Libertas Immigration

Work in Canada​

Discover a world of work opportunities in Canada and learn how our services can assist you in making your dream of working in Canada a reality.
Working in Canada offers an array of exciting professional opportunities, a high standard of living, and a welcoming multicultural environment. As a foreign national, understanding the legal framework and requirements for working in Canada is essential to ensure a smooth transition and a successful career. Explore the various work pathways available and learn how our comprehensive range of services can support you throughout the journey.

Our Services

LMIA (Labour Market Impact Assessment): Companies hiring through the Temporary Foreign Worker Program first need to obtain approval from the Government to employ international talent. We have extensive experience in helping employers navigate the LMIA process, ensuring compliance with the Canadian job market regulations.

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Temporary Foriegn Worker: We provide comprehensive support in obtaining a work permit, which allows foreign nationals to work legally in Canada for a specified period. Our team will assist you in determining the most suitable work permit category for your specific circumstances and guide you through the application process..

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PGWP (Post-Graduate Work Permit): For international students who have completed a program of study at a designated learning institution in Canada, the PGWP provides an opportunity to gain valuable Canadian work experience.

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Where to start?

The first step on the way to getting a work permit in Canada is getting a job offer from a Canadian Employer. Before the foreign national obtains a right to apply for a work permit, the Canadian Employer should undergo the selective process to determine which of the programs will suit the needs to expedite the recruitment process.

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Frequently Asked Questions

In most cases, a valid work permit is required to work legally in Canada.

An LMIA (Labour Market Impact Assessment) is a document issued by Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) to assess the impact of hiring a foreign worker on the Canadian labor market. It is typically required to obtain a work permit in certain categories.

Processing times vary based on several factors, including the type of work permit and the applicant’s country of residence. It is advisable to apply well in advance and monitor processing times for the latest updates. You can check processing times here.

Depending on the work permit category, you may be eligible to include your spouse or common-law partner and dependent children in your application for an open work permit or study permits for your family members.