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Busting the ‘No Canada Job = No Canada Immigration’ Myth for Skilled Workers

Many skilled workers make the mistake of thinking that failure to get a job in Canada means their dream of working and settling in Canada is over. Getting a job is certainly a long-term requirement to have a stable and settled life in Canada. However, it’s completely wrong to say that Canada immigration is impossible...

International Mobility Program

International Mobility Program—Advantage Skilled Workers with LMIA-Exempt Jobs in Canada

Why do skilled candidates often struggle to find a job in Canada? The answer— Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). Under the Temporary Foreign Worker program, a Canadian employer can hire a foreign worker only after proving that he/she has not found a suitable candidate in the country. This is proved by applying Employment and Social...


PGWP is not an Automatic Option—Know the PGWP Exclusions to Avoid Regrets Later

Why is Canada the most popular foreign study destination in the world? Some countries have very good educational institutions while others have lots of opportunities for skilled workers. But what makes Canada unique is the combination of quality education, good opportunities, and the Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP). Advantages of the PGWP LMIA-exempt work permit, which...

Canadian PR Visa

Work Smart and Use the Mobilité Francophone route to a Canadian Work Permit and PR

  Is immigrating to Canada easy? Many make the mistake of thinking that Canada immigration is easy for those who are super-qualified, super-skilled, and super-experienced. Well, you don’t have to be a Superman or a Superwoman to immigrate to Canada. Instead, you just need to focus on using all possible programs and streams to qualify...

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Am I Eligible for an LMIA-Exempt Work Opportunity in Canada? Here is the Answer!

Obtaining Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) is a requirement imposed on Canadian employers seeking to hire a temporary foreign worker. This is done to ensure qualified citizens or permanent residents of Canada are not ignored by foreign workers who may be prepared to work for lower wages.  A closed work permit i.e. a work permit...