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Work in Canada

If you’re looking for an opportunity to work in Canada and see more of the world whilst making yourself useful, Limma Travel & Tour have a range of overseas work available covering major cities in Canada. Whether you see yourself teaching Spanish/Chinese, working in hospitality, a summer camp or as a volunteer, the variety of opportunities we have on offer means we really do have something for everyone on our work abroad programs.

Why Work in

Canada offers many job opportunities in various exciting fields. This has led to many immigrants choosing to work in Canada with the promise of fair salaries and excellent quality of life. Canadians are hardworking people who are dedicated and passionate about what they do, so if you are qualified and hoping to immigrate, the good news is that Canada is looking for people like YOU. 

The Essentials: Live and work in Canada

The essential ingredients for your work in Canada experience heavily depend on what you want to do, and where you’re going. First of all, you’ll need to organize the correct passport and visa.  The next step is finding somewhere to live. If you’re moving to a new country to work, the best idea is to spend a month or so in a hotel until you find the right place. Many of our work, study, teaching and volunteering programs however, include accommodation, so you’ll be able to bed down from day one with your fully furnished accommodation. If you are not a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, you need a work permit to work legally in Canada. In general, you need to apply for a work permit from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) or a Canadian visa office before you come to Canada.
Working in Canada is an attractive option for many skilled foreign workers from all over the world. Each year, close to 200,000 foreign skilled workers come to work in Canada on Temporary Canadian Work Permits. There is no reason why this cannot be you too!

In order to work in Canada on a temporary basis, foreign skilled workers must have a temporary offer of employment from a Canadian employer and be granted a Temporary  Foreign Worker Permit by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada. If you or a family member are applying for a PR card, you can also apply via an ‘Open Work’ permit, and if you are American or Mexican, you can fast track the working visa process via the NAFTA agreement.

If you are looking for a job, certain positions in Canada may require a person to know their National Occupation Classification Code (NOC Code). This code is used to classify all types of employment by Canadian standards.

There are four basic steps to getting a temporary Canadian Work Visa:

  • Employer applies for Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIAs), (if necessary)
  • Employer extends temporary job offer to foreign workers
  • Foreign skilled worker applies for work permit
  • Work permit is issued

Why Hire Us to Help You With
Your Work Visa Applications

We have helped hundreds of people worldwide successfully enter Canada on a work permit, and we are very certain we can help you too. No one can guarantee an approval (not even us), but we are confident with our years of experience and current success rate that we can significantly increase your chances at a positive outcome for your case.

Why Seeking Professional Help for Work Visas is Important

Often, employment and business opportunities are time sensitive and for that reason having a legal representative in Canada with expertise in the area of work permits is the most efficient way to proceed. For work permits, there is a higher risk of refusal in cases where the application is not properly prepared. The standards are very high. The documentation and processes involved in successfully obtaining a work permit are complex and usually require legal expertise. You are also not guaranteed a work visa renewal if you have received one before. Legal representation will better your case to ensure a renewal for Canadian work visa. It is recommended that you seek professional immigration help to consult with your particular case. Many professional immigration law offices will help people from all around the world without the need for a face-to-face interview or consultation. These agencies use online tools such as video chat, phone calls, and email to speak with those looking for help obtaining a visa.


June 01 at 09:00 am

16 London St, Paddington, London

June 01 at 09:00 am

16 London St, Paddington, London

June 01 at 09:00 am

16 London St, Paddington, London