In most cases, in order to obtain a Canadian work permit you must have first received a job offer from a Canadian employer.

Please click here if you do not already have a job offer from a Canadian employer.

Obtaining a Canadian work visa (referred to as a work permit in Canada) is usually a very important step towards working legally in Canada. Our firm will determine if you require a work permit, and if you do, we will work quickly and efficiency to assist you in securing the work permit.

Please use the form below to submit your inquiry about getting a work permit and working legally in Canada. A member of our team of work permit specialists will respond immediately with an evaluation of your needs.

 

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