Archive for October 28th, 2008

Live and work legally in Canada

Here’s All You Need to Know to, if you’re Actively Looking for Ways to Leave Your Country of Residence and Want to Live and Work in Canada, This Will Be the Most Important Message You’ll Ever Read!

Dear applicant:

Allow me to share some critical information with you that’ll boost your chances of obtaining your Canadian work Visa.

Read this information and you’ll save time, energy and most important; a lot of MONEY in the process!

“Immigration in Canada stimulates the country’s growth, prosperity and cultural diversity.

Canada benefits from the talents, experience and energy of immigrants, whether they are skilled workers, business people, foreign students, temporary workers or others.”

The Canadian Government’s new immigration plan is to emphasize the admission of a greater number of skilled immigrants with abilities to contribute directly to Canada’s economic and social development.

NOW is the best time to apply for your work permit or Canadian residency:

 As of February  2005, if you’re approved as a permanent resident, your spouse or common law partner can live and work with you in Canada while their immigration application is being considered! Previously, significant others had to wait for approval before moving to Canada.

From September 2006 applicants only have to send a Simplified Application Form to the Visa Office; without sending all your supporting documents. So that gave applicants more time to gather and prepare their documents the right way!

Because New Governments ( Immigration Canada ) , these Immigration Rules, Regulations, Policies
and Procedures Can Change at Any Time!

That’s why, if you’re serious about working abroad or  becoming a Canadian citizen it’s in your best interest to act now! What if you could effortlessly get the legal documentation to move to a land of opportunity, where you can build a safe and secure future for yourself, your family and your future generations?

See yourself a few months from now working or being a permanent resident in Canada; a country of spectacular natural beauty, outstanding medical care available to all its citizens and a safe place to raise your family.

Wouldn’t you just love to live in a dynamic country that’s the choice for many of the world’s immigrants because of its stability, prosperity and respect for diversity?

I’m sure you’d like to get the RIGHT answers to ALL your immigration questions without having to spend endless hours doing research or WORSE: spending hundreds of dollars on “consultation fees”. That’s why I’ve compiled a la guia unica to find work first and use the resource that’s now available to you…

the job lisitng service and the work in canada guide  is a practical “road map” to independent work in canada success! with your subscription  you’ll be able to systematically prepare, complete, and submit your correct application to a Canadian Embassy or Consulate in the country where you live!
a Small Sample of the Important Insights:

Different methods you can use to apply for the Canadian visa, and WHY you’ll be more successful using certain method.

Know which documents need to be notarized and which don’t. This will save you a considerable amount of time and money!  

 Find out about a NO-RISK, fully refundable fee you can pay to the Canadian Government to start your application process TODAY!

 The alternative method to prove your language skills to the Canadian Embassy that can be more effective and less time consuming than language tests.

know in advance how long it will take for your visa application to be processed and approved. This way you’ll minimize being in “suspense” and you’ll be on-top of  your visa application process! (You won’t be “left in the dark” as many consultants would prefer you to be) .
Find out the precise financial information Canadian Immigration Officers will request from you and discover the absolute best way to present it to them!

Little known facts about the Canadian National Occupational Classification you can use to prove your work experience.

 Find out how to match your personal educational achievements into the Canadian educational terms ( type “0”, skill level “A” or “B”) to improve your results with Canadian National Occupational Classification. (Many people get this point wrong unnecessarily, but not you!)

 A complete set of forms so you can practice filling them out!

How to correctly match your work experience to what the immigration officers need to see in question 11 schedule 3 of the IMM0008 Canadian Jobs section.

 As if this weren’t enough…

 El job listing it’s a job compilation service with tips and orientation include about resumes, interviews, etc

 La guia Pdf to work in Canada also includes: 

 A form fill out instructions, eligibility requirements, and up-to-date procedures with extensive guide-notes and check-lists

 Vital mailing addresses, phone numbers and web sites that’ll save you time and energy during your application process. 

 A fool-proof method to prepare your application documents to avoid delays

  Successful sample letters that you can change for your  application to boost your chances of success as an independent applicant

What do I need to move to Canada? –

What do I need to move to Canada? –

You would have to apply for a job here and once you get accepted, your employer would file your work visa. If that gets approved, you would have to go for an interview and all the local embassy. Then once you are all set and come Canada… You would ask your employer to file for your residency card… That it’ ll make you permanent over there. Then after 3 years of permanent residency, and 4 of residency you’ ll get the citizenship… There are other ways too, such as getting married to a citizen or permanent resident.

your visa will mainly depend on your current desires and needs. As for work, I would recommend a job before you go to the states. There are many companies willing to sponsor you for employment. That will of course vary on your credentials.
There are additonal varying circumstances that may or may not aid you in obtaining the proper visa:

1. Heritage
2. Fiance/marriage
3. a company wiling to sponsor your stay in Canada

The process to move, live, and work in Canada is long , but it is not too difficult provided you are honest and thorough. Many people will recommend it, but it is not necessary to get the added expense an immigration attorney or use a visa issuing service, though they necesary to deal properly and accurately with the bulk of read tape or burocracy that gets in the way. Sometimes it can take a little while with all the red tape to get cut through.The visa laws are constantly changing, so make sure you keep yourself informed.

It would be nice to begin looking around now at various areas of Canada and see what the cost of living is and to what average wages are being paid. That way you will be able to live off of what ever you make. Then you would begin just looking around at jobs that you would like to do and look in the locations where you want to live.  Maybe contact the Canadian Embassy in your nation and have them get you some info on moving to Canada and how to go about doing it. You should start now.

Hineni Media Cross cultural services deals mostly with Job listings, work in canada, information on how to get a job in canada, common problems and effective solutions, People preparing to immigrate to Canada
newcomrs who want to know their training and education options, People who aren’t reaching their full potencial in their canadian careers, work abroad students exchanges and consulting certain immigration issues. We keep a paid membership site and we provide full PDF formatted document providing information both in English and Spanish. Good luck!

How do I come to Canada as a Temporary Worker?

How do I come to Canada as a Temporary Worker?

Temporary workers require employment authorization in order to work legally in Ontario. In most cases, employment authorization is issued by an immigration officer after Human Resources and Social Development Canada (HRSDC) approves a job offer. Visitors can only work legally in Canada as foreign temporary workers if they have obtained employment authorization before coming to Canada. They must apply for employment authorization at a visa office outside of Canada. Usually, the process involves the following steps:

  1. An employer must first offer you a job. The employer intending to hire a foreign worker submits a job offer to the Human Resources and Social Development Canada (HRSDC) office closest to the location where the work will take place.
  2. The HRSDC foreign worker counsellor will examine the job offer to consider whether the job might easily be filled from within the domestic workforce. HRDC must normally provide a labour market opinion or ‘confirmation’ of your job offer.
  3. After HRSDC confirms that a foreign national may fill the job, you apply to CIC for your work permit. The HRSDC foreign worker counsellor will communicate his or her opinion

    – to the employer, if it is negative
    – to the CIC point of service where the worker is applying for the employment authorization, if it is positive (called a “validation”)

The employment authorization is valid only for one job and for the stated period of time. Temporary workers cannot change jobs without first having their authorization amended. They cannot normally stay in Canada legally or apply for permanent resident status after their authorized period of stay has expired.

You cannot immigrate with a work permit. If you want to come and live in Canada as a permanent resident based on your work skills or experience, see if you qualify for the Skilled Worker Program.