Employer ServicesNewsteps Immigration Solutions Inc. offers Canadian Immigration Solutions to organizations employing or interested in employing foreign nationals. Available services:
- Short-term and long-term planning advice
- Access to a foreign resume database
- Introductions to international recruiters
- Tracking and responding to expiry and renewal dates of all permits
- Preparing and submitting Labour Market Impact Assessments, work permit,s and permanent residency applications
- Identifying applicable exemptions
- Liaising with respective authorities
- Liaising with professional and regulatory bodies
- Presentations to employers and/or (foreign) employees
- One-on-one sessions with employees on individual immigration matters Labour Market Impact Assessments (LMIA)
A positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA), formerly known as LMO, is issued when Service Canada has provided permission to an employer to hire a foreign national for a specified position. Canadian employers needed to prove that no suitable Canadians or permanent residents are available to fill the position. When assessing an LMIA application officers assess whether: efforts have been made to recruit or train Canadians, If the prevailing wage rate for the region is met if any labor disputes would be adversely affected, and if a foreign worker will fill the labor shortage, transfer skills, and knowledge to Canadians and/or will lead to job creation or retention. High Skilled or Low/Semi Skilled National Occupational Classification (NOC) codes categorize positions into: NOC 0, A, B, C, & D. 0, A, & B are “skilled” positions, typically managerial positions and positions for which a post-secondary education is needed. When hiring low/semi-skilled workers the employer is responsible for paying return airfare and providing access to reasonable accommodation. It is also notable that they have limited options for permanent residency in Canada. Nanny/ Caregiver If you have selected a caregiver and now need to process all the paperwork so he/she can start working for you, we can help. If you have not chosen a caregiver, we can assist you in hiring the same. Feel free to contact our certified immigration consultants to help you with it.
Permanent Residents (PR) Card RenewalsA permanent resident is one who has been given permanent resident status by immigrating to Canada but is not a Canadian Citizen. Permanent Residents are citizens of other countries. If you trаvеl оutѕіdе Canada, thе PR саrd іѕ уоur proof that уоu are a permanent rеѕіdеnt оf Cаnаdа. If уоu lеаvе Cаnаdа, уоu will nееd thіѕ card tо rе-еntеr the соuntrу on a commercial vеhісlе, lіkе аn аіrрlаnе, bоаt, train оr buѕ. Cаnаdіаn permanent residents nееd to ѕhоw thеіr реrmаnеnt rеѕіdеnt ID card whеn traveling to Cаnаdа, in оrdеr to prove thеіr реrmаnеnt rеѕіdеnt ѕtаtuѕ. Pеrmаnеnt rеѕіdеntѕ whо do nоt hаvе a PR card or are not carrying their PR саrd whеn traveling оutѕіdе the country will require реrmаnеnt rеѕіdеnt travel dосumеnt bеfоrе rеturnіng to Cаnаdа by air mode to comply with eTA requirements.
If your PR card expires, it does not mean you have lost your permanent resident status. In most cases, the initial PR card is valid for 5 years. Since a PR can apply for citizenship after three years of residence in Canada, most PR cards are not renewed. However, some people do not apply for Canadian citizenship and may need to renew their PR cards upon expiry. We can assist you with
- Rеnеwаl уоur PR card
- Rерlасеmеnt for PR card