Got Questions?

We’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions and provided answers to help you better understand our services.

How do I work in Canada?

1. Open Work Permit, which allows you to work for any employer in Canada.



2. An Employer specific work permit, which specifies the name of the employer you can work for, the location of work and for the duration you are allowed to work. In order to obtain a employer specific work permit the employer will need to have a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) , which is a document from Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) that gives the employer permission to hire a temporary foreign worker.



Sometimes you may be eligible to work in Canada with out a work permit.



Another way foreign nationals can legally work in Canada is to apply for International Experience Canada (IEC) which can also be know as a working holiday.



International students in Canada can also be eligible to work. Check your study permit for conditions. However, once you graduate, you can apply for a work permit, called a Post-graduate Work Permit (PGWP)


I am an employer, I need to fill a labour or skill shortage by hiring a temporary foreign worker what is my first step?

You must first start by finding out if you need a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). A LMIA confirms that there is a need for a foreign worker(s) and secondly that there are no Canadians or permanent residents that are available to do the job.


The LMIA process is complex with many moving parts, we are here to help.

How do I calculate language points for Canadian Immigration?

Language points are based on your ability to communicate in Canada’s official languages, either English or French or both. Points are based on your ability to read, write, listen and speak. Canada immigration requires you to take an approved language test. The test are Canadian Language benchmarks (CLB for English and Niveaux de competence linguistique canadiens (NCLC) for French


What are the requirements you must meet to apply to become a Canadian Citizen?

1. Be a permanent resident. Having resided in Canada for 3 out of the last 5 years. You must have been physically present in Canada for at least 1,095 days.

2. Ensure you are eligible- prove your language skills, have no criminal record.

3. File your Canadian Income Tax

4. Pass the citizenship test

5. Attend an interview

6. Take the oath of citizenship

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