LMIA and LMIA-exempt work permits
Applications for PGWP.
Status restoration and extension.
Spousal work permit applications.
(IEC) Applications.
Open work permit Application.
Pilot Support Worker at Home.
Pilot program for private child care.

In order to fill critical labor shortages and add essential skills to the workforce, Canada relies on temporary foreign workers. Every year, nearly half a million people with work permits are employed in Canada. Opportunities abound for everyone in the fields of agriculture, healthcare, and information technology (IT).

In most cases, work permits are employer-specific, requiring you to work for the employer listed on them. Your employer must first obtain a positive LMIA (if necessary) before doing so.

However, in some instances, open work permits are also available, including the following:
for a recent DLI and PGWP-eligible program graduate. for a PR applicant in Canada (or a member of the PR applicant’s dependent family).
for the spouse or common law partner of an international student or skilled worker. for a refugee, claimant for refugee status, protected person, or member of their family. For postsecondary co-op work permits, the employer typically requires a Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) to support a foreign national’s job offer; However, an LMIA is not required for all jobs.

You have a valid job offer, a valid work permit that is exempt from an LMIA, and you have been working full-time for the employer on your work permit for at least one year (or an equivalent amount of part-time work).
A federal-provincial agreement, an international agreement, or the “Canadian interests” category.

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