Work Visa

A Canadian work visa opens the doors to new job opportunities in a vibrant and diverse market. At our consultancy, we specialize in supporting individuals like you in navigating the intricacies of various Canadian work visas. We understand that your situation is unique, and we're dedicated to providing personalized solutions tailored to your specific needs.

At our consultancy, we recognize the diverse range of individuals seeking Canadian work visas, including those involved in charitable or religious work, as well as vulnerable workers. We understand the importance of providing support and guidance tailored to the unique circumstances and needs of these individuals.

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    Charity and Religious Workers

    Canada acknowledges the important contributions made by people involved in charitable and religious activities, in keeping with its commitment to diversity and inclusiveness. The government offers opportunities for foreign nationals to engage in these activities by way of special immigration policies tailored to the particulars of these kinds of endeavors. The International Mobility Program (IMP) or the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) frequently handle immigration cases involving charitable and religious workers.

    Vulnerable Workers

    In Canada, vulnerable workers constitute a segment of the labour force that are more prone to exploitation, discrimination, and unsafe working conditions. This group often includes individuals employed in risky jobs, contractual positions, or those lacking job security, making them more obvious to various forms of workplace abuse. Vulnerable workers also includes new immigrants to the Canada, particularly those facing the difficulty of the Canadian labour market for the first time. Understanding and addressing the challenges incurred by this group is crucial for encouraging a comprehensive and fair work environment.

    When it comes to visiting Canada, there are different types of visas that cater to various purposes and circumstances.

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    Temporary Work Permit

    Canada's Temporary Work Permit program introduces various categories made to meet specific circumstances and the diverse needs of both employers and foreign workers. One important category is the Employer-Specific Work Permit, that allows employees to work for a designated employer and position........

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    International Mobility Program (IMP)

    Canada's International Mobility Program (IMP) stands provide a flexible and dynamic platform for foreign workers and employers. This program facilitates the entry of foreign nationals into the Canadian labour market. The International Mobility Program cover a range of work permits. Among these is the Open Work.......

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    Global Talent Stream

    Canada's Global Talent Stream (GTS) is a specialized immigration program aimed at the entry of highly skilled foreign workers into the Canadian labour market. This initiative operates under the broader framework of the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) and the International Mobility Program (IMP).......

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    Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)

    Canada's Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) is a regional immigration initiative that allows individual provinces and territories to nominate candidates for permanent residence based on specific local economic and demographic needs. This program is a crucial component of Canada's overall immigration strategy........

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    Spousal Work Permit

    A Spousal Work Permit in Canada is a valuable immigration benefit that allows the spouses or common- law partners of certain temporary foreign workers and international students to seek employment during their stay in the country. This initiative is part of Canada's commitment to promoting family reconcile and ensuring.......

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    Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP)

    The Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) is an important immigration benefit in Canada, designed to help overseas students integrate into the Canadian economy after they finish their studies. This work visa enables qualifying graduates to get significant Canadian job experience, therefore improving...........

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    International Experience Canada (IEC)

    International Experience Canada (IEC) provides young individuals with the exciting opportunity to live and work in Canada for up to 2 years through three distinct categories: Working Holiday, Young Professionals, and International Co-op (Internship). Citizens of partner........

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    Bridging Open Work Permit (BOWP)

    The Bridging Open Work Permit (BOWP) lets foreign workers in Canada continue working while waiting for a decision on their permanent residency application. To qualify, one should already have applied for permanent residency and hold a valid work permit........

    Why Growing Globe Immigration?

    Our consultancy is committed to providing you with comprehensive guidance throughout the Canadian work visa application process, whether it involves an LMIA or falls under an LMIA-exempt category.

    We understand the importance of your career aspirations and the impact that working in Canada can have on your professional growth

    Our team of experienced consultants will work closely with you, offering personalized support and guidance.

    Together, we'll transform your dreams into reality, helping you embark on a rewarding career adventure in Canada. Also talk about charity and religious workers and vulnerable workers

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                New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program

                The New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NBPNP) is for those looking forward to immigrate to New Brunswick, Canada. It's a special program designed to fit the unique needs of the province and helps individuals become permanent residents.

                What makes the NBPNP interesting is that it has different "streams" or ways for people with various skills and experiences to apply. The Express Entry Labour Market Stream is for skilled workers with jobs in demand in New Brunswick. The Skilled Workers with Employer Support Stream is for those who already have a job offer from a local employer.

                Family reunification is a key part of the program, and the Family Support Worker Stream lets New Brunswick residents sponsor close family members who have the skills needed for specific jobs in the province.

                Entrepreneurs and business enthusiasts have their own path through the Entrepreneurial Stream, designed for those wanting to start or buy a business in New Brunswick. This not only contributes to the local economy but also creates job opportunities.

                The program is a way for the province to attract individuals with valuable skills, making a positive impact on the local community. As people go through the NBPNP, they not only find a way to become permanent residents but also become a vital part of New Brunswick's growth and prosperity. This program inviting for individuals to contribute to the success and development of New Brunswick.