Foreign Workers Templates

Are you looking to hire foreign workers? We can help you navigate the process and ensure that you have all the necessary documentation in place. Our collection of documents related to foreign workers is designed to assist employers like you in hiring non-resident workers legally and efficiently.

Whether you're in the Federated States of Micronesia, Canada, or any other country, our documents can guide you through the application process for hiring foreign workers. From Form TT-RDL-071, which includes the application to employ non-resident workers and the employer's non-resident worker agreement, to Form IMM5686, which allows you to request an opinion on work permits or LMIA exemptions in Canada, we have the forms you need.

In addition to application forms, we also provide instructions for USCIS Form I-129CWR, the semiannual report for CW-1 employers, as well as Form IMM1295, the application for a work permit made outside of Canada. No matter where in the world you are, our comprehensive collection of documents covers all aspects of hiring foreign workers.

At, we understand the complexities of the hiring process for non-resident workers. That's why we've compiled this valuable collection of documents to streamline the process for you. With our help, you can confidently navigate the necessary paperwork and ensure compliance with immigration laws.

So, whether you're an employer in need of foreign labor or a business looking for international talent, our documents collection for foreign workers is your go-to resource. Let us help you simplify the hiring process and ensure that you have all the necessary documentation in place.




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This document is for notifying individuals who have received a tentative nonconfirmation due to an issue with their Russian citizenship status.

This document is for employers in Nova Scotia, Canada who wish to register for a Foreign Worker Recruitment Employer Certification to hire private home workers.

This form is used for employers to submit a Labor Condition Application (LCA) for nonimmigrant workers in the United States. The LCA verifies that the employer will provide fair wages and working conditions to foreign workers.

This form is used for applying for a work permit exemption from a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) as part of the Atlantic Immigration Pilot (AIP) program in Canada.

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