R Immigrations Services Inc.

LMIA Assistance for Employers

At R Immigration Services Inc., we understand the challenges employers face when seeking to hire foreign workers to fill job vacancies in their businesses. One of the crucial requirements for hiring a foreign worker is obtaining a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). Our team of experts is here to guide and support employers throughout the LMIA process, ensuring a streamlined experience that aligns with Canadian immigration laws and regulations.

Our LMIA Assistance Services

Pre-LMIA Consultation

Before starting the LMIA application process, our team will conduct a thorough consultation to understand your business's needs and assess the job position you wish to fill with a foreign worker. We will provide guidance on the requirements and qualifications needed for the LMIA application and offer insights into the likelihood of a successful outcome.

Job Advertisement and Recruitment

A critical component of the LMIA process is demonstrating that no Canadian citizen or permanent resident is available to fill the job position. Our team will assist you in creating a compliant job advertisement and guide you through the recruitment process, ensuring that you meet the necessary advertising and recruitment requirements.

LMIA Application Preparation and Submission

Our experts will work closely with you to gather the required documents and information for a complete and accurate LMIA application. We will ensure that your application meets the criteria set by Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) and submit it on your behalf, along with the required fees.

Post-LMIA Support

Once your LMIA application is approved, our team will guide you and the foreign worker through the next steps, including obtaining a work permit and ensuring a smooth transition for the worker to start their employment in Canada.

Why Choose R Immigration Services Inc. for LMIA Assistance

  • Expertise: Our team of certified professionals has extensive experience assisting employers with LMIA applications and navigating the complex Canadian immigration system.
  • Personalized Service: We understand that each business is unique, and we tailor our services to meet your specific needs and requirements.
  • Up-to-Date Knowledge: As members of the College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants (CICC), we stay current with the latest immigration laws, policies, and regulations, ensuring that our clients receive accurate and up-to-date information.
  • Commitment to Success: We are dedicated to helping employers successfully navigate the LMIA process and hire the foreign workers they need to grow and thrive.

Contact R Immigration Services Inc., Today!

If you’re an employer looking for expert assistance with the LMIA process, our team at R Immigration Services Inc. is here to help. Contact us today to learn more about our LMIA Assistance services and start your journey towards hiring the skilled foreign workers your business needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

The LMIA process involves assessing the impact of hiring a foreign worker on the Canadian labour market. Employers must submit an application to Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC), demonstrating that they have made efforts to recruit Canadian or permanent resident workers and that hiring a foreign worker will not negatively impact the Canadian labour market.

To obtain an LMIA, employers must demonstrate that the job offer is genuine, that they have made efforts to recruit Canadian or permanent resident workers, and that hiring a foreign worker will not negatively impact the Canadian labour market. Employers must also pay a processing fee and comply with other requirements as outlined by the Canadian government.

Processing times for LMIA applications vary depending on the type of application, the location of the employer, and the volume of applications being processed. Generally, it takes between two to six months to process an LMIA application.

In certain cases, employers may be exempt from obtaining an LMIA, such as when the foreign worker is exempt from obtaining a work permit or when the employer is hiring a highly-skilled foreign worker under the Global Talent Stream.