Are you a Canadian employer looking to hire foreign nationals to fill your vacancies? Then you require a positive or neutral Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) from Employment Social Development Canada (ESDC) to recruit suitable candidates.
Completing & submitting the LMIA application requires a thorough understanding of Labour market rules and exceptions. Seek expert help. Call +1 6477733673 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for your LMIA needs today!
Did you know that if you own a successful business in your country, you can obtain a work permit under the International Mobility Program and obtain your Canadian permanent residence after one year of work experience in Canada?
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167,739 new apprentices required in Canada to keep pace with current demand in the next 5 years – this was the result of a joint analysis report by the Canadian Apprenticeship Forum and Statistics Canada.
Who is a tradesperson?
Skilled workers and supervisors in the industrial, electrical, construction, maintenance & equipment operation, supervisors & technical workers in natural resources, agriculture & related production, processing, manufacturing & utilities supervisors and central control operators, Chefs, cooks, butchers and bakers are considered to be tradespersons in Canada.
Highest Income Trades
According to data from Statistics Canada, Heavy duty equipment technicians had the highest salary at $107,220 after just fours years of certification followed by Steamfitters – Pipefitters at $105,620 and Industrial Mechanic (millwright) at $99,320.
How can I immigrate to Canada as a skilled trades worker?
To be eligible to apply, you must:
- Have at least 2 years of full-time work experience within the last 5 years in an eligible skilled trade;
- Meet minimum language levels in English or French;
- Have an offer of full-time employment for a total of at least one year; or
- Have a certificate of qualification (CAQ) in your skilled trade issued by a province or territory
How to obtain Certificate of Qualification?
You can apply for this certification if:
You have a Certificate of Apprenticeship for your trade after education and work apprenticeship in Canada, OR
Your Trade Equivalency Assessment application has been approved by a Provincial Regulatory Body
What can Alexander Immigration help you with?
We can help you obtain a Trade Equivalency Assessment in Canada if you already have relevant foreign work experience, Certificate of Qualification and the subsequent Permanent Residency Application.
Alternately, we can also help you obtain admissions to suitable colleges offering trade programs and apprenticeships across Canada to obtain the necessary qualifications to become a Tradesperson.
Contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org to know more about how to immigrate to Canada as a Tradesperson.
Canada is replacing it’s Caring for Children and Caring for People with High Medical Needs pilots with the Home Child Care Provider Pilot and Home Support Worker Pilot and provide eligible caregivers with a pathway to permanent residence once they’ve acquired two years of Canadian work experience.
Work permits will be issued under the Home Child Care Provider and Home Support Worker pilots to caregivers who have a job offer in Canada and who meet the following criteria:
- Language tests result showing a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) of 5;
- One year of Canadian post-secondary education or the foreign equivalent;
- Admissible to Canada.
Caregivers with work experience in National Occupational Classification NOC 4411 (excluding foster parents) will be eligible for permanent residence through the Home Child Care Provider Pilot.
Caregivers with work experience in NOC 4412 (excluding housekeepers) will be eligible for permanent residence through the Home Support Worker Pilot.
IRCC has stated that the new pilots will have a 12-month processing standard for work permit applications, and once the work experience requirement is met, a six-month processing standard for applications for permanent residence.
A few major changes that are being made in these new pilots are as follows:
- Employers will no longer need an LMIA before hiring an overseas caregiver;
- Occupation-specific work permits will be issued instead of employer-specific work permits, which will allow caregivers to change employers within Canada;
- Caregiver’s spouses will be eligible for open work permits and children for study permits.
There is a cap on the total principal applicants that this pilot will accept every year. The cap has been set to 2750 principal applicants for the Home Child Care Provider Pilot & another 2750 principal applicants for the Home Support Worker pilot every year.
Please contact +16477733673 or email email@example.com for further assistance and to apply under these new pilots.
The Canadian government has announced a new three-year immigration pilot program to bring full-time non-seasonal agricultural workers into Canada, including a pathway to permanent residency.
The pilot is a collaboration between Agriculture and Agri-food Canada and Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC).
IRCC has stated that this program will help non-seasonal foreign agrifood workers brought to Canada through the temporary foreign worker program secure permanent residency status, instead of having to renew their work permits repeatedly.
The program is expected to roll out later this year.
With this new Agrifood Immigration Pilot Along the earlier announced Rural & Northern immigration Pilot program, there will be more opportunities for foreign nationals to immigrate to Canada with employment.
Being prepared before the programs roll out is the key for successful entry into Canada. Contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org and/or book your consultation through our website www.alexanderimmigration.ca to plan a successful immigration strategy to Canada.
Your Success is our Success!
You received that dreaded letter from IRCC informing that your visa for visiting/ studying/ working in Canada has been rejected/refused.
Most refusals will be due to one or a combination of the following:
- Inadequate documentation
- The officer is concerned with your intent for visa
- Insufficient funds for your stay in Canada
- Travel History
- Ties to Home Country & Canada
- Inadmissibility – Medical or Criminal
- Misrepresentation – Falsified Documents or Information
Occasionally the officers may have other concerns that do not fall in one of the above parameters, and which will have to be addressed on an individual basis.
Your Canadian dream has been shattered, what next? Don’t give up or rush to reapply immediately without understanding the actual reasons for refusal/rejection.
Follow these steps and find success in your next attempt:
- Seek professional assistance – contact an ICCRC licensed Immigration Consultant and discuss your case in detail. Now is the time to be prudent and seek expert help.
- Make a request under the Access to Information and Privacy Act(ATIP) to get the actual reasons for refusal. The letter that you usually get is a generic one that does not give you specific details about your case in particular. Your licensed consultant can help you apply for and obtain the GCMS notes under ATIP for a fee. This is a crucial step and essential for your success during the reapplication process.
- Address concerns found in the GCMS notes and submit a fresh application with detailed explanations. Your licensed consultant will be able to help you navigate this step.
- Alternately, if you feel the concerns raised in the GCMS notes are not valid, and they have already been addressed, then consider filing an application for Leave and Judicial Review. Your licensed consultant cannot represent you in Federal Court but will refer you to a professional Immigration Lawyer who is an expert with such court cases.
If you plan to apply for a Temporary Resident Visa or if your visa has been rejected/refused, contact us today! Hiring a licensed professional can make a huge difference in the quality of your application.
We would love to help you and guide you through the application process to increase your chance of getting the coveted Canadian Visa stamped on your passports.
YOUR SUCCESS IS OUR SUCCESS.
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They are not associated with me, or my consulting firm and those associated are clearly indicated in the Contacts page of our website http://www.alexanderimmigration.ca/contact-us.php.
As evident in our home page we do not obtain jobs and provide immigration services only. We will further never ask you to transfer funds to a bank account without an official invoice or a retainer agreement, communicated through our official email id firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is your hard earned savings- please do not lose your money to scammers who promise fake jobs.
Remember that only Authorized Representatives are permitted to assist you in your immigration applications. Make sure to look up your authorized representative on the ICCRC website (https://iccrc-crcic.ca/find-a-professional/) and use the contact information provided on that platform to contact your potential RCIC to be sure you are dealing with the correct individual.
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