LMIA applications are our specialty A labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) is a document that an employer in Canada may require prior to hiring a foreign national. A positive LMIA will show that there is a need for a foreign worker to fill the position. It will also show that no Canadian worker or permanent resident is available to do the job. A positive LMIA is also referred to as a "valid" job offer or a confirmation letter. If an employer needs an LMIA, they must apply for one. This is where we can help with our LMIA services. Submitting an LMIA application is a very involved process. We will work with you to ensure that the most comprehensive application is submitted and that you are kept informed every step of the way with the goal of achieving a positive result.
LMIA FOR PERMANENT RESIDENCY WITH OR WITHOUT A WORK PERMIT
This is one of our most used services, which allows employers to support foreign workers in their goal of permanent residency by providing foreign workers with a valid job offer or valid job offer with the potential to apply for a work permit. The points gained through the valid job offer, combined with the points gained for obtaining Canadian work experience are very valuable to candidates seeking express entry.
GLOBAL TALENT STREAM
This Global Talent Stream LMIA is an LMIA that is completed to obtain permission to hire a foreign worker in a specialized position where it is clear that there is a labour shortage and the occupation is listed among in-demand occupations on the Global Talent Occupations List.
The Global Talent Stream is eligible for priority processing for the LMIA and also for the work permit.
If you are interested in this program, please contact us today.
This LMIA is used by foreigners to obtain permission to apply for a work permit to work in a business that is being established in Canada. This stream allows entrepreneurs who wish to invest in Canada to work in their establishment to ensure its success.
HIGH/LOW WAGE, MISC LMIA AND LMIA EXEMPTIONS
This LMIA is completed to obtain permission to hire a foreign worker in a high or low wage position where it is clear that there is a labour shortage. This option may support permanent residency but is typically used in situations where an employer may eventually transition to a Canadian or Canadian permanent resident worker.
Sometimes your situation falls outside of the box. In this situation, we will look at options for immigration that are LMIA exempt. Please book an appointment with us to arrange a consultation to discuss your specific needs.
Agriculture is an area of focus for Immigration Station Canada. We offer this through our LMIA services, working with partners to find worker and assisting you with each step of the process to fill your labour need. With experience working in the industry and with commercial farmers, we are here to help you move your business forward with the right team.
In some cases we must complete a caregiver LMIA to hire workers in this very important field. The caregiver LMIA allows us to place the right people into the right places to fill labour shortages faced by individuals and businesses seeking caregivers.