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Canada Immigration FAQ - Securing a Work Permit to Work in Canada


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Title: Canada Immigration FAQ - Securing a Work Permit to Work in Canada

Securing a Work Permit To Work in Canada
Canadian work permit applications can be done at
a visa office in the foreign workers home
country, or at a Canadian port of entry, which is
usually an airport.
Its important for the applicant to locate a
place of employment in Canada before filling out
application forms.
The place of employment typically needs to be
approved by Service Canada prior to the issuance
of a work permit by Canadian immigration
Securing a Job in Canada
  • People who want to obtain a Canadian work permit
    usually must secure jobs before applying.

Its important to note that looking for a job is
not a part of our immigration services.
Regular Process of Application for Work Permits
  • Before applying for work permits to work in
    Canada, it is standard procedure that applicants
    must receive approval from Service Canada.
  • Employers are required to demonstrate that they
    have made unsuccessful efforts to look for
    Canadian citizens or permanent residents to fill
    their workforce, such as by placing online and
    newspaper ads.

  • However, the standard process may not be followed
    if the job applied for is identified as an
    occupation under pressure.
  • This means that the occupation is considered to
    have a skills shortage and Canada is willing to
    have foreign workers work in the identified

Work Permits That May Not Require Service Canada
  • There may be applications for work permits in
    which approval from Service Canada is not
    required such as
  • applications of entrepreneurs
  • intra-company transferees
  • foreign students who finished their study in
  • spouses of skilled workers who already have work
  • individuals considered to bring certain benefits
    to Canada.

  • The application process for obtaining a work
    permit can be very complex.

Getting the help of Russ Weninger Immigration
Law in preparing your application will give you a
better chance of obtaining a Canadian work
He offer assistance in obtaining work permits for
applicants who already have an employment offer
from a potential employer in Canada.
Call 403-265-4496 now for a free assessment of
your immigration case.
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