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Our company, SPYRO INTERNATIONAL LTD, and its subsidiaries are officially registered under the laws of the United Kingdom with the registration number 07911724. SPYRO INTERNATIONAL LTD provides legal advice on various types of immigration to Europe, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the United States. Please note that SPYRO INTERNATIONAL LTD and its subsidiaries do not issue any work permits or work visas as it is delivered by the respective employers and embassies/consulates in line with the rules and regulations of the processing countries respectively.

Work Permit Process Segmentation:



Work Permit - Factory Workers, General Workers, Warehouse Workers, 

Production Workers. ( 6 - 8 Months Processing TIme for the Work Permits) 

Eligibility Age: 25-50 years

Canada Work Permit Requirements

  • Below 50 years of age

  • Skilled work experience in a NOC category of TEER Level 0, 1, 2, or 3

  • Valid job offer in Canada

  • Employment contract

  • Copy of the LMIA

  • LMIA number

How long are Canadian work permits valid?

Canadian work permits are typically valid for a period of 1-2 years, with some exceptions. A visa officer will usually not issue a work permit for longer than the validity of an applicant’s passport or past the validity indicated on the applicant’s Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). A work permit will also not be issued for longer than the foreign national has applied to stay in Canada for, or beyond the duration that is required for the job offer. The length of a work permit may also be shorter depending on the program the applicant is applying under.

Can my employer sponsor me to work in Canada?

Canadian employers don’t “sponsor” candidates to work in Canada but can assist in bringing foreign workers by securing a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) or submitting an electronic job offer (LMIA exempted categories).

Canada requires that any Canadian employer who wishes to hire a foreign worker must obtain an LMIA or submit an electronic job offer. Once an employer secures an LMIA or the “A” number (electronic job offer), it can be used to apply for a Canadian work permit.

LMIA Application Requirements

LMIA applications are submitted in hard copy, by mail, to the appropriate Service Canada Processing Centre. Applications must include evidence that the following criteria have been met:

  • Processing Fee: All applications for LMIAs include a $1000 CAD processing fee which will not be refunded even if the result is negative. Certain applicants under the LMIAs for in-home caregivers may be exempt from this fee.

  • Business Legitimacy Documents: Documents proving the employer’s status as a legitimate Canadian business.

  • Transition Plan: Employers must submit a plan for how they intend to address the need to hire foreign nationals. Eventually, employers are expected to hire Canadian citizens and permanent residents rather than TFWs.

  • Recruitment Efforts: Employers must submit evidence that they made substantial efforts to recruit Canadian citizens and permanent residents to fill the position prior to hiring a TFW.

  • Wages: Applications must include information regarding the TFWs wages. This will differentiate the high-wage positions from low-wage positions and ensure that TFWs are paid the same amount for labour as their Canadian equals.

  • Workplace Safety: TFWs are entitled to the same standards of workplace health and safety as Canadians in the same position. For this reason, employers must provide evidence that TFWs will be covered by insurance which is at minimum equivalent to the health coverage offered by the province or territory where the business is located.



Work Permit - Construction Worker, Building Helper

(4 Months Processing TIme for the Work Permits) 

Eligibility Age: 25-45 years



Work Permit - Skilled, Semi-Skilled, Un Skilled Workers 

Production Workers. ( 4 Months Processing TIme for the Work Permits) 

Eligibility Age: 25-43 years

What does the service include?

  • Legal analysis of the legislation on obtaining a temporary residence permit in Lithuania.

  • Determination of the complete list of documents and their main characteristics

  • Legal terms of validity of documents

  • Full analysis of the procedure for obtaining a temporary residence permit in Lithuania

What are our exclusions?

  • The legal company does not affect the terms of consideration of your application.

  • The legal company does not exert pressure on the work of state bodies and their employees.

  • The legal company does not influence the outcome of the decision of the Migration Service regarding the issuance of a temporary residence permit.

  • The legal company does not guarantee 100% of the result of issuing a temporary residence permit.

  • The procedure for appealing the decision of the Migration Service on refusal is not the subject of this service.

You have to accept the risks of a probability of refusing a foreigner a temporary residence permit.

The first stage is the analysis of legislation and the preparation of all necessary documents.

The company inviting the foreigner prepares such documents

Number of mediation letters submitted by the employer via the Lithuanian Migration Information System (MIGRIS) (shall be indicated via ‘MIGRIS’ when filling out the request regarding the temporary residence permit). The determined form requests to issue a temporary residence permit in the Republic of Lithuania.

The request is submitted via the Lithuanian Migration Information System (MIGRIS).

  • Employment Contract

  • Accommodation letter

Refunds for advance payments or service fees are not provided.

  • You are responsible for preparing your own documents and ensuring their accuracy and completeness. Special attention should be given to the process of document legalization.

  • Why is legalization necessary? Without legalization and an apostille, the migration service cannot verify the authenticity of your submitted documents. Therefore, it is essential to plan this process in advance.

  • Please note that the decision-making process by the Migration Service is not quick. You will receive the outcome of this decision through VFS Global.

  • Appealing a refusal decision from the Migration Service is not covered by this service.

  • Ensure you thoroughly study all details in advance to avoid any misunderstandings.

Spyro International Immigration Consultancy Process for Work Permit Services

Our immigration consultancy specializes in offering work permit services to individuals aspiring to work in the USA, UK, EU, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. This document outlines our systematic approach to delivering comprehensive support for work permit acquisition.

1. Initial Consultation

  • Objective: Understand the client's profile, career goals, and destination preferences.

  • Steps:

    • Schedule an in-person or virtual meeting with the client.

    • Conduct a comprehensive needs analysis to identify potential work destinations.

    • Provide an overview of the work permit process specific to each desired country.

2. Profile Assessment and Documentation

  • Objective: Evaluate eligibility for work permit applications.

  • Steps:

    • Collect all relevant personal and professional documents from the client.

    • Review qualifications and experience to ensure they meet the country's immigration requirements.

    • Advise on gathering and updating specific documents required for the application.

3. Application Strategy Development

  • Objective: Tailor a strategic plan aligned with the immigration policies of each target country.

  • Steps:

    • Research current immigration guidelines for the relevant country.

    • Formulate an optimized application approach, highlighting key client strengths.

    • Discuss potential hurdles and develop plans to mitigate them.

4. Application Preparation and Submission

  • Objective: Complete and submit accurate and compliant applications.

  • Steps:

    • Guide clients in filling out application forms.

    • Compile supporting documents such as job offer letters, educational credentials, and experience certificates.

    • Review and ensure that each application is free from errors or inconsistencies.

    • Submit applications to the relevant immigration authorities.

5. Interview and Test Preparation (if required)

  • Objective: Prepare clients for interviews or proficiency tests that may be needed.

  • Steps:

    • Conduct mock interviews simulating potential questions asked by consular officers.

    • Provide training resources for language proficiency or skill assessment tests.

6. Follow-Up and Status Monitoring

  • Objective: Maintain communication and monitor the progress of the application.

  • Steps:

    • Track each application and provide regular updates to the client.

    • Liaise with immigration authorities to address any issues or requests.

    • Guide clients in responding to additional document requests.

7. Approval and Post-Approval Support

  • Objective: Assist clients in the final stages of the immigration process.

  • Steps:

    • Review approved work permits for accuracy and compliance.

    • Provide advice on travel arrangements and settling into the destination country.

    • Offer post-landing services, such as job orientation, local compliance, and accommodation assistance.

  • SERVICE FEE (LEGAL FEE) is not returned if the Embassy did not give you a quota for submission, or you could not submit documents for any other reason!

  • Each document issued by a government agency will contain the validity dates of the specified documents.

  • The dates in the specified documents do not change! Revalidation is not possible.

  • SERVICE FEE (LEGAL FEE) is not refunded if the validity period of your document expires and you did not manage to submit it on time for any reason.

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