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Our Canada Immigration team at LexLords recently secured a favorable outcome in an intricate immigration case involving work permit approval under Section 200 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (IRPR).
The client, a skilled technical worker from Asia, had a job offer from a Canadian employer. However, the initial work permit application had been rejected due to a question on the genuineness of the job offer and concerns around the Labour Market Impact Assessment process. The client contacted us to help resolve the issues and get his work permit application approved.
Our legal team started by conducting a comprehensive review of the client’s case file, including all related documents and our client’s personal circumstances. What followed was an in-depth analysis of the refusal reasons. Our findings suggested that the job offer was genuine, but some issues needed attention during the LMIA process.
We then developed a strategic action plan to address the issues identified. Our lawyers prepared detailed legal submissions, emphasizing our client’s skills, qualifications, and contribution to the Canadian labour market. We highlighted how our client’s employment would not negatively impact the Canadian labour market, providing relevant evidences and sound legal arguments supporting this claim.
Moreover, we executed an exhaustive LMIA process with precise documentation to prove that there were no Canadian citizens or permanent residents available to fill in the position offered to our client. Our persistent collaborative efforts with the Canadian employer ensured a robust application demonstrating our client as the best fit for the job.
Lastly, we also addressed procedural fairness issues from the first work permit application, ensuring that there was complete transparency, giving no room for any misunderstandings before Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) officers.
Consequently, following our submissions, our client’s work permit application was given a second review and was subsequently approved by IRCC officials. This result validated our strategic approach towards addressing complex immigration cases, our understanding of the Canadian immigration law and regulations, especially Section 200 of IRPR, and our commitment to providing quality legal representation for our clients.
In conclusion, our targeted strategy, detailed knowledge of Canadian immigration laws, dedicated team efforts and unwavering commitment to our clients ensured a successful resolution of this case, leading to the approval of work permit for our client.