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Labour Market Impact Assessments provide employers with the opportunity to fill a labour shortage in their company. There are various types of LMIA’s and which one is best suited for your company is a determination that should be made prior to applying. The Temporary Foreign Worker program is an excellent way to increase productivity in a company that faces a shortage of labour.
LMIA’s are subject to high levels of review by the Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC), which is also known as Service Canada. As such, the LMIA must be free of errors. Canadian Immigration Group is an expert with LMIA’s and welcomes any questions you have.
An LMIA is an authorization from Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC), to employers, to hire foreign workers.
There are certain types of jobs which are exempt from employers having to post job openings. An Owner Operator LMIA is an application that allows business owners to obtain work authorizaton within their own company and who have an active involvement in the operations. The individual must meet strict requirements that the ESDC has stipulated.
If you wish to open a new business or expand a company you are already operating in Canada, contact Canadian Immigration Group online today, or by telephone at (780) 444-2844 or toll-free at (855) 944-2844.
Canadian Immigration Group is focused on helping you succeed in your business operation process.
As with any employment opportunity that you wish to benefit from in Canada, owning or operating your own business and applying for the respective LMIA, is monitored by the Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) closely. This is to ensure that the business venture is positive and that you meet the requirements of the program.
The qualifications stipulated by the ESDC concerning the LMIA for foreign nationals that wish to own or operate their business in Canada are as follows:
Most foreign nationals that are granted a positive LMIA for owning or operating their own business in Canada, soon after, seek the appropriate stream towards permanent residency.
With the complexity of these programs, you will find that working with Canadian Immigration Group can be a positive factor in this process when you want to own a business in Canada.
For more information, contact Canadian Immigration Group online today, or by phone at (780) 444-2844 or toll-free at (855) 944-2844