The Canadian government has implemented simplified procedures for foreign workers to seek employment in Canada. Additionally, unique provisions have been introduced to empower Canadian employers to bring foreign workers to Canada more efficiently and cost-effectively.

However, it’s essential to thoroughly explore all available options, whether you’re a foreign worker or a Canadian employer, before making any decisions. At Owlspriority Immigration, our expert team can provide guidance to help you make well-informed choices.

The Canadian government is actively seeking to augment the foreign workforce in Canada to meet demands and contribute to the Canadian job market. While most foreign workers will require a work permit to work in Canada, there are exemptions available, allowing certain individuals to work without a work permit. Moreover, numerous alternatives exist for working in Canada that bypass the standard work permit process. These options include, but are not limited to, post-graduate work permits, permits issued under international trade agreements such as NAFTA & CETA, and working holiday programs.

Canadian Work Permit Types

Work Visa

Get a Canadian Work Permit (Work Visa)

If you’re a Canadian employer seeking to hire foreign talent or transfer key employees to Canada, our expert team can provide guidance on the most legitimate, cost-effective, and expedient methods. We offer free consultations to kick-start the process.

Advantage

Open Work Permit Advantage

The Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) gives Canadian employers the ability to hire workers and professionals from outside Canada to fill job positions in Canada.

Entertainment

Working in the Entertainment Industry

Canada with its abundance of natural, historic and cultural exquisiteness, is host to a variety of endeavors when it comes to the entertainment industry.

Work Permit

Work in Canada without Work Permit

There are various circumstances and criteria under which individuals may work in Canada without needing a work permit. While some individuals may be eligible to work in Canada without a work permit, they may still require a Temporary Resident Visa...

Graduate

Post-Graduate Students: Work Permits

As of 2017, the number of study permit holders in Canada has crossed a record-high 450,000. Almost all international students when they complete their post-secondary education

Business

Business Visitors: Work in Canada without Work Permit

Canada being one of the world’s largest economies, welcomes thousands of business visitors to the country every year.

Labour

Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) Exemptions

Though the first step involved in hiring a foreign worker/professional is the Canadian employer securing a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA), this requirement is not applicable in several cases.

IT/Tech

Work Permits for IT/Tech Professionals and Workers

Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) may be required in certain cases when a Canadian employer is hiring IT professionals and workers from other countries. To learn more about this option,...

Career

Career Establishment Services

Finding a job in Canada can be quite challenging if the person is looking from outside Canada. There are several factors to be considered while searching for a job in Canada...

Caregiver Programme For Permanent Resident

Canada Quebec Visa

Canada Spouse Visa

Caregiver Programme For Permanent Resident

Canada Parent Visa

Canada Temporary Foreign Worker Programs

Federal Skilled Trade Worker Category

Canada Tourist Visa

Canada PNP Visa

Caregiver Programme For Permanent Resident

Canada Quebec Visa

Canada Spouse Visa

Caregiver Programme For Permanent Resident

Canada Parent Visa

Canada Temporary Foreign Worker Programs

Federal Skilled Trade Worker Category

Canada Tourist Visa

Canada PNP Visa

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