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The Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) allows Canadian employers to hire foreign nationals to fill temporary labour and skill shortages when qualified Canadian citizens or permanent residents are not available.
Employers often require a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) from HRSDC to hire a foreign worker. A positive LMIA means that the employer has tried but has been unable to find a Canadian or permanent resident for the job, that the job offer is genuine, and that the employer has met job offer commitments to temporary foreign workers they have hired in the past.
The Regulations specify that the worker class is a class of persons who may become temporary residents. A worker may be authorize to work without a work permit under R186, or may be authorize to work by the issuance of a work permit pursuant to Part 11 of the Regulations.
Our experts will help you with preparing your application and a complete list of the documents required for TFW.
Foreign Workers Recruitment
We bring in foreign nationals to Canada under International Mobility program. We help connect these foreign nationals with our client Employers.
Our recruitment practice mainly focuses on recruitment of foreign workers for Canadian businesses. We also assist Employers LMIA (Labour Market Impact Assessment). Such foreign nationals have Open Work permit to work in Canada and have the opportunity to apply for Permanent Residence Application under Canadian Experience Class.