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Canadian Immigration: Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) Vidoes

Are you a foreign national who wants to work in Canada? If so, the employer must get a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) before hiring a foreign worker. Therefore, as the foreign national if you wish to work in Canada you should learn about the requirements and steps your future employer must take before considering to hire a foreign worker. Watching our Canadian Immigration videos below you will learn what steps the employer and the foreign worker must take before being eligible to work in Canada.

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Important Documents for LMIA Video

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Before applying for a work permit in Canada, most of the time you will also need to apply for a Labour Market Impact Assessment. It is essential that you submit the required documentation to successfully apply for the LMIA. Watch our video below on the most important documents you need to submit for your Labour Market Impact Assessment application.

Important Documents for LMIA Video

When you file a Labour Market Impact Assessment, also known as the LMIA, it is very important to submit the appropriate documentation and the documents must be created and compiled in the appropriate way. In this video, Ms. Akrami goes over the documents in detail and why they are important to submit. The documents being submitted for a Labour Market Impact Assessment will result in the arrival of a skilled foreign worker and may allow them to enter Canada through a work permit. Alternatively, quite the opposite can happen and the skilled foreign worker may not be allowed to come to Canada. The ultimate decision is made by Employment and Social Development Canada / Service Canada and they must be satisfied that there are no Canadian citizens or permanent residents available for the intended position. For more information and further explanation on the important documents for LMIA, continue watching this video in its entirety.

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Recruitment Efforts under Labour Market Impact Assessment

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Would you like to hire a temporary foreign worker but don't know where or how to start? There are many steps involved in the process of hiring a foreign worker. For example, the process of applying for a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). Additionally, there are certain steps that employers need to take even before they start their LMIA application process. Watch our video below on the Recruitment efforts under the Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) which includes a definition of what a LMIA is, the eligibility requirements for an LMIA, and much more.

LMIA Posting

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Are you an employer and looking to file an LMIA application? If so, watch our video on how a job postings looks like and what it needs to include to advertise the position to Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents prior to hiring a foreign worker. Also, find out your responsibilities as the employer to submit a successful Labour Market Assessment.

LMIA High Wages Video

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Are you an employer and looking into hiring a foreign worker to Canada? If so, the wage plays a large part in how the LMIA is filed. Watch our video to learn more about wage requirements and want you as the employer can do to make sure your Labour Market Impact Assessment application if filed successfully to Citizenship and Immigration Canada.

LMIA Document Checklist Video

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Depending on the type of Labour Market Impact Assessment you are applying for, there are a number of different requirements and supporting documents needed to be submitted. To learn more about the process of obtaining your own Labour Market Impact Assessment watch our video on LMIA document checklist to make sure you include all the necessary documentation for Citizenship and Immigration Canada.

LMIA Application Submission Questions To Ask Yourself Video

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Before submitting your application for a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA), there are a number of different factors to consider. Watch our video to learn more about the various questions you should be asking yourself as the employer before submitting your Labour Market Impact Assessment application to Citizenship and Immigration Canada. Watch our video to find out what they are.

LMIA Employer Transition Plan Video

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When applying for Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) the employers have to go through Employer Transition Plan. This requirement will ensure that businesses that rely on temporary foreign workers have a firm plan in place to transition to a Canadian workforce. Watch our video to learn more about the program and your responsibilities as the employer before hiring a foreign worker to Canada.

LMIA Postings Video

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Are you an employer and looking to file an LMIA application? If so, watch our video on how a job postings looks like and what it needs to include to advertise the position to Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents prior to hiring a foreign worker. Also, find out your responsibilities as the employer to submit a successful Labour Market Assessment.

Recruitment Efforts for High Skilled Occupations Video

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Do you need to a hire a foreign worker to Canada for high skilled occupation? Prior to hiring a foreign worker as the employer you need to put recruitment effort by offering the position to Canadian citizens or permanent residents first through advertisement. Watch our video to learn more on the recruitment efforts for high skilled occupations to obtain a positive Labour Market Assessment.

Foreign Worker Cap Video

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2015 has been the year of change for Canadian immigration regulation. Citizenship and Immigration Canada has a set four year limit for foreign nationals working in Canada. If you are temporary foreign worker and have reached your four year cumulative duration you will not be granted another work permit for Canada for up to four years. Watch our video on Foreign Worker Cap on what steps you can take to remain in Canada.

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