If the LMO is Positive
Service Canada will issue an employment confirmation, and you will receive a response in writing which you should forward to the foreign worker along with a copy of a signed job offer and employment contract (if applicable).
The foreign worker can then proceed to apply for a work permit either at a visa office abroad, a port of entry, or from within Canada if legally permitted to do so.
Note that a positive LMO does not guarantee that a work permit will be issued to the foreign worker. Visa and Border Services officers can refuse work permit applications and entry to Canada if they determine that the foreign worker does not meet the qualifications required by the LMO or is otherwise inadmissible to Canada.
If the LMO is Negative
Service Canada will inform you in writing of a negative decision. If you disagree with the Service Canada decision and you have new information that may affect the decision, you may submit this information to the Service Canada Centre indicated in your refusal letter. Your request will then be re-assessed, taking into account any new information you have submitted.
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