Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) requires that Canadian employers meet certain requirements when hiring foreign workers.

In order to work in Canada on a temporary basis, foreign workers must obtain a Canada Temporary Work Permit.

At Campbell Cohen, we review all aspects of the temporary job offer to ensure that it meets ESDC requirements:

  • The job being offered;
  • The person’s qualifications with respect to the job offer;
  • The person’s country of citizenship;
  • The person’s current country of residence;
  • The jurisdiction of where this job will take place in Canada; and
  • Whether or not there are licensing requirements for the job.

Campbell Cohen Work Permit Services include:

  • Verification that the candidate has the proper work experience, as per Canada's National Occupation Classification (NOC) system;
  • Verification that the job offer and the Canadian company have met the criteria for a job offer confirmation;
  • Preparation of the application forms;
  • Verification and cross-referencing of all information on forms;
  • Advice on which essential documents are required in support of the applications;
  • Preparation of detailed cover letters highlighting how the criteria have been met for a job offer confirmation;
  • Preparation of detailed cover letters highlighting your qualifications for the position;
  • Submission of the applications promptly to the appropriate government offices;
  • Monitoring the applications in progress and processing speeds, relative to other files we have submitted to the same offices;
  • Alerting a particular office when there are any processing delays with the applications; and
  • Ensuring confirmation and Canada Work Permit issuance.

 

Contact us for more information about our Canada work permit services.

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