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Immigration To Canada

Immigration to Canada

More than 60 Canadian immigration programs are available to individuals seeking to immigrate to Canada. Our comprehensive assessment method evaluates your eligibility across ALL categories.  Ensuring you select the Canadian immigration category best suited for your circumstances can be overwhelming.

The path to Canadian citizenship begins by acquiring Canadian permanent resident status. Similar to a “Green Card” in the United States, a Canada Permanent Resident Card will enable you to work and live in Canada. The best way of determining if you qualify for Canadian Permanent Residency, through one of Canada’s many immigration programs, is to fill out our assessment form. Our Canadian immigration team will carefully review your assessment and get back to you within 24 hours.

The federal government of Canada gives every province some selection discretion, most notably exemplified by the Provincial Nomination Programs. However, the level of deference afforded to Quebec is unrivaled. Quebec Immigration programs will typically have different selection criteria, based on Quebec’s cultural uniqueness. Despite the selection powers that provinces hold, all final Canadian immigration decisions fall under federal jurisdiction.

Did you know?

Work and study experience in Canada can be applied towards qualifying for Canadian permanent residency.  In fact, finding a job in Canada will significantly increase your chances of qualifying for Canadian immigration.  Contact us for more information about how you can use your job offer in Canada to qualify for Canadian immigration, or explore the general Canadian immigration categories listed below.

Permanent Status – Canadian Immigration Categories:

  • Express Entry
  • Federal Skilled Worker
  • Provincial Nominee Program
  • Canadian Experience Class
  • Federal Skilled Trades Class
  • Family Class
  • Business Investor
  • Business Entrepreneur
  • Business Self-Employed
  • Quebec Immigration

Temporary Status In Canada:

  • Work Permits
  • International Students
  • International Experience Canada

Work Permit Canada

Canadian Immigration Services

With few exceptions, most individuals seeking to enter Canada’s labor market will require a work permit.  By applying for a Canadian Work Permit, you could join the more than 180,000 foreign workers who come to work in Canada every year.

Learn about:

  • How to Apply for a Work Permit
  • The Duration of Work Permits
  • Open Work Permit
  • Work Permit Exemption

How to Apply for a Canadian Work Permit

Typically, obtaining a Canadian work permit is a two-step process.  In most cases, applicants will first require a job offer before they can apply for a Canadian work permit.

Step 1

In the vast majority of cases, the first step towards obtaining a Canadian work permit is to apply for a Job Offer from Canadian Employer and Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) from Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC). Usually, the Canadian employer must undertake domestic recruitment efforts and demonstrate that no Canadian permanent residents or citizens are qualified for the position at hand.

Step 2

After a positive LMIA has been issued, the applicant can apply for a Canadian work permit on that basis.

Work permits are employer specific, unless a worker has an open work permit.  If a worker wants to change employers, they must obtain a new Work Permit before performing another job in Canada.  Canadian work permits are also limited in duration.

Work Permit Duration

All Canadian work permits have an expiry date.  The only way to work in Canada permanently, or for an unspecified length of time, is to acquire permanent resident status.

The Canadian government puts limits on the length of Canadian work permits as well as the accumulated length of time that non-Canadians can work in Canada. The total number of months’ individuals may work in Canada—whether worked consecutively or with gaps between permits—is 48, or four years total.

Once the maximum of four years’ work has been accumulated, foreign workers will have to leave Canada and remain outside of the country for at least 48 months (4 years) before being eligible to work in Canada again.

Open Work Permit Canada

An open work Permit differs from a regular work permit in that it does not specify a particular job or employer. Generally, the job and employer are both indicated on Canadian Work Permits, thereby restricting the holder to those circumstances while in Canada. An Open Work Permit allows its holder to work for any Canadian employer, in almost any capacity.

Open Work Permits do not require the applicant to have either an offer of employment or a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA).

As per Canadian immigration regulations, Open Work Permits may be applied for by:

Spouses or common-law partners of temporary foreign workers in a level 0, A or B occupation, according to the National Occupation Classification (NOC);

The spouses or common-law partners of foreign students engaged in full-time study;

International students who have recently graduated from a Canadian post-secondary institution

Canadian Work Permit Exemption

You may qualify for a Canadian work permit exemption in one of the following circumstances:

Foreign representatives.

Family members of foreign representatives

Athletes and team members

Performing artists

News reporters, media crews

Public speakers

Convention organizers

Business Visitors


Judges, referees and similar officials

Examiners and evaluators

Expert witnesses or investigators

Foreign government officers

Health care students

Civil aviation inspector

Transportation Crew

Aviation accident or incident inspector

On-campus employment

Military personnel

Implied Status

Job Search Website to Find Job Offer in Canada:

Job search websites are free source to obtain job offer from any country. all you have to create a CV first. then visit these website and search your desired category jobs. once you find the job, you have to open the description of jobs to find the contact details of employer. now simply send your CV to employer. here are some top rated job search websites to find job in Canada:

Top 100 Hundred Canadian Employers of 2019 Please Click Here.

Use LinkedIn with Top Hundred Canadian Employer

Find Job With Eluta.Ca Please Click here.

Official Website of Canada ESDC Job Bank Canada.

Official Job Search Website of Quebec Immigration.

Indeed Canada for Better Response from Employer Click to Visit.

See a list of Canadian Recruitment Agencies by Clicking here Please do not pay any money, we won’t be responsible for any loss of money or fraud.