LMIA Internation Mobility Program - C10 Significant Benefit Business Plan
A Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) is a document often required by the Government of Canada to certify that there is a need to hire a foreign worker. This aims to ensure that the issuance of work permits will have an overall neutral or positive impact on the labour market and economy.
The International Mobility Program (IMP) creates several exemptions to the LMIA requirement, such as the general significant benefit category, known officially as R205(a) C10. In instances where a candidate can provide clear and compelling evidence that they will bring notable social, cultural or economic benefits, a work permit may be issued without an LMIA.
In order to be successful, it is imperative that supporting documentation of prior education, experience, and accolades as they relate to the purpose for seeking a work permit is provided. Not only should you demonstrate how prior work has or will impact Canada, you also need to lay out your intended goals while in Canada and how they will be achieved.
Our expertly written and strategic significant benefit business plan is the best way to exemplify you meet the requirements and adhere to the standards for the C10 exemption. It is an organized and cohesive way to tie your prior experience to your future plans and make the strongest possible case for the benefits you will bring to Canada.
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