CANADA WORK PERMIT VISA

The Temporary Foreign Worker Program or TFWP is a program of the Government of Canada to allow employers in Canada to hire foreign nationals. When the program started in 1973, most of the workers brought in were high-skill workers such as specialist doctors. In 2002 a “low-skilled workers” category was added; this category now makes up most of the temporary foreign workforce. In 2006, the program was expanded and fast-tracking introduced for some locations. It was revised again in 2013, raising wages, charging employer fees, and removing the accelerated applications.

The total number of TFW more than doubled between 1993 and 2013, to 338,189 workers. Between 2006 and 2014, more than 500,000 workers (referred to under the program as Temporary Foreign Workers or TFWs) were brought into Canada under the program. In 2013 there were 338,000 foreign workers in Canada.

The total number of TFW more than doubled between 1993 and 2013, to 338,189 workers. Between 2006 and 2014, more than 500,000 workers (referred to under the program as Temporary Foreign Workers or TFWs) were brought into Canada under the program. In 2013 there were 338,000 foreign workers in Canada.

For an employer to hire a Temporary Foreign Worker or for a TFW to work in a company they started in Canada, they may need to obtain an LMIA. An LMIA stands for Labour Market Impact Assessment. A positive LMIA or a confirmation letter grants permission to the employer who proves that there is a need for a foreign worker to fill the job as no Canadian worker is available and that such hiring will not negatively impact the Canadian labour market.

FRAUD WARNING:

If you are victim of Canada Work Permit / Job / Employment Visa here in Bangladesh. You can verify your Work Permit Letter (LAMIA) by sending an email to Canadian High Commission, Singapore. The contact details are provided below:

The Canadian High Commission
Address: One George Street, #11-01, Singapore 049145
Telephone: (65)-6854-5900
Fax: (65)-6854-5930
Email: spore@international.gc.ca

Can-Am Immigration does not deal any work permit to any country in the world.
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