Are you a Canadian interested in hiring a foreign worker? Or are you interested in working in Canada on a temporary work permit?
Whether you are a foreign national who wants to work in Canada, or you are a Canadian employer seeking to hire a foreign worker, Anchor Law is here to help. If you want to come to Canada as a temporary worker, we can tell you if you are eligible for a work permit, and if you are, we can guide you through the entire application process.
For Canadian employers, we can advise whether you need a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) to hire a foreign worker.
If an LMIA is required, Anchor Law will lead you through the maze of regulations associated with it and minimize the risk or rejection.
How Anchor Law Can Help
How we can help you move to Canada for work.
Work Permit Applications
Are you thinking of starting the application process and need some guidance? Or maybe you have already started gathering the necessary documents and ran into some obstacles?
“Working Holiday” Applications
Depending on your citizenship, you may be eligible to come to Canada and work for a certain period of time. Do you need help confirming that you are eligible?
Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA)
Applications for Employers
Are you trying to hire a foreign worker, but are struggling with the LMIA process? Are you looking for advice on how to navigate the regulatory puzzle?
Border Packages for a Work Permit
Request at a Border Crossing
Are you requesting a work permit at a border crossing and are putting together an application package?
“People often assume that they can work in Canada on the basis of a job offer. While this is true for some categories of workers it is often not the case. Understanding whether a potential employer first needs authorisation from the Government of Canada to hire a foreign worker is crucial.”