Project Description

Work in Canada

Foreign nationals may not work in Canada unless authorized. A Canadian work permit is a document that allows foreign nationals to work in Canada. There are several types of Canadian work permits. Broadly, they can be divided into two (2) categories.

There are several ways to come to Canada for work. Your nationality is a major deciding factor in how easy or difficult it is for you come to Canada and work. For example, if your country has an agreement with Canada or you use a recognized organization, you may be eligible under the International Experience Canada. Further, North American Free Trade Agreement may also be an option to explore if you qualify. Also, there are other programs such as post graduate work permit, closed work permit based on LMIA, Intra-company transfer etc.

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Why YCI for Your Study Permit Application

  • All immigration services including application submissions are provided by members of The College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants (CICC), formerly ICCRC, authorized by Canadian immigration law
  • No hidden fees; all terms, conditions, payments and service details in the study permit pricing will be clearly outlined in the retainer agreement before you pay
  • All fees are in Canadian Dollars (No USD billing) and YCI follows the Bank of Canada exchange rates for currency conversions, where applicable
  • YCI takes your privacy and information very seriously and will not use your identifiable details for marketing and promotions (we do not post your visa photo on social media)
  • At YCI, we will help you in getting your application documented properly giving you a stronger foundation for future immigration applications including extensions, work permits, PR and citizenship

YCI Service Fee

The fee listed below is for applying alone without any dependent family members and and does not include DLI and IRCC fees. If you are applying with dependent family members (spouse and/or children), please add $500 for each adult (18yrs+) family member and $100 for each minor child.

Clients with Past DLI Admission by YCI May Qualify for YCI LOA Credit
ADMISSION BY YCI
REGULAR WP FEE
  • Consultation Credit
  • Document Checklist

    Document Checklist
  • Document Samples

    Document Samples
  • Immigration Forms

    Immigration Forms
  • Submission Letter

    Submission Letter
  • Supporting Letters

    Supporting Letters
  • Quick Connects
  • Authorized Representation
  • Dedicated Client Portal
  • Secured Document Sharing

    Secured Document Sharing
  • Commissioning & Oaths
  • Completeness Check

    Completeness Check
  • Address Past Refusals

    Address Past Refusals
  • Comprehensive Review
  • ATIP/GCMS Notes

    ATIP/GCMS Notes
  • Consultation Credit
  • Document Checklist

    Document Checklist
  • Document Samples

    Document Samples
  • Immigration Forms

    Immigration Forms
  • Submission Letter

    Submission Letter
  • Supporting Letters

    Supporting Letters
  • Quick Connects
  • Authorized Representation

    Authorized Representation
  • Dedicated Client Portal
  • Secured Document Sharing

    Secured Document Sharing
  • Commissioning & Oaths
  • Completeness Check

    Completeness Check
  • Address Past Refusals

    Address Past Refusals
  • Comprehensive Review
  • ATIP/GCMS Notes

    ATIP/GCMS Notes
LIMITED
$499
  • Within 7 Days
  • Document Checklist

    General
  • Document Samples

  • Immigration Forms

    Review Only
  • Submission Letter

  • Supporting Letters

    Skim Through Only
  • Up to 2
  • Secured Document Sharing

  • Completeness Check

  • Address Past Refusals

  • ATIP/GCMS Notes

LIMITED
Not Applicable
  • Document Checklist

  • Document Samples

  • Immigration Forms

  • Submission Letter

  • Supporting Letters

  • Authorized Representation

  • Secured Document Sharing

  • Completeness Check

  • Address Past Refusals

  • ATIP/GCMS Notes

PRO
$799
  • Within 7 Days
  • Document Checklist

    Personalized
  • Document Samples

  • Immigration Forms

    Fill and Review
  • Submission Letter

  • Supporting Letters

    Review & Improve
  • As Required
  • Secured Document Sharing

  • As Required
  • Completeness Check

  • Address Past Refusals

  • ATIP/GCMS Notes

    As Required
PRO
$1199
  • Within 7 Days
  • Document Checklist

    Personalized
  • Document Samples

  • Immigration Forms

    Fill and Review
  • Submission Letter

  • Supporting Letters

    Review & Improve
  • As Required
  • Authorized Representation

  • Secured Document Sharing

  • As Required
  • Completeness Check

  • Address Past Refusals

  • ATIP/GCMS Notes

    As Required
PRO PLUS
$1099
  • Within 10 Days
  • Document Checklist

    Personalized
  • Document Samples

  • Immigration Forms

    Fill and Review
  • Submission Letter

  • Supporting Letters

    Review & Improve
  • As Required
  • Secured Document Sharing

  • As Required
  • Completeness Check

  • Address Past Refusals

  • ATIP/GCMS Notes

    As Required
PRO PLUS
$1499
  • Within 10 Days
  • Document Checklist

    Personalized
  • Document Samples

  • Immigration Forms

    Fill and Review
  • Submission Letter

  • Supporting Letters

    Review & Improve
  • As Required
  • Authorized Representation

  • Secured Document Sharing

  • As Required
  • Completeness Check

  • Address Past Refusals

  • ATIP/GCMS Notes

    As Required

Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA)

LMIA is a document that an employer may need before hiring a foreign worker in Canada. Labour Market Opinion (LMO) is an older term for the process. In short, LMIA and LMO refer to the same process.

Most importantly, a review of the application must determine that hiring a foreign national will have a positive or neutral effect on the Canadian job market. Further, the application must make it clear that no Canadian filled that position and had to offer this to a foreign national. To clarify, LMIA process varies depending on the wage of the position.

High Wage – wage above the provincial/territorial median wage is considered as the high wage.

Low Wage – wage below the median provincial/territorial wage is considered as low wage.

You can learn more about median wages for different provinces at the Employment and Social Development Canada website.