain work permits for specific occupations without the need for a LMIA.

7. International Experience Class Working Holiday: This program allows young individuals from specific countries to work and travel in Canada for a specified period.

Trust Earth Overseas for Your Work Permit Needs

Obtaining a work permit in Canada is a significant step towards achieving your professional goals.

Earth Overseas is committed to helping you navigate the complex process of securing a work permit, providing you with expert guidance, personalized attention, and exceptional service along the way. Contact us today to learn more about our work permit services and let us assist you in making your Canadian work experience a success.