Canada Work Permits
Thousands of migrant workers head to Canada looking for employment every year. They’re attracted to the country not only for its awe-inspiring scenery, friendly people and diverse culture but for the great rates of pay and job satisfaction which Canada can provide, as well. Why wait any longer to make your dream move to Canada? There are many different types of visa and work permit available, so no matter what your skills or experience, we're sure to be able to help you find your dream job in this beautiful country.
Canadian Work Permits are temporary visas which allow our clients to live and work in Canada for a period of up to three years. These are some of the most popular routes to Canadian immigration and we help thousands of clients to obtain these permits every year. For you to be eligible for this type of Canadian visa, you must have already been given a job offer from an employer in Canada.
Each province of Canada has a constantly updated list of occupations which are needed in the area. Employers who are unable to find suitable candidates from Canada can apply for an LMO which, in turn, allows a foreign worker to fill the position. We, at Brighter Visas, are always monitoring which skills are needed in Canada, so to find out whether your skills and experience are needed in the country right now, get in touch with us today.
“I’ve already worked in Canada and want to return to work there again. Does my experience count in making a new application?” – L. Ventham
With the feedback we get from our clients about living and working in Canada, we’re not surprised you want to go back; it’s such a great place to live! You’ll be pleased to know that yes, your previous experience of working in the country will work in your favour. One of the best visas for Canada is the Canadian Experience Class visa: this visa is a five year permanent residency based on the candidate having worked full-time in Canada previously. However, there are a few catches. First off, your work experience in the country needs to be longer than 12 months. Additionally, the work you undertook then, and are planning to do again, must fall in the NOC A, B or O list of occupations- these are usually skilled positions which require a decent level of education or professional experience. If this sounds like you, then you should be eligible under the Canada Experience Class visa.
Requirements and Benefits
Most working visas for Canada will require that our client has first received a job offer from a Canadian company. Finding the perfect job for you in Canada has never been easier thanks to Brighter Visas’ employment team. We work hard to find just the right jobs for our clients in Canada, updating them constantly with relevant jobs being offered by our network of Canadian employers. That’s all part and parcel of our world-class immigration and employment services and why so many people choose to come to us.
Although most of these visas and permits are only temporary, many of them do allow our clients to apply for further visa types after a couple of years. This is dependent on many factors, but could prove a great route to settling in this amazing country on a permanent basis. All cases for Canadian immigration must be accompanied by documentation which proves the applicant has no serious criminal history or medical problems. Brighter Visas can help you obtain these documents quickly and easily, so why go through all the stress of the immigration process by yourself?
If you would like to bring any members of your immediate family, such as your children, then most work visas will allow this. However, there will be extra processing fees and entry criteria for each member of the family you wish to bring along. For more information about family relocation to Canada, get in touch with our team right now- we’re sure to be able to help you in a fast and friendly manner.
To find out more about Canadian work visas and to see whether you’re eligible to live and work in Canada, take our free online assessment right now. It only takes a minute but could your first step on the road to a new life in Canada.
Also related to this page:
Canada Experience Class Visas
Canada Work Permit for Employees
Canada Federal Skilled Worker Program
Provincial Nomination Program (PNP)
Canada Skilled Worker Visas
February 14, 2015