Renew LMIA during AINP

Old Sep 22nd 2015, 2:49 pm
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Default Re: Renew LMIA during AINP

Originally Posted by wiganfem
thanks, would you know if an employer wont apply for a new lmia because of the cost ie the solicitor or third party to do it, as he himself cant. Would the employee be able to switch employers? ainp has been applied for but not yet completed.
This is more of a CIC topic not CBSA who I work for. Basically once you receive an LMIA you are given an employer specific work permit. If you wish to change employers then a new LMIA is required. Those who get issued a PNP support letter can be issued an employer specific or open work permit but that will depend on the type of PNP application.
If AINP hasn't been applied for then theres not a lot that can be done.
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Old Sep 22nd 2015, 2:50 pm
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Originally Posted by Former Lancastrian
This is more of a CIC topic not CBSA who I work for. Basically once you receive an LMIA you are given an employer specific work permit. If you wish to change employers then a new LMIA is required. Those who get issued a PNP support letter can be issued an employer specific or open work permit but that will depend on the type of PNP application.
If AINP hasn't been applied for then theres not a lot that can be done.
ok thanks, AINP has been applied for and file. umber issued in January, but as of yet the nomination has not been approved.
thanks for your help
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On page 9 or 10 of an LMIA application form, the employer has to tick a box which says:

"I agree that I will not recover any costs, directly or indirectly, associated with seeking an LMIA from any TFW(s). "

Service Canada Forms - Form Profile: High-Wage and Low-Wage Positions - Labour Market Impact Assessment Application


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Hi what you are asking is quite complex which is why I'm suggesting you have an initial consultation with an authorised representative (immigration consultant). It may make the difference between staying in work or having to leave in just a few months. At least you will know your options. On the forum people only have a partial knowledge of the whole story/history so it can be difficult to make accurate recommendations. I know you got your file number in January. When did you actually apply?



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Hi what you are asking is quite complex which is why I'm suggesting you have an initial consultation with an authorised representative (immigration consultant). It may make the difference between staying in work or having to leave in just a few months. At least you will know your options. On the forum people only have a partial knowledge of the whole story/history so it can be difficult to make accurate recommendations.

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thanks, he is going to speak to someone 😀
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just to let you lovely people know, his ainp came through yesterday 😀😀
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just to let you lovely people know, his ainp came through yesterday 😀😀
Very pleased to read this news

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just to let you lovely people know, his ainp came through yesterday 😀😀


Phew!

Good to hear - so he can now get a work permit without any further hassle - great news!

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Phew!

Good to hear - so he can now get a work permit without any further hassle - great news!

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just to let you lovely people know, his ainp came through yesterday 😀😀
Phew, that was lucky! Good to hear.
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