My employer is moving to another province or territory. Do I need a new work permit or Labour Market Impact Assessment?
If your employer is moving to a new province or territory, they must get a new Labour Market Impact Assessment from Employment and Social Development Canada. Also, you must get a new work permit before you can work in the new location.
Apply for a new work permit well before you move to the new location with your employer. Be sure to apply at least 30 days before your current work permit expires.
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