New Beginnings Immigration

Work Permit In Canada: Expert Consulting For Your Career Journey

Welcome to New Beginnings Immigration (NBI), where your Canadian work aspirations transform into reality. Under the guidance of Mary Ann Go, we specialize in navigating the complex landscape of obtaining a work permit in Canada.

Work Permit Guide in Canada

Navigating the Canadian work permit process can be daunting, but it’s a critical step towards your dream of working in Canada. At NBI, we simplify this journey. Whether you’re a skilled worker, a business person, or a temporary worker, our team has the expertise to guide you through the intricacies of acquiring a Canadian work permit. We stay updated on the latest immigration policies and procedures to ensure your application stands the best chance of success.

Work Permit in Canada

Expert Guidance from Mary Ann Go

Mary Ann Go, the founder and heart of New Beginnings Immigration, brings a wealth of knowledge and personal experience to Canadian immigration services. Her expertise is not just in understanding the law but in understanding people their dreams, challenges, and aspirations.

Mary Ann’s approach is tailored to each individual, ensuring that every client receives a personalized strategy for their immigration journey.

Our Service Portfolio

NBI work permit services are comprehensive and designed to address a variety of needs:

  1. Assessment of Eligibility: This service involves evaluating potential clients’ backgrounds, qualifications, and specific circumstances to determine their eligibility for a Canadian work permit. It’s the first step in the consulting process, ensuring clients pursue the correct permit category.

  2. Application Preparation and Submission: This is a comprehensive service where your team assists clients in preparing and submitting their work permit applications. It includes ensuring that all forms are correctly filled out, necessary documents are gathered, and the application is submitted following Canadian immigration requirements.

  3. Guidance on Compliance and Regulations: This service provides clients with information and advice on how to remain compliant with Canadian immigration laws and work permit regulations. It’s about educating clients on their rights and responsibilities as foreign workers in Canada.

  4. Support Through the Entire Process: From the initial consultation until the work permit is received (and sometimes even beyond), this service ensures clients have continuous support and guidance. It could include answering queries, providing updates on application status, and offering assistance with any challenges that arise during the immigration process.

Types of Canadian Work Permits

Navigating the Canadian work permit landscape can be complex, but understanding the various types available is crucial for finding the right fit for your professional aspirations. Here’s a closer look at the different types of work permits offered in Canada:

1. Open Work Permits:

  • Description: An open work permit allows you to work for any employer in Canada, except for those companies that fail to comply with certain conditions or are involved in services like escort services, erotic massage, or exotic dancing.
  • Ideal for: Individuals who want flexibility in their employment options in Canada, such as spouses of some temporary foreign workers or permanent resident applicants.

2. Employer-Specific Work Permits:

  • Description: These permits are tied to a specific employer. They state the name of the employer you can work for, how long you can work, and, if applicable, the location where you can work.
  • Ideal for: Workers who have a job offer from a Canadian employer and are usually accompanied by a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA).

3. Post-Graduation Work Permits (PGWP):

  • Description: This permit allows students who have graduated from eligible Canadian higher education institutions to gain Canadian work experience.
  • Ideal for: Recent graduates from Canadian institutions looking to acquire work experience in Canada, which can be a stepping stone to permanent residency.

4. International Experience Canada (IEC):

  • Description: The IEC provides youth with the opportunity to travel and work in Canada. It includes categories like Working Holiday, Young Professionals, and International Co-op Internships.
  • Ideal for: Youth aged 18-35 (age varies by country) from countries with a bilateral youth mobility agreement with Canada.

5. Bridging Open Work Permit (BOWP):

  • Description: This permit is for individuals who are currently working in Canada and have applied for permanent residence in certain categories like the Federal Skilled Worker Program or Canadian Experience Class.
  • Ideal for: Temporary workers awaiting the decision on their permanent residence application and wishing to continue working in Canada.

6. Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program (SAWP):

  • Description: Specifically designed for seasonal workers in the agricultural sector.
  • Ideal for: Temporary foreign workers coming to Canada to work in agriculture during peak planting or harvest times.

Why Mary Ann Go

Choosing Mary Ann Go and her team at NBI means:

  • Personalized Attention: Every client’s journey is unique, and we offer tailored advice and solutions.
  • Expert Knowledge: Mary Ann’s extensive experience in Canadian immigration law ensures you’re in capable hands.
  • Commitment to Success: Our goal is your successful entry into the Canadian workforce.

Contact Us

Begin your work journey in Canada with guidance from the best in the field. Reach out to Best Immigration consultant for advice and comprehensive support:

With Mary Ann Go and the NBI team, your path to obtaining a Canadian work permit is clear and within reach.

At New Beginnings Immigration, our proficiency in Canadian work permits particularly shines in aiding intra-company transferees through Canada’s Express Entry system. These professionals, exempt from the Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) under exemption code C12, play a crucial role in contributing to Canada’s economy with their expertise.

Our specialization also encompasses individuals under LMIA exemption code T24, applicable to citizens from countries with Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) with Canada, such as those involved in NAFTA, USMCA, and agreements with nations like South Korea, Jordan and Colombia.

Additionally, the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) has expanded opportunities for business visitors and foreign workers, furthering our scope to facilitate their entry into Canada. If you’re an intra-company transferee seeking to navigate the Express Entry pathway, New Beginnings Immigration offers comprehensive support and guidance to ensure a smooth and successful transition.

For tailored assistance, contact us at [email protected], and start your confident journey to Canada with us.

Looking to transfer to a Canadian branch of your company? New Beginnings Immigration can help make it happen.

Contact us today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards your new beginning.