How to speed your Canada’s Immigration Application

As the country settles soon into a new year (2010), Canadian officials have set their sights on speeding up the immigration process, increasing the number of accepted applicants and strengthening  foreign credential recognition.

There are currently more than 900,000 immigration applications under review and, regardless of their category, the process can sometimes take more than five years,  so the best thing you can do to speed-up your immigration processing currently is this: get a temporary work  visa.   A temporary work visa for Canada (and especially for those occupations under pressure in Alberta and British Columbia .

My experience filling out documents lately has been that applications from foreigners with Canadian work visas are being processed at extraordinary speed. One client of mine received permanent residence within 10 months of applying — that is nearly a record!

So if you qualify for permanent residence, you may have the skills needed to qualify for a temporary work visa — it is well worth your effort to do so, as these applications seem to be getting fast-tracked.

Earning the right to live and work in Canada requires knowledge and technical expertise at many levels. You need to possess the required skills, and you will need guidance through the entire process once you are selected as suitable and required by an Canadian Employer. You must be able to speak English fluently.

Hineni Media database  has  been launched in order to offer a good value way of data matching skilled workers outside Canada, with Canadian employers. Many Canadian employers find the cost of international recruitment prohibitively expensive and full of red tape. Using Hineni Media database, you can contact the company directly and  they have the ability to see your CV / Resume online at their leisure, and at a low cost.

Hineni Database is also a resource linking you to some 1,000 organizations that offer internships in 14 sectors ranging from human rights and social service to sports and media. It contains internships from Canadian companies large and small, local and international, and exposes students to opportunities they wouldn’t find anywhere else.  This is a subscription service available at   http://www.hinenimedia.memberlodge.org

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