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LMIA-Exempt Work Permits
There are several reasons why an applicant could be exempt from the LMIA requirement, as listed below.

International agreements

If there are foreign workers under the agreements listed below, and if it is considered of significant benefit to Canada and, the applicant does not require a LMIA. The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), Canada-Chile FTA, Canada-Peru FTA, Canada-Columbia FTA are example of this case.

Entrepreneurs/Self-employed candidates

A LMIA exemption may be allowed to private entrepreneurs who want to come to Canada temporarily so that they can start or operate a business.
Applicants must be the sole or majority owners of the business they wish to pursue in Canada.
Eligibility for this LMIA-exempt work permits requires that they can demonstrate that their work in Canada is temporary in nature.
This is an excellent option for owners of seasonal businesses.




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