Types of Canadian Work Permit
The Standard Work Permits: These work permits require the employer to obtain a Labour Market Impact Assessment as part of the process.
Post-Graduation Work Permits: After graduating from a designated Canadian educational institution, international graduates may work in Canada for up to 3-years.
LMIA Exemptions Permits: Certain circumstances allow for individuals to work in Canada without first obtaining a Labour Market Impact Assessment.
NAFTA Work Permits: These permits are issued under the North American Free Trade Agreement, allowing work without a Labour Market Impact Assessment.
International Experience Canada Permits: Canada has a mutual agreement with many other countries that allow a number of individuals of a certain age to work in Canada for a time. CLICK NEXT TO FILL APPLICATION FORM