Canada is a popular destination for those who are seeking an oversees career as it believes that welcoming them will strengthen their economy and culture. Moreover, Canada is experiencing shortage of skilled and unskilled workers in various industries and businesses.

If you are thinking of getting work permit in Canada and settle there, we can help you. We are providing all kinds of services related to work permits in Canada. Our experienced and expert team will take care of all the application procedures and processes until you get your permit.


A Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) refers to a document required by an employer in Canada to hire foreign workers. Hence, through LMIA, a foreigner can get a temporary work permit in Canada.   

The employee can apply for this temporary work permit after the employer gets LMIA. For the application, the employee needs (a) a copy of the LMIA, and the LMIA number, (b) job offer letter, and (c) contract.

If an LMIA is ‘positive’, it means that there is a need for a foreign workers and allows employers to hire one. ‘Negative’ LMIA confirms that there is no such need and a Canadian should be hired for that position.

To know more about LMIA and its procedures, visit this page.

Open Work Permit

Open Work Permit allows a foreign national to work for multiple employers throughout the country. It means that, unlike in LMIA, this permit is not restricted to a single employer and is not job specific.

You are eligible to apply for an Open Work Permit if you are an international student qualified for post-graduate work program, spouse of a skilled worker or an international student, or a dependent family member of someone who applied for permanent residence.

To know more about the eligibility, requirements, and applicant categories of open work permits, visit this page.