Job Offer Letter:  A valid job offer letter from a Canadian employer is essential to applying for a work permit.

Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA): Sometimes, your employer may need an LMIA to demonstrate hiring foreign workers.

LMIA Exemption (if applicable):  Certain job categories, such as intracompany transferees, are exempt from the LMIA requirement

Valid Passport: Your passport is the most important document. It must be valid throughout your intended stay in Canada. 

Completed Application Form: The next important step is to fill out the appropriate work permit application form. 

Passport-sized Photographs:  Two passport-sized photographs meeting specific requirements are generally needed.

Proof of Financial Support:  You must demonstrate that you can financially support yourself and any accompanying family members. 

Travel Document: you are not applying from your home country you will need to provide your current immigration status documents. 

Medical Examination:  In cases, a medical examination may be necessary to prove you are in good health. 

Police Clearance Certificate: A certificate from your home country or any country you have lived in for over six months in the past year. 

Biometrics:  You may also need to provide biometric information, such as fingerprints and photographs, as part of the application process.