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Tourist Visa

A Tourist Visa is a type of visa that allows individuals to travel a foreign country for leisure or recreational purpose such as sightseeing, visiting friends or family or attending culture events.

Free labour visa

A labour visa is a type of visa that allows an individual to enter a foreign country for the purpose of working or providing services for a specific period of time.

Student visa

A student visa is a type of visa that allows individuals to travel to a foreign country to study at an educational institution.

Our countries list

New Zealand

Visa and application processing time

1. Apply for the visa by submitting your resume and photocopy of passport ( individual having less than six month of expiry date have to submit in fresh passport , for Canada , & other countries individual have to have atleast one year left for expiry date of passport.

2 Assessment of resume , qualification and skills

3. Submission of application for selected individuals based on feed back from immigration lawyers and agencies based on countries of immigration.

4 Medical Test and report has to be positive for processing of visa and job application

5. Online submission of of Form in pdf format of passport and other relevant documents in email and on line portal.

5 LMIA ( Labour Market Impact Assessment ) for Australia & Canada has to be positive , the time varies from country to country , in most cases, an employer must obtain a positive LMIA from Employment and Social Development Australia (ESDC) before hiring a foreign worker and same is in the case of Canada too.
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 $2000 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 that 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.

Low-Wage Workers
Employers submitting LMIA applications for low-wage positions, must also address the following three requirements:

Cap on TFWs: If an employer has previously hired TFWs they
Transportation: Employers must provide low-wage workers with adequate transportation to and from Canada. This transportation is provided at the employer’s expense.
Housing: Low-wage workers must be provided with adequate housing for the duration of their employment in Canada.
What Happens After LMIA is Approved
After an LMIA application has been processed, employers will be issued a decision. If the employer is issued a positive LMIA, they can proceed with hiring a foreign national. If a negative LMIA is issued then unfortunately the employer is not approved to hire a foreign national.

Positive LMIA are valid for 6 months from the date of issue. After receiving a positive LMIA, the employer must notify the foreign national so that they can apply for their work permit or permanent residence. In certain conditions, employers may apply to have their LMIA application processed in 10 days. To qualify for expedited processing, an employer must be located outside of Quebec and meet one of the following requirements:

Highest wage positions: top 10% of wages earned by Canadians in the province/territory of the job
Skilled Trades: paid at least the median provincial/territorial wage for the position.
Short-Term positions: 120 days or less
Express Entry: the LMIA is to assist an Express Entry candidate
Median Hourly Wages by Province or Territory
If an employer is hiring a TFW to be paid at or above the median hourly wage for their province or territory then they must go through the high-wage workers stream for LMIAs. If an employer is hiring a TFW to be paid below the median hourly wage then they must go through the low-wage workers stream.

Province/Territory Wages prior to May 31, 2023 Wages as of May 31, 2023
Alberta 28.85 28.85
British Columbia 26.44 27.50
Manitoba 23.00 23.94
New Brunswick 21.79 23.00
Newfoundland and Labrador 24.29 25.00
Northwest Territories 37.30 38.00
Nova Scotia 22.00 22.97
Nunavut 36.00 35.90
Ontario 26.06 27.00
Prince Edward Island 21.63 22.50
Quebec 25.00 26.00
Saskatchewan 25.96 26.22
Yukon 32.00 35.00

All figures mentioned wages per hour work

Exemptions to LMIA Requirements
In certain cases, it may not be necessary for an employer to obtain an LMIA in order to hire a foreign worker. The majority of LMIA exemptions are managed through the International Mobility Program. Learn more about LMIA-exemptions and about exemptions from requiring a work permit.

Facilitated LMIA (Quebec)
The province of Quebec retains significant autonomy over its immigration policies and procedures. For this reason, the province has a few unique distinctions regarding the hiring of foreign workers. The facilitated LMIA process allows Quebec employers to apply for LMIAs without needing to provide evidence that they made efforts to recruit a Canadian citizen or permanent resident to fill the position. Learn more about the requirements for a facilitated LMIA.

Global Talent Stream
The Global Talent Stream (GTS) is a two-year pilot program launched in June 2017 through a partnership between Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) and Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC). The GTS assists certain Canadian employers to hire highly-skilled global talent enabling them to compete on an international scale. Employers who are successfully referred to the program will be able to expedite the process for hiring foreign nationals through the Global Skills Strategy.

Intra-Company Transfers
Canada’s International Mobility Program enables high-skilled foreign nationals to work temporarily in Canada as intra-company transferees. If a foreign national is an employee of a company in a location outside of Canada, they may be eligible to obtain an LMIA-exempt work permit to transfer to one of the company’s locations within Canada. The intra-company transferee rule applies to all countries.

NAFTA Work Permits
The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) encompasses an expansive array of trade protocols between Canada, the United States, and Canada. NAFTA provides unique opportunities for the authorization of citizens of the United States and Mexico to work in Canada. Those foreign nationals covered by NAFTA provisions may be eligible to work in Canada without the requirement for a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) or a work permit.

CETA Work Permits
The Canada-European Union (EU) Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) encompasses an expansive array of trade protocols between Canada and EU member nations. CETA provides unique opportunities for the authorization of citizens EU nations to work in Canada. Those foreign nationals covered by CETA provisions may be eligible to work in Canada without the requirement for a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) or a work permit.

For Australia ( LMIA)

Australia Work Permit, or a Work Visa, is issued to eligible overseas individuals to work in that country for a specific time period. People need to apply for a Work Visa only after getting a job offer or an employment contract from a Australian employer. The employer must obtain from ESDC (Employment and Social Development Australia) an LMIA (Labour Market Impact Assessment), which gives them permission to recruit foreign skilled workers for occupations that cannot be filled in by citizens or permanent residents of Australia. As one of the world’s leading economies Australia is a great destination for individuals seeking to work abroad. The Australian Work Permit Visa allows business people, permanent workers, temporary workers, students and others to work in Australia. Typically, applicants need to have a job offer in hand in order to apply for the work permit visa.

Every year more than 300,000 individuals are granted permits to work in Australia. This is a huge opportunity for foreign workers seeking to make a better life. Under the Australia Work Permit Visa you can:

Work in Australia under the employer you have mentioned in your work permit application.
Have the ability to apply for Dependent Visas to call your dependents.
Earn in dollars.
Travel across Australia.
Apply for a PR visa at a later date.
Applicants need to show proof that they are eligible to take up the job offer. To apply for a Australia Work Permit from India, you need to meet certain requirements. Documents need to be submitted in either English.
The Australia Work Permit Visa is ideal for temporary workers, foreign graduates from Australian universities, businessmen and others who need to work in Australia.
Give proof to an officer that you will move out of Australia on the expiry of your Work Permit.
Have documents showing that you have enough funds to support yourself and your family during your stay in Australia.
Have no record of any criminal activity and submit a police clearance certificate as proof.
Must have good health and take a medical exam if required.
Have no plans to work for an employer listed as ineligible by the government because they failed to comply with certain conditions.
Have no plans to work for an employer who offers erotic dance, escort services, striptease, or erotic massages.
Must be ready to provide any documents demanded by officers to qualify your entry to Australia.
A valid passport with a validity of more than 6 months from the planned date of arrival in Australia.
Two recent passport sized photographs.
Educational qualification certificates.
Proof of professional qualifications, including work experience.
Proof of having adequate financial resources to cover their expenses during their stay in Australia.
Medical examination required to be done from registered hospitals.
Application fee
Applicants should also be able to convince immigration officials that they would return to their home country after the end of their employment.
Steps to Apply for a Australian Work Permit

Note: Depending upon the urgent/latest/additional requirement from the Consulate’s side, we might request you to arrange for the additional documents or may call you for personal interview.

Here is how we help you:
Innovative Techno Institute is not a visa processing entity and strictly doesn’t undertake any of the responsibility for getting any of visa(s), however the company provides the assistance in visa processing by enclosing certain sort of official documents confirming the customer’s booking with Innovative Techno Institute. In the event of successful visa application and customer’s obtaining the visa with the support of above stated documents, if the customer does not proceed with the respective tour booking, company reserves the right to levy cancellation charges as per tour cancellation policy mentioned in the brochure.

Besides the above one has to show proof of some amount in hand by presenting a bank statement of interested candidates

7 Time taken for processing of Visa and job call letter
Australia – 180 days + LMIA time
Canada. – 120 days + LMIA time.