We help in getting a positive LMIA in British Columbia to make qualifying job offers to foreigners
NTC Immigration provides all employers with relevant information on human resource management services to find the exact job match. Our database can be used to connect employers with people who have got immigration clearance to work in the nation.
In most cases, employers wishing to hire a foreign national must register with Employment and Social Development Canada’s (ESDC) Job Bank and post their employment ad for a minimum of 30 days. If a Canadian or permanent resident is not found, employers can extend their job ad and broaden their candidate search to include foreign workers. If a qualified foreign national is found, the employer can then apply for a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) in British Columbia. The employer must apply for an LMIA in order to hire overseas candidates.
ESDC will assess all LMIA applications. In most cases, employers will need a positive LMIA to make a qualifying job offer to all overseas staffs under Express Entry. The Express Entry candidate chooses to apply for a job opportunity; the beneficiary employer will then be required to go through their standard interview or appraisal process. If the employer finds that candidate meets their requirements, and they are eligible to hire an overseas candidate, they can offer an employer.
Employers with a positive LMIA will provide this information along with a job offer letter to the candidate to include in their Express Entry profile.