We assist the Canadian employer and foreign worker with their respective applications.
Most Canadian employers need to obtain a Labour Market Opinion (authorization to hire a foreign national as a worker). However, there are exemptions from this rule.
Most foreign workers need to obtain work permits. There are also exceptions.
We assist foreign students with their applications for secondary or post-secondary programs, and study permit extensions.
We have extensive experience assisting students with challenging applications due to a history of weak academic performance, truancy, and serial temporary residence in Canada.
Speak with us how you can work while attending school, extend your study permit, or use your studies to facilitate a permanent residence application.
We can assist you with your application to enter Canada as a visitor to attend business meetings, take short courses, spend time with family and friends, assist with your grandchild’s care, enjoy Canada as a tourist, or investigate employment or school opportunities.
In addition to obtaining one of the above permissions to be a worker, student, or visitor while in Canada, citizens of some countries must also obtain a temporary resident visa (permission to travel to Canada).
These visas can be challenging to obtain, usually because the visa officer is not convinced that you will leave Canada by the end of the period of your authorized stay. It is advisable to seek assistance with your first visa application, as a refusal can be difficult to overcome on a subsequent application.
Temporary Resident Permits
Foreign nationals may be inadmissible to Canada due to criminal (including “minor” or historical) offences, medical condition, misrepresentations, or other reasons. If the basis of the inadmissibility cannot be remedied, the foreign national may request that a Temporary Resident Permit be issued allowing entry despite the inadmissibility.