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Work Permit Processing

Immigration Pro helps Canadian Employers and Foreign Workers with their work permit applications and extensions

Our team of immigration specialists will assist to mitigate the chance of work permit delays or refusals.

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    15+ years of experience

    More than 15 years of experience

    Licensed by CICC and in every Canadian province

    Our consultants are licensed by CICC in all provinces

    Dedicated quality assurance team

    Dedicated quality assurance team

    Hundreds of successful cases per year

    Hundreds of successful cases per year

    We speak English, French, and Spanish

    Services available in English, Spanish and French

    Specialized in LMIAs, work permits, and family sponsorships

    Specialty in Work Permits

    Obtaining a Work Permit

    A work permit is given to a foreign individual who has received a valid work offer by an employer authorized to hire foreign workers by the government of Canada.

    Before applying for a work permit, the employer must complete a set of steps, which may vary according to the province, type of work and the employee’s country of origin.

    In order for an employee to begin the process of obtaining a work permit, an employer must first:

    Employers must also pay for any immigration fees involved with the work permit process.

    Work Permit Streams

    There are various streams to hire foreign workers, all which ultimately have the purpose of granting a work permit. The types of work permits available change depending on the nature of employment, National Occupation Classification (NOC), level of studies and even the province of the job site.

    Oftentimes, employers need to obtain a positive Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) before their employees can begin the process to obtain a work permit. Find out if you need an LMIA.

    Please note that the conditions of a work permit will vary depending on the program through which the employee was hired.

    In order to find out more about each work permit, take a look at the pages linked below, where you will find detailed information about each program to see if you qualify.

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    About LMIA Process



    Call or fill out our contact form for a free assessment. Our team of professionals will evaluate your case and provide you with professional feedback on your chances of success along with a quote.


    Strategy Creation

    Our team of professionals will work with you to create a tailor-made strategy that is likely to result in a successful Work Permit application.


    Case Revision

    We will review your supporting documents thoroughly and work towards building a strong case.



    In order to make this an easy and stress-free process, we will handle all communication with the government on your behalf while we await for a decision, keeping you informed every step of the way.



    Once a decision has been made, our team will advise you on the next necessary steps to prepare for your arrival to Canada.

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    Immigration Pros and your Work Permit Application

    Immigration Pros is a group of immigration consultants whose specialty focuses in processing LMIAs, work permits and family sponsorships.

    As work permit processing is within our line of specialties, we take special care to create an application that will likely result in a successful application, resulting in a process that is as easy, successful and stress-free as can be.

    Our team of immigration experts will take care of the entire application process and act as a liaison between you and the government, keeping you informed about updates regarding the work permit process.

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    Fulfilling Employment Shortages in Canada

    There are many different work streams available for employers to work with foreign workers in order to meet with employment shortage quotas.

    Every province offers different work programs that allow employers to facilitate work permits with the purpose of meeting worker shortages where hiring a Canadian workforce has not been successful.

    To learn more about work programs available for employers to work with foreign workers, take a look at the programs listed below:

    To learn more about work programs available for employers to work with foreign workers, take a look at the programs listed below:

    Service fees for this process:
    $1,190 – $1,800

    Beware of ghost Immigration Consultants! Only Certified Canadian Immigration and Citizenship Consultant members in good standing with the College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants (CICC) can offer consultation services for Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada applications.