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LMO Work Visa Refused and then Approved!

I want to thank the team of Niren and Associates for guiding me throughout my entire application process for both my LMO and Work Permit, even with all the changes and adjustments done to Canadian immigration laws they were able to provide me with accurate information, updated documents and address all my questions and concerns in a timely manner.

My employer did my LMO first and it was refused.

Niren and Associates re-applied for me and it was approved!! Furthermore they were right on the money at the time of estimating the time of arrival of every document, which helped me a lot in order to plan ahead and continue with the next step of the process. They are up to date with the ever changing environment in the laws of immigration and are quick at assessing a client’s situation no matter how difficult it may be, I would definitely recommend them to anyone who wishes or is in need of any legal advice.



Thank you for your kinds words Romoulo. Good luck in your new job in Canada! Michael Niren


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About Michael Niren

Michael is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section and the Associate Member of the American Bar Association. Read more

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2 thoughts on “LMO Work Visa Refused and then Approved!

  1. Shela Mandap


    I’d like to seek your help what will happen to my application if all the positions in the LMO have been filled already and my application is still ongoing? Will the Canadian embassy consider it?


    1. Michael Niren

      I am not sure what you mean by “all the postions for LMO being filled” . Your application will be approved or refused depending on the merits of your own case


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