Every year, more than 300,000 people come to Canada as temporary foreign workers.

If you wish to employ a foreign worker, or you are a worker yourself, it is important to know your full range of Canadian work options. Contact us today, and we will provide you with a free consultation.

For Foreign Workers

Have you been offered a job by a Canadian employer? Our firm is ready to help you secure your Canadian Work Permit and any other required visas, and prepare you for entering the Canadian labour market.

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For Canadian Employers

Do you want to hire a foreign worker or transfer a key employee to Canada? Our firm can help you choose and navigate the best path for bringing your employee to Canada and securing a Canadian Work Permit.

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For Foreign Businesses

Are you looking to transfer an employee to a work location in Canada? Do you intend to set up a business in Canada? Our firm can assist you in obtaining the necessary Canadian Work Permits to help achieve your goals.

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In almost all cases, individuals with a job offer from a Canadian employer must secure a Temporary Work Permit to work in Canada.

There are many paths to obtaining a Temporary Work Permit. Choosing the correct path depends on a number of factors, such as:

  • the type, skill level, and location of the job in Canada; and
  • the nationality of the worker, as well as his or her professional and personal profile.

Every employment situation is unique, and the multitude of work permit options reflects this fact. Campbell Cohen will help you determine the path that is best for you, and will provide you with a full range of work permit services, including applications for:

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  • Quebec Expands List of Occupations for Facilitated LMIA Process

    Employers in Quebec can enjoy a simplified, or facilitated, hiring process of foreign workers in certain occupations after the government of Quebec expanded the list of occupations that are exempt from the Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) advertising requirement in the province.

  • BC Conducts Second PNP Draw in Less Than a Week

    British Columbia (BC) has invited another 343 candidates to immigrate to the province through the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) in draws that took place on February 23. This is the second batch of Invitations to Apply (ITAs) that have been issued in the past week, with the previous draws — which saw 459 ITAs issued — having taken place on February 17.