Closed Work Permits
Closed work permits only allow you to work for a specific employer.
For many, this means the Canadian employment requires Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). A positive LMIA demonstrates that there were no qualifying candidates in Canada for the job - this means the Canadian employer can now hire foreign workers.
Without a positive LMIA, the employer will not be able to offer you a job, even if you are fully qualified.
Open Work Permits
Open work permits allows you the freedom to work almost anywhere in Canada. You do not need an LMIA or a job offer.
Examples of Open Work Permit Applicants:
Permanent Resident Applicants
Spouse of Worker or Student
How We Can Help
At Vitti Immigration Law PC, we guide you through each step of the process, ensuring that you compile a strong and convicting application.
For many of our clients, the ability to work and generate an income cannot be overstated.
Work permits are often the first step in one's journey to become a permanent resident so it's important you start your journey on the right foot.
To get started, contact us below or book a consultation.