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An employer-specific work permit allows the individual to work in Canada according to the conditions mentioned in work permit such as:

The employer details

Type of work

Duration of work

Location of the work.

If the candidate is applying under an employer-specific work permit, the employer must complete certain procedures and give the candidate either a copy of the Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) or employment number to be included in the work permit application form.

Note: For LMIA-exempt, employer-specific work permit applications, the employer is required under section 209.11 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (IRPR) to use the Employer Portal to submit the offer of employment directly to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) and pay the compliance fee before the foreign national makes an application for a work permit.

Employer-specific work permits Extension

Employer specific work permit extension should be submitted if:

Changed to the new employer

Offered a new job

The job is extended

There are changes to your current job, such as – change in the payor new responsibilities

The applicant will not be able to work at a different job or for a new employer until you get your work permit with the new conditions.

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