Let’s have a closer look at the Temporary Foreign Worker (TFW) Program.
This program is a Government instrument through which Canadian employers can bring Foreign Workers to Canada or to hire those already in Canada in order to fill a temporary labour shortage. This program can be sought by a Canadian Employer for up to 4 years.
Foreign workers who have already obtained employment in Canada and whose existing job contract with another employer is expiring may be hired.
The requisites are:
Any employer cannot outrightly hire a worker under Temporary Foreign Worker Program without first qualifying from certain criteria and requirements set forth by law.
A labor market opinion (LMO) is usually required of a Canadian employer to hire foreign workers, subject to the exception of certain jobs that do not require an LMO. An LMO can be obtained from Service Canada for the following:
As an employer, you may bring foreign workers to Canada in four (4) steps.
The skilled immigration lawyers at Niren and Associates have been processing permits and visas for Canadian employers on behalf of foreign workers for over 15 years. Contact us today and let us help you take the guesswork out of this immigration process.
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