Working in Canada in most cases requires a Worker to obtain a Work Permit to enter Canada and proceed with employment. Depending on your country of origin there may be alternative reciprocal programs such as NAFTA that allows for simpler applications. Spouses of work permit holders are also eligible for an Open Work permit which is valid for the same duration of the Primary Applicants Permit. An important note: Anyone applying for a work permit must be in possession of a Valid LMIA, or the job must be an exempt job on the NOC list. This application service enlists ICL Immigration team to apply for a Work Permit on your behalf. The fees include the Goverment of Canada Permit and Biometric fees that are applicatble when applying, however it does not include an associated fees for sending documents in for Visa issuance, potential Police Clearances, and or Medical Examinations that could be requested by the Visa Officer. This service also does NOT gaurantee the approval of a Work Permit, as that is solely at the discretion of the Visa Officer who processes the application at the time of submission, and is based on your qualifying criteria. We will advise clients of all the requirements before any applications are submitted.
Work Permit Application (per person)
Regardless of the outcomes, the only fees that would be deemed refundable if a visa application is refused, would be the associated government visa fees that would be refunded.