Expedite your Immigration Processing

Work Permit

Fast Ways to Obtain Canadian Immigration

A genuine job offer from a Canadian employer is one way to speed-up your entry to Canada. You can avoid long processing times for permanent resident application by finding employment in Canada. The starting point is a Canadian job offer. Once you have a job offer, you can consider the following options: Work Permit Pros

Work Permit Pros

Work permits are issued only for employment that is temporary. In some circumstances, work permits can be extended from inside Canada. Each year, Canada welcomes close to 100,000 foreign nationals who come to work in Canada. The fastest way to come to Canada is on a temporary work permit. Usually you can be in Canada within weeks after you apply, if not sooner. After completing two years of work experience in Canada you may apply for permanent residence in Canadian Experience Class.

Work Permit Cons

Before offering you a job, your potential Canadian employer may have to demonstrate that efforts were made to hire Canadian residents for your intended position, but that those efforts were unsuccessful i.e. Positive LMIA from SERVICE CANADA You can work in Canada only with the employer as specified on your work permit still you can change your employer anytime after arriving in Canada.

Arranged Employment

Arranged Employment is based on a permanent Canadian job offer of indeterminate length. Offer of permanent employment should be confirmed from Human Resources and Service Development Canada. This supports your application of permanent residence in Canada and you may apply for permanent immigration to Canada under Express Entry and get 600 CRS points under this program.


You may apply for permanent immigration to Canada under Express Entry with High chances of selection. You will receive up to 15 points under the Federal Skilled Worker category of Canada immigration. You do not need show in Canada settlement funds


To receive LMIA, your employer need to show that Canadians are not available to fulfill the job position that you are offered

Provincial Nomination

Provincial Nomination contains elements similar to Arranged Employment and to Work Permits where you get additional 600 CRS points under Express Entry. Most Canadian provinces and one territory offer nomination programs that lead to a Canada Immigration Visa. Most often, it involves a permanent job offer of indeterminate length from an employer in a particular province.


Once you have been nominated by a province you can usually immediately receive a work permit to come to Canada and begin work, even before your Canada Immigration Visa is issued.
Your application for Permanent Residence in Canada will receive priority processing and you will usually receive your visa in less than one year.
You may qualify for Provincial Nomination even in some occupations that are not considered “high-skilled”


Before offering you the position, your potential provincial employer will usually have to demonstrate that efforts were made to hire Canadian residents, but those efforts were unsuccessful.
It will not get you to Canada as quickly as a work permit, but it’s still relatively fast.
Any way you look at it, a Canadian job offer will speed-up your arrival in Canada.