AINP

Old Nov 5th 2008, 9:49 am
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Does anyone know whether, under the AINP program, once you receive a letter of endorsement confirming that you have been nominated by the province, that letter can be used that to apply for a temporary work permit? In other words, with the letter of endorsement from the provincial government, you don't need a labour market opinion to get a temporary work permit?
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Old Nov 5th 2008, 12:44 pm
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you have answered your own question, haven't you?

the regulation which deals with that is r204(c), its outlines are found in cic's foreign worker manual, paragraph 5.27, in about the centre of page 40.
there are several threads about that on here, one of them being PNP does not need LMO?



having said that - keep in mind that there are several pnp-streams, mainly in the semi-skilled area (truck drivers being a prominent group of that), which can only be accessed when the applicant has been legally working in canada / for the sponsoring employer for a certain amount of time. bcpnp has such a semi-skilled stream for truckers and certain jobs in the hospitality sector, but i'm afraid i'm not up-to-date with the exact circumstances in alberta, they changed their concept recently.
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