LMIA

AcronymDefinition
LMIALabor Market Impact Assessment (Canada)
LMIALouisville Music Industry Alliance
LMIALietuvos Muzikos Industrijos Asociacijos (Lithuanian: Lithuanian Music Industry Association)
LMIALeucocyte Migration-Inhibition Assay (molecular biology)
LMIALeucocyte Migration Inhibitory Activity
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When submitting the LMIA application an employer must pay Service Canada an application fee of $1000 per worker.
Following several anecdotes of strong adverse impacts on access to jobs by resident workers, constraints to file the LMIA were reinforced in June 2014 (ESDC 2014c).
LMIA is a federal government certificate allowing employers to hire TFWs.
This gives us more markets for both new and existing clients," said Kenneth Jansen, vice president of LMIA. "We have the ability to market business to over 15 different insurance companies to find the best coverage and rate for both business and personal insurance."
The UN labour agency in its report stressed that the Labour Market Information and Analysis (LMIA) infra-structure in Punjab needs to be further developed and strengthened so that timely and up to date labour market analysis can feed into the policy formulation process.
(Nasdaq: LMIA) today named Michael Biffignani, a 16-year veteran of the aerospace industry, to the position of Chief Information Officer.
Damascus, (SANA)-Minister of Economy and Trade Lmia Assi on Monday asked Syrian businessmen to form business councils with other countries to set up long-term partnerships with these countries.
In November of 2016, the Owner-Operator LMIA category Comprehensive Ranking Score (CRS) points were reduced from 600 to either 200 or 50 points making qualifying for permanent residence far less likely.
(NASDAQ: LMIA) has delivered its first aileron and flap assemblies to Honda Aircraft Company for the HA-420 HondaJet, a light jet being manufactured in Greensboro, NC, the company said.
Many TFWs had to leave and look for jobs because of (reduced number of) LMIA, or the Labor Market Impact Assessment, a certificate from the federal government allowing an employer to hire TFWs.