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Canadian Temporary Work Permit

About the Canadian Temporary Work Permit

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What is a Canadian Temporary Work Permit?

A Canadian Temporary Work Permit is for those foreign workers who plan on working in Canada for a finite period of time. To work and live in Canada on a permanent basis, foreign workers must undertake the Canadian permanent residence process. However, a temporary work permit may be a stepping stone to Canadian permanent residence. Once in Canada on a temporary work permit, a foreign worker may qualify for Canadian permanent residence under the Canadian Experience Class (CEC), through a Skilled Worker category, or through one of the Provincial Nominee Programs.

How to Obtain a Canadian Temporary Work Permit?

In order to be granted a temporary work permit, Canadian employers will need to provide foreign workers either an approval from Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) or an Offer of Employment number issued by Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

We are in contact with Canadian employers looking for foreign workers. A temporary work permit can be the first step to your Canadian permanent residency.

If you have solid employment experience, in the following fields, and strong proficiency in English or French languages, we will be glad to represent you in your Canadian immigration project:

  • Administrative support
  • Aeronautic industry
  • Agriculture, forestry, fishing/hunting
  • Arts, entertainment and recreation
  • Cleaning services
  • Computer systems managers
  • Construction
  • Cultural industries
  • Educational services
  • Engineering
  • Environment
  • Fashion industry
  • Finance and insurance
  • Food/Restaurants services
  • Health care
  • Heavy equipment operator
  • Hotel industry
  • IT
  • Management
  • Manufacturing
  • Mechanic jobs
  • Mining
  • Oil and Gas
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Programmers and developers in interactive media
  • Professionals
  • Security
  • Software engineers and designers
  • Transportation
  • Truck driver
  • Veterinary services
  • Warehousing
  • Waste management
  • Web designer
  • Wholesaling trade
  • Wood, pulp & paper processing operator

How to get started?

The first step towards a potential match with a Canadian employer is to submit your e-CV. Your credentials will be added to our pool of candidates seeking job opportunities in Canada. If we identify a job opportunity that matches your profile and work experience, we will reach out to you.

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