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Embark on a seamless journey toward your Canadian dream with Port to Port Immigration Services, where we specialize in navigating the intricacies of LMIA-Exempt International Mobility Work Permits. Our commitment to efficient processes ensures that every step, from Express Entry to Provincial Nomination Programs and Regional Opportunities, aligns with your unique aspirations. 'Process Matters' is not just a slogan; it's our guiding principle as we tailor your immigration experience. ​

International Experience Canada (IEC) gives young people from 37 countries a unique opportunity to live, travel and work in Canada for up to two years. Within the program, there are three types of experiences available: Working Holiday, Young Professionals, and International Co-op (Internship). Specific program details are based on reciprocal agreements with participating countries and can be found on the Government of Canada’s website by providing your country of origin. 


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The Canada- Korea agreement follows the same structure as Canada-US-Mexico agreement but allows for some professionals in training. The online manual gives detailed requirements for each profession. A key consideration are specific Canadian or provincial requirements from regulating authorities.

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CUSMA includes business visitors, inter-company transferees, and up to 60 types of professionals. A key consideration in using CUSMA to support a work permit is whether or not licensing or membership to provincial trade or professional accreditation is needed in order to practice. If prerequisites are required, visa officers will not be able to approve the work permit.


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The trade agreements for Colombia and Peru provide a unique opportunity for the mobility of people in technical trades. This is especially beneficial to employers in construction and resource-based industries. These include, but are not limited to, managers in manufacturing, construction and transportation, engineering technologists or technicians, electricians, plumbers, oil and gas drillers, production miners, and forest products processing. 

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