FOR CANADIAN Employees
Entrepreneurs are highly supported by the Canadian Government and public as the growth and development of the country’s economy is dependent on the success of local and foreignn business investments.
How do we support Canadian employers
At RUTE Immigration, we pride ourselves for helping Canadian Employers to hire and move talents beyond borders.
We offer premium level expedited services for our corporate clients by consulting companies on the best employment and immigration strategy. We facilitate the hiring process in a timely and efficient manner.
How can i bring a Foreign worker to join my company in CANADA?
Foreign Workers require a work permit in order to work in Canada. There are LMIA-based and LMIA-exempt work permits.
- LMIA-based work permits. As a Canadian employer you should normally obtain an authorization to hire a foreign worker by applying for a Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) to the Employment and Social Development of Canada (ESDC). This application process is professionally handled by our firm and the processing time is usually 3 months at the ESDC. Upon receiving the approval for hiring a foreign worker for a specific position(s), we will submit a work permit application to the nearest Canadian visa office on behalf of the worker. Processing time takes from 2-weeks to 1 month depending on the workload of the visa office.
- Labor market impact assessment (LMIA) exemption – International Mobility Program
Sections 204 to 208 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (IRPR) provide the regulatory authority to issue a work permit to a worker who does not require a labour market impact assessment (LMIA) as per subparagraphs 200(1)(c)(i) to (ii.1).
There are specific situations that Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) considers, by policy, as meeting the requirements of sections 204 through 208 of the IRPR. In doing so, the Department has created LMIA exemption streams (via unique administrative codes) to capture the different eligibility or criteria for those specific situations.
The LMIA exemption codes are listed here: