Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) visa is a requirement needed by the Canadian employer tosupport your job offer as a foreign worker. Formerly called Labour Market Opinion (LMO), securing apositive LMIA is a vital process and must be issued before you can apply for a temporary work permit,and to ensure that your employment being a foreign worker, will not have a negative impact on theCanadian labor market.
A start-up visa is for business individuals or entrepreneurs who want to start a business in Canada. It is abusiness immigration program that applies to those who aim for innovative and globally competitivebusiness, ready to create jobs for Canadians. You must also secure enough settlement funds in yourpossession and meet the language requirement of the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB).Furthermore, admissibility requirements to enter Canada must also be met.
Ontario PNP visa
Ontario, the economic and social center, and is one of the most populous and multicultural provinces inCanada, is also a popular destination for immigrants from across the world. Provincial NomineeProgram (PNP) visa is an immigration program designed for prospective foreign nationals who have ajob offer in Ontario to apply for a Canadian permanent residence. To qualify, your employer must bepre-screened and approved by Opportunities Ontario after your nomination for permanent residence.
As a general rule, if one is not a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, he needs to secure a workpermit to work legally in Canada. Foreign workers must have an approved job offer and a work permitfrom Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) before arriving in Canada. The duration of thewhole process could depend on one’s nationality and intended work in Canada. It is the Employmentand Social Development Canada (ESDC) that decides whether your employer can hire you as a foreignworker.
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