Canada introduced the Temporary Foreign Work Permit Program (TFWP) to manage the skills, and labor shortages noticed in many industries across the nation. It essentially helps Canadian employers to hire foreign workers in a variety of jobs.
These employers are required to apply through a TFWP stream that matched their hiring requirements.
Each of the streams presents a set of criteria that is to be fulfilled to collect a winning LMIA application for Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC).
TFWP hiring process entails applying for a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) to demonstrate that there was no Canadian or permanent resident available to fill the vacancy. Thus, the temporary worker is required to submit a work permit application and a copy of the LMIA or the LMIA number.
Under the TFWP the temporary workers are provided with employer-specific permits or closed work permits. As per the conditions mentioned in the work permits, these candidates are allowed to work. These conditions are:
- The name of the employer one can work for.
- For how long one can work.
- The location where one can work.
Documents Requirements to Apply for Work Permit Through the TFWP
Submission of a work permit application with all the specified documents to the IRCC is required to apply for TFWP. These documents are:
- Valid job offer letter.
- Proof that the candidate meets the requirements of the job offer.
- Copy of a positive LMIA or LMIA number.
- Proof of English or French language proficiency through test results.
- Medical examination (if needed).
- Valid passport.
- Police clearance certificate (if asked)
- Proof of funds, such as a bank statement to demonstrate that you can take care of yourself and any accompanying family members during the stay.
Different TWFP Stream
- High Wage Worker Stream
- Low Wage Worker Stream
- Agriculture Worker Stream
- Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program (SAWP)
- Global Talent Stream (GTS)
- Home Care Provider Stream
- Foreign Academics
In case you too are looking forward to receiving Temporary Foreign Work Permit Program and are confused about the process, then you must connect with our skilled and licensed Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants. With their expertise, they can help you take the required steps for attaining Canada’s TFWP.