Work permit Specialists

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Take the stress out of applying

Overseas work permit applications can mean extra challenges. Work permits for graduating international students may be less complicated, but still difficult. Hr immigration can help

It’s As Easy As 1-2-3

1. Review your situation with an Immigration Consultant
2. Find out your best route to apply
3. Submit your application

Filling out, filing and waiting can be stressful

We support you through the entire process and celebrate your achievements with you.

  • We’ve supported hundreds (thousands) of international students successfully become permanent residents of Canada
  • We’ve helped clients overseas gain work permits along the path to permanent residency.
  • When declined, we’ve helped several clients’ applications receive successfully reconsideration

Don’t leave your success to chance.

Your imagined future begins with a successful work permit application. We ensure your submission is error-free and thorough (no missing documents).

Work Permit requirements can quickly change.

It’s our business to keep up with the changing landscape. And if your application is refused, we know how to file reconsiderations.

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

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