Labour Market Impact Assessment

Take the Complexity out of Hiring International, Skilled Workers

With professional Labour Market Impact Assessments

We specialise in Provincial Nominee Programs

Wrongly completed LMIAs can add weeks and months to hiring.

A lack of workers hurts your productivity and
your bottom line! You need workers – and you need them now.

Let us do the ground work while you …

1. Focus on growing your business
2. Build your workforce at just the right pace
3. Grow your opportunities to succeed
We provide a dedicated case administrator and client portal.

Our LMIA Success Rate is 100%

  • We’ve helped large Canadian and global businesses successfully recruit and bring in international talent
  • We expertly complete all necessary information for LMIAs
  • We’ve saved businesses hundreds of hours of paperwork and time

Getting Started is Easy

  • Speak to a Consultant
  • Submit your LMIA
  • Begin Hiring!

Labour Market Impact Assessment Explained

A Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) is a document that an employer in Canada may need to get before hiring a foreign worker. (

A positive LMIA shows that there is a need for a foreign worker to fill the job. An LMIA demonstrates that no one in Canada can do the offered job.

Find out about our services, call us at +1 647-947-2777  or using the chat  service

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