Life in Canada promises a chance at a better life. Every year thousands of people move to Canada in the hope of working there and living the dream. Let us help you fulfill your dream. Canadian work permits allow individuals abroad to fill the gaps in the Canadian workforce. If you wish to immigrate to Canada and to work, you will require a work permit.
This work permit may also allow an applicant to receive permanent residency in the long run. Obtaining this work permit requires meticulous filing and even a minor mistake in the filing requirements could cause the applicant to give up on his dream.
This is why you need an experienced immigration professional in your corner. Help us help you.
Canada is the dream destination for several hopeful immigrants across the world. To work in Canada, one needs a Canadian Work Permit. A work visa in Canada is for foreign workers who want to enter the thriving Canadian Marketplace to meet the demands of employers where there is a skills shortage and for those who cannot fill the many open positions.
Work permits are available to individuals with a variety of educational and work experience backgrounds. Work permits can be utilized by both full-time and part-time workers, such as students.
In order to maximize your chances of procuring a work permit, ensure that you work with a qualified attorney.
Our collective experience of 30 years has helped us see that many Canadian Visitor Visas are rejected because the right questions were not addressed.
Here are some important questions you may want to ask your immigration consultant
The lawyers at EEP provide legal representation tailored to your individual situation. Our expertise focuses on immigration and visa programs for Canada and the United States.
Partnering with our award-winning immigration team greatly increases the likelihood of achieving your specific immigration or visa goals. Immigration is a complex process that requires strong legal strategy, precise paperwork, and attention to detail. This reduces the risk of wasted time, money, or permanent rejection.
Begin with our one-minute online assessment form or call us at +1 (431) 264-0786.
We have a dedicated team of licensed professionals standing by; ready to answer your immigration and visa questions. Book a personal consultation to speak with an award-winning immigration lawyer over the phone, on Skype, or in-person at our Winnipeg office.