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Work Permit

Navigate Your Path to Canadian Employment

Seeking employment opportunities in Canada? iTook Immigration is here to guide you through the process of obtaining a Canadian Work Permit. Our team of experts is well-versed in the various types of work permits and the specific requirements set by Canadian immigration laws, ensuring a smooth and compliant application process.

Understanding Canadian Work Permit Requirements

Navigating the requirements for a Canadian Work Permit is a crucial step in seeking employment in Canada. At iTook Immigration, we emphasize the importance of understanding these requirements to ensure a smooth application process. Canadian work permits are categorized primarily into two types: open work permits and employer-specific work permits, each with its own set of criteria and purposes.

Open Work Permits

General Eligibility:

Open work permits allow you to work for any employer in Canada without a confirmed job offer at the time of applying.

Applicant Categories:

These permits are typically issued under specific circumstances, such as to international students who have graduated from a Canadian institution, participants of special programs like the Working Holiday Visa, or spouses of skilled workers or international students.


An open work permit provides the flexibility to work anywhere in Canada and change employers without the need to apply for a new permit.

Employer-Specific Work Permits

Tied to a Specific Employer:

Unlike open work permits, these are linked to a specific employer and job. The permit will state the name of the employer you can work for, how long you can work, and, in some cases, the location of the work.

Job Offer Requirements:

To obtain this permit, you typically need a job offer from a Canadian employer. The offer should meet various criteria, such as wage standards and working conditions comparable to Canadian standards.

Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA):

In many cases, your Canadian employer might need to obtain an LMIA to hire you. This assessment verifies that there is a need for a foreign worker and that no Canadians are available to do the job.

Common Requirements for Both Types

We guide our clients through these varied requirements, ensuring they understand the specifics of their situation and the type of work permit that best suits their needs.

Eligibility Criteria:

Irrespective of the type of work permit, applicants must meet certain eligibility criteria, including proving that they will leave Canada when their work permit expires, showing that they have enough funds to support themselves and their family members during their stay and to return home, having no record of criminal activity, and not being a danger to Canada's security.

Health Examinations:

Some applicants might be required to undergo a medical examination, especially if their intended occupation is in health services or they have lived in certain countries prior to their application.

Compliance with Canadian Laws:

Applicants must demonstrate that they have obeyed the law and have no immigration-related convictions.

Streamlined Process

At iTook Immigration, our focus on streamlining the immigration process is designed to provide an efficient, clear, and hassle-free experience for our clients, in full accordance with Canadian immigration laws and guidelines.

Efficient Application Handling:

We have established a streamlined process that efficiently manages each stage of the immigration application. This includes a thorough initial assessment, organized document collection, meticulous application preparation, and timely submission. Our efficient handling is aimed at reducing delays and increasing the likelihood of a successful outcome.

Simplifying Complex Procedures:

Canadian immigration procedures can be complex and daunting. We simplify these procedures for our clients by breaking down each step into manageable parts and providing clear, understandable guidance. This simplification helps clients to stay informed and engaged throughout their immigration journey.

Use of Technology:

Leveraging technology, we've automated parts of our process where possible. This includes online forms for initial assessments, digital document submissions, and an online portal where clients can track the progress of their applications. These technological tools not only make the process more efficient but also more accessible for clients.

Regular Updates and Communication:

Keeping clients informed is a key part of our streamlined process. We provide regular updates on the status of applications and any relevant changes in Canadian immigration law that might impact their case. This proactive communication ensures that clients are never in the dark about where they stand in the immigration process.

Minimizing Errors and Delays:

Our expertise and attention to detail in application preparation help minimize errors that can lead to delays or rejections. By ensuring that applications are complete and accurate before submission, we aim to streamline the process for a smooth experience.

Collaborative Approach with Clients:

We work closely with our clients throughout the process, involving them in key decisions and preparations. This collaborative approach ensures that the client’s input is considered at every step, making the process more personalized and client-centric.

Understand your work purpose and assess eligibility for a Canadian work permit.

Assistance with compiling and verifying all necessary documents to support your LMIA and application.

We meticulously prepare and submit your work permit application, ensuring accuracy and completeness.

Our team closely monitors your application status and provides timely updates.
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