Corporations and sole proprietors may require a letter of attestation for LMIA purposes as required by Service Canada. The documents to be provide to the professional writing the attestation letter to prove business legitimacy may vary depending on the structure. For example, corporations have certificates of incorporation, whereas sole proprietors may not even have a formal registration as sole proprietors.
Despite of your structure, we can assist with the LMIA attestation letter to prove your business legitimacy and your eligibility to hire a temporary foreign worker.
Only lawyers and certified accountants have the authority to write such letters and at Invicta Law Corporation we can assist you.
The types of documents to be requested from you will depend on the structure and how you manage your taxes and finances, ultimately, what you need to prove is that you have a genuine business and are able to fulfill your commitment with the temporary foreign worker should the LMIA be approved.