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Old Sep 10th 2008, 7:44 pm
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hi i have been offered a two yr work permit in vancouver working as a bricklayer with a firm called ********** run by a bloke called peter miller i was just wondering if anyone has heard of him and/or his company, cheers
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Hi

Here is a link to an earlier thread which may be of interest to you

http://britishexpats.com/forum/showt...t=peter+miller

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Hi - my hubby was offered a job through this guy - but we pulled out at the lats minute following some stuff I read on here and also the fact that his " customer service" is complete cr*p..... that said his company seems to be legit and there are a few on here who have said they have been through him.... i think its just that he is a little unscrupulous in that his charges are high... Hubby managed to get a job himself and the LMO etc without having to pay Mr Miller a penny.

Might be worth looking at as an "easy" option if you dont mind paying the fees. Sometimes job hunting can be a pain in the butt and quite long winded. The company hubby will be working for has a couple of guys who came through Mr Miller and they say all was fine
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Which employer is that? How did you manage to find them? Do they have permits? Thanks.
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Old Sep 30th 2008, 7:51 am
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Employers don't have and can't have any "permits".

You must find employer willing to hire you and go through the LMO application process. Employer files LMO application with your name as foreign worker to be hired and HRSDC then issues positive LMO (if approved) with your name in it. Some employers may be pre-approved by HRSDC and in such cases they use relatively fast Expedited LMO application process - but they still must use your name in the application. Then you apply for work permit with such LMO, not the employer.
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