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Are you struggling to hire skilled workers for your business?

Do you want to expand your team with talented individuals from all over the world? Look no further! Our service, Hiring Foreign Worker Made Easy, can help you achieve your goals hassle-free.

We Understand That Hiring Foreign Workers Can Be A Daunting Task, But It Doesn't Have To Be.​

We will help you from immigration to recruiting the right candidates paperwork, our team of experts offers a complete solution to simplify the process of hiring foreign employees.

Why Hire Us?

Finding the perfect candidate for your business can be a time-consuming and stressful process, but hiring a foreign worker adds another level of complexity. From navigating visa requirements to cultural differences, it can be overwhelming for companies who want to expand their talent pool beyond their borders.

However, with the right support and guidance from a Licensed Recruiter in Alberta, British Columbia and Nova Scotia, hiring a foreign worker doesn’t have to be a daunting task.

At Kap Unity Canada aside from we are licensed Immigration and Recruitment, we specialize in making the process of Hiring Foreign Workers stress-free.

We will provide you with a comprehensive guide on how to hire foreign workers without stress. We’ll cover everything from identifying your hiring needs to understanding the immigration requirements, so you can confidently recruit and retain top talent from around the world. With our expertise and guidance, you can be sure that your business will benefit from a diverse workforce while avoiding any potential legal pitfalls or complications along the way. So let’s get started!

Alberta Licensed Recruiter


British Columbia Licensed Recruiter

AJOC International Inc. Licence number: BA-2023-107933

Nova Scotia
Licensed Recruiter

This Licence is Granted to: Amelia Ajoc Licence Number: FWRL-107

About Us

We at Kap Unity Canada are more than just a company that helps with Hiring Foreign Workers. We are a team of compassionate individuals who understand the struggles and sacrifices of those who leave their homes and families to work in another country.

Our mission is driven by our passion to make this process as easy and stress-free as possible for both employers and employees. We take pride in providing personalized support every step of the way, ensuring that everyone feels heard, understood, and valued. At kap Unity Canada, we believe that connecting people from different parts of the world not only benefits businesses but also creates meaningful relationships that can last a lifetime.

Trusted by

We are proud to partner with some of the most well-known and trusted brands in the world, including Tim Hortons, Comfort Hotel, Dairy Queen, Halifax Tower, Little Caesar, Swiss Chalet, Wendys, Subway and Robins.


Step by Step Processing time with Kap Unity Canada

We will evaluate you thoroughly, determining the necessary criteria and eligibility for recruiting Foreign Worker in Canada.

How:  by sending you a online assessment form 

To hire a foreign worker, you must advertise the position; we are happy to handle this step for you.

After we gain insight into your requirements, we will meticulously arrange the most suitable candidates to fulfill your needs and set virtual interview.

Hiring a foreign worker is a complicated process that requires many steps and one of the most important steps in this process is obtaining a work permit for the applicant. Once we hired an applicant, we must begin the process of applying for their work permit as quickly as possible. This process can take several months to complete, so we strongly suggest starting early.

To obtain a work permit, we must submit an application to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). The application requires extensive documentation and information about both the employer and the employee. We must provide proof that there are no Canadian citizens or permanent residents who can fill the position before hiring a foreign worker. They also need to demonstrate that they will provide fair wages and working conditions for their employees.

Once an application has been submitted, IRCC will review it carefully to ensure that all requirements have been met.

Foreign workers often face a myriad of challenges when moving to a new country. One of the most significant hurdles is adjusting to the local culture and finding accommodation. At Kap Unity Canada, we help your hired foreign workers acclimate to their new surroundings, making their transition as smooth as possible.

Our team provides assistance with finding suitable housing options and enrolling in language classes,if needed. We also offer guidance on navigating the public transportation system, opening bank accounts, and obtaining health insurance. Our goal is to ensure that foreign workers feel supported and empowered as they navigate this significant life change.

We understand that settling into a new country can be daunting, especially for those who may not have family or friends nearby for support. That’s why we provide ongoing resources and support networks to all our clients.

In today’s global economy, many companies are turning to foreign workers for a variety of reasons. This influx of talent from abroad has numerous benefits that can help businesses grow and thrive. One of the biggest advantages is access to a wider pool of skilled workers who bring diverse experiences and perspectives to the table.

Foreign workers often have specialized knowledge or skills that are difficult to find in the local workforce. For example, an IT company may need a software developer with expertise in a particular programming language or technology platform, which may not be available locally but can easily be found overseas. Hiring foreign workers also helps organizations expand their reach into new markets by tapping into the cultural knowledge and language skills of these employees.

Team Member

Our team consists of two key players: Ms. Amelia Ajoc, our Licensed Immigration Consultant, and Kap Joey, our Managing Director. With their combined expertise, they can help make the process of hiring foreign workers easy and stress-free.

Imagine being able to expand your workforce with talented employees from all over the world. With Kap Unity Canada, you can do just that! We know that navigating immigration regulations can be overwhelming, which is why we offer expert guidance every step of the way.

Don’t let paperwork hold you back from growing your business. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you hire foreign workers with ease!

Amelia Ajoc,RCIC

Licensed Immigration Consultant & Co-Founder

Joey Moreno

Managing Director & Co-Founder


Discover everything you need to know with our FAQ guide! or Simply Book An Appointment with us to Learn More

A Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) is a document that an employer in Canada may need to get before hiring a foreign worker.

A positive LMIA will show that there is a need for a foreign worker to fill the job. It will also show that no Canadian worker or permanent resident is available to do the job. A positive LMIA is sometimes called a confirmation letter.

The processing time for a Work Permit LMIA in Canada depends on various factors. The duration of the process can be influenced by the type of LMIA application, the job offer specifics, and whether or not there are any previous applications or submissions made to Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC).

Generally, it takes around 10-12 weeks for a standard Work Permit LMIA application to be processed. However, some high-demand occupations such as healthcare professionals may have expedited processing times. Additionally, if an employer has a positive history with ESDC and has previously received LMIAs that were approved quickly, they may receive priority processing.

It is important to note that while the processing time can vary based on certain factors, it is essential to begin the process as early as possible.

In order to determine whether an employer has made adequate attempts to recruit Canadian and permanent resident workers, government officials typically assess LMIA applications. Employers must provide proof of these efforts, such as job postings or recruitment summaries. Ultimately, foreign workers may only be hired if no qualified Canadians or permanent residents are available to fill the open positions. Lastly, officials verify that foreign workers will receive compensation and working conditions that meet federal and provincial regulations.

The foreign national must be given a copy of either the LMIA decision or number, which they will then use to apply for an LMIA Work Permit. After receiving approval, they will be permitted to commence working in Canada.

LMIA applications can be submitted by employers up to 6 months prior to the anticipated start date of the foreign worker’s job. A single LMIA can cover multiple vacancies for the same position. It is not mandatory to have selected foreign workers at the time of application, as employers can opt for an Unnamed Labour Market Impact Assessment, also known as pre-approved LMIA or LMIA pre-approval. This allows employers to select foreign workers within 6 months of receiving LMIA approval, providing them with flexibility in hiring qualified candidates.

Employers have the option to submit LMIA applications up to 6 months before the foreign worker’s job start date. A single LMIA can be used to cover multiple vacancies for one position. Employers are not required to have chosen foreign workers when applying, as they can choose to apply for an Unnamed Labour Market Impact Assessment (pre-approved LMIA or LMIA pre-approval). This gives employers the freedom to select qualified candidates within 6 months of receiving LMIA approval.

There is no one answer to this question, as it depends on many factors that will be unique to each situation. In most cases, it is possible to get as many LMIA approvals as are legitimately needed. However, for certain low wage occupations, there is a CAP on the number of foreign workers that any one business can employ; and there can be certain restrictions in place due to regional unemployment levels.

If you decide after the foreign worker starts to work for your company that it isn’t a good fit, you can terminate the foreign worker according to the labour laws in your Province. Ensure that you notify Service Canada of the date the worker is no longer in your employ.

If you decide that you can no longer offer the position before the foreign worker actually starts to work for your company, you need to notify both the worker and Service Canada as soon as possible.

Cancelling a job offer can have serious immigration consequences for the foreign worker, so it’s a decision that should not be taken lightly.

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1083 Bedford Highway, Bedford Nova Scotia, Canada

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+1 (902) 797 0486

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