Canada:Arranged Employment Opinion
Canada: Arranged Employment Opinion
Under the new immigration rules that came into effect on June 28, 2002, foreign workers who have arranged employment in Canada, and apply for a Canadian Permanent Resident Visa under the Skilled Worker category, qualify for valuable points of assessment. Applicants holding a temporary work permit that is validated by the HRSDC or an HRSDC-confirmed permanent offer of employment can obtain a maximum of 10 points.
Lately most immigrants apply for a residence card through the Arranged Employment Opinion process if currently outside or employed within Canada. The two main categories for employment based immigration that require Arranged Employment Opinion are Skilled Worker and Temporary Worker (TW). Within these two categories, there are many sub-categories for professionals holding advanced or low degrees, aliens of exceptional ability, baccalaureate degree holders, and other workers.
The key of the process is to convince the Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) that no qualified Canadian worker is willing to take your job. In other words, the hiring of you, an alien, will not adversely affect the job opportunities, wages and working conditions of Canadian workers.
There are certain risks associated with Arranged Employment Opinion application. The main one is that you might be replaced if a qualified qualified worker (citizen or resident card holder) is found. We suggest everyone going through the Arranged Employment Opinion application know the process. Therefore, you will have some control of the process to avoid the risks.
Arranged Employment Opinion application requires employer’s sponsorship. This does not mean that you can not do it yourself. It only means that a representative of the employer has to sign the forms. You can prepare the forms and all other documents.
Since last year, Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) started changes and modifications for a new Arranged Employment Opinion system, which have streamlined the Arranged Employment Opinion process and make it faster. However, attorneys, law firms can NOT register to use the on-line system. You have to be applied by the employer directly.
If you are not sure whether you are eligible to file for Arranged Employment Opinion, please email us. We will be glad to evaluate your case free of charge.
PDF Application kit , (Arranged Employment Opinion)
The kit, a do-it-yourself guide, provides all the info you need for your application procedures step by step from the very beginning to the end. You will be able to get things under control if you choose to file the case yourself, because an unscrupulous attorney may waste your time as well as your money. With the help of the kit, you will be able to know the options available and find a shortcut based on your specific qualifications.
The skills in the kit tell you how to make a convincing case before HRSD and avoid mistakes that most people usually encountered. It will also help you to eliminate the risk of being replaced. Any mistakes in the application could be serious delay if it is not fatal. Also, if you qualify forSkilled Worker, how to file into Skilled Worker instead of TW.
This kit will still be helpful to you even if you are lucky enough to find an experienced and devoted lawyer to file your case. No attorneys or law firms can register to use the on-line system. You will have to be knowledgeable enough to make the right decisions at every critical point, and to utilize some of your specific qualifications which are of vital importance to the success of your application.
Following are the partial contents of the kit:
–Job Order and Prevailing Wage
–Arranged Employment Opinion
Notice of Filing
HRSDC Approvals: Labour Market Opinion and Arranged Employment Opinion
Special Handling for College and University Teachers
–Immigration Petition and Adjustment of Status
The kit is $88 per copy.
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Marisol Diaz has been writing on legal research and Canada immigration law since 2006.
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