To apply for a work permit you must have a job offer from a Canadian employer in your skill area.
Usually a work permit is valid only for a specific job and length of time.
A work permit may be issued based on labour market opinion (HRSDC confirmation) or may be issued on the basis of other requirements.
HRSC: Human Resources and Social Development Canada, provide information to the case officers to enable them to determine whether the employment of foreign workers is likely to have a positive or negative impact on the labour market in Canada. HRSDC confirmation is generally required before the work permit is issued.
HRSDC confirmation will be organised by your employer and Visafirst.com.
HRSDC confirmation is usually given for a specific period of time and the work permit will be issued to coincide with this period. Renewal of a work permit beyond the specified period will require new HRSDC confirmation.
Visafirst.com have a job finding service that you can avail of to assist you find a job in your skill area in Canada.
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