Employer Services

Immigration Care offers tailored Immigration Solutions to organizations employing or interested in employing foreign nationals. Available services:

  • Short and long term planning advice 
  • Access to a foreign resume database 
  • Introductions to international recruiters
  • Tracking and responding to expiry and renewal dates of all permits
  • Preparing and submitting Labour Market Impact Assessments, work permit and permanent residency applications 
  • Identifying applicable exemptions
  • Liaising with respective authorities 
  • Liaising with professional and regulatory bodies
  • Presentations to employers and/or (foreign) employees
  • One-on-one sessions with employees on individual immigration matters
Immigration Employer Services

Tailored Immigration Solution Packages

Our Solution packages can include a full service offering in which all immigration facets are cared for, ad hoc advice on specific issues or (back up) support to employers handling immigration matters internally. The packages are generally based on time spent or on piece-based consultations. 

Contact Immigration Care to find out which solution may work for your organization.

Industries serviced

Immigration Care specializes in serving the following industries:

  • Agriculture & Horticulture
  • Construction
  • Manufacturing
  • Education
  • Professional services
  • Food & beverage

Labour Market Impact Assessments (LMIA)

A positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA), formerly know as LMO, is issued when Service Canada has provided permission to an employer to hire a foreign national for a specified position. Canadian employers are required to proof that no suitable Canadians or permanent residents are available to fill the position. When assessing an LMIA application officers assess whether: efforts have been made to recruit or train Canadians, the prevailing wage rate for the region is met, if any labour disputes may be adversely affected and if a foreign worker will fill a labour shortage, transfer skills/knowledge to Canadians and/or will lead to job creation or retention.

High Skilled or Low/Semi Skilled

National Occupational Classification (NOC) codes categorize positions into: NOC 0, A, B, C and D. 0, A, B are skilled positions, typically managerial positions and positions for which a post secondary education is required.

When hiring low/semi skilled workers the employer is responsible for paying return air fare and providing access to reasonable accommodation. Noteable is also that they have limited options for permanent residency in Canada. 

Immigration Employer Services
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