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Hiring a Foreign Worker or non-Canadian


Hiring a foreign worker or non-CanadianHiring a foreign worker may seem like a struggle, causing many employers to skip over a non-Canadian’s resume in favour of the next. However, by hiring a temporary foreign worker, companies can better compete in a job market during labour shortages.

Immigration Canada provides detailed information on how to hire a temporary foreign worker. In most cases, employers need to:

Some foreign workers may need a temporary resident visa or medical examination, depending on their citizenship, country of origin and occupation.

For occupations under pressure, Immigration Canada offers a fast-track application process. This helps companies facing labour shortages hire employees quickly and more easily.

Employers can also help temporary foreign workers apply for permanent residency.

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