June 28, 2009

Cancelled Without Prejudice

I've been always saying that a Labor Market Opinion (LMO) is not a guarantee that you will be issued a visa and work permit. Now, let me emphasize that having your visa and work permit approved does not guarantee that you will be able to legally work in Canada.

Your visa may be cancelled without prejudice.

Cancelled Without Prejudice

Even if you have your visa and work permit approved, your employer may still request cancellation of your visa. I have seen this happen to a Live-in Caregiver program applicant and to lots of workers supposedly be working in Alberta.

The problem there is if you have dealt with a recruiter and you have already paid their fee. That will be really sad. Here's how to find jobs in Canada.

IF your occupation is included in the list of high demand occupations, you should be applying under the new Federal Skilled Worker program instead of a work permit. It is now easier and faster to apply. And your application will not be subjected to contigencies like that of an employer's decision.

Find out if you will qualify, send your resume to aapuntar@go2canada.com