If you are an Employer and would like to hire workers abroad or already in Canada we can help.
You can hire employees temporarily or support their immigration to Canada by hiring them on a full time basis.
If you plan to hire skilled workers for permanent positions and support their immigration, you can improve their chances of being approved by applying for an arranged employment opinion (AEO) from Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.
Citizenship and immigration Canada considers labour market opinions (LMO) when deciding whether to issue work permits to foreign workers.
An LMO is an assessment of the impact that hiring a foreign worker would have on Canadian jobs. it seeks to ensure that people in Canada have first access to available jobs and that employers pay and treat foreign workers fairly.
Most job categories require an LMO but some do not.
As an employer you must demonstrate that you are unable to find Canadians or permanent residents to fill the jobs, and that the entry of new foreign workers will not have a negative impact on the Canadian labour market.
The Federal Skilled Worker Program
Temporary Foreign Worker Program
Off-Campus Work Permit Program
Post-graduation Work Permit Program
The Provincial Nominee Program allows provinces and territories to nominate immigrants who will settle within their boundaries and contribute to their economic development
Employers may participate in the nomination process in some provinces and territories. to see if you can participate, contact us.
Quebec establishes its own immigration requirements and selects immigrants who will adapt well to living in Quebec.
employers should be aware that internationally trained workers who want to come to Canada as Quebec selected skilled workers must first apply to the Quebec government for a certificate of selection (certificat de sélection du Québec).