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International Mobility Program

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The International Mobility Program allows Canadian employers to hire foreign workers on a Canada work permit without the need for a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA).
Positions exempt from requiring a LMIA are those which:
Provide broad economic, cultural or other competitive advantages for Canada, and为加拿大提供广泛的经济,文化或其他竞争优势

Provide reciprocal benefits for Canadian citizens and permanent residents.加拿大公民与永久居民均获可收益。
Workers who are eligible for the International Mobility Program (IMP) include:  符合国际移动计划(IMP)资格的工作人员包括:

Those entering Canada as part of trade treaties, such as the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) or the Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA).
Those entering Canada on an open work permit
Those entering Canada as intra-company transferees
Hiring a foreign worker through the IMP normally involves the payment of a $230 employer compliance fee. Where an employer is hiring an open worker permit holder, the fee is not required.

Other fee-exempt positions include those covered by a non-trade agreement, certain research positions and charitable or religious work.

Job offers via the IMP must be made through the IRCC’s Employer Portal. Employers must register a profile to use the Employer Portal.
Extensive details of the job being offered must be entered into the portal, including a list of duties, the minimum education requirement, experience required, plus wages and benefits.

The information entered could be used when in federal government employer compliance audits.

Employers submitting a job offer with receive an offer of employment number. The foreign worker requires this number to complete their work permit application.
Once the work permit application is approved, the foreign worker receives:

A letter of introduction if they are outside Canada, or 一封引进函,如果申请人在加拿大境外,或者
A new work permit if they are already in Canada, or applying at the time of entry. 一份新的工作许可,如果申请人在加拿大境内或入境时完成申请。

The letter of introduction is exchange for a work permit at the port of entry, provided all the requirements are still met.

After you submit an offer of employment through the Employer Portal, you will receive an offer of The IMP is primarily administered by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.

Other federal government departments involved in the IMP include the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC).

IMP is separate from the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP), which is primarily administered by ESDC with help from IRCC and CBSA.

The IRCC runs the International Mobility Program Unit specifically for companies looking to hire using the program.

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