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¿Cuáles son las situaciones por las que se puede entrar a Canadá?

Se puede entrar en tránsito hacia otro país, para residir, para hacer turismo, para trabajar, para estudiar o para pedir asilo político.

¿Cuáles son los tipos de visas disponibles para Canadá?

Visitante
La visa de visitante aplica para permanencia temporal en Canadá y obliga a retornar al país de origen al final del tiempo establecido. Para optar se deberá gozar de buena salud y tener los fondos suficientes para solventar los gastos durante la estadía en Canadá. Se exigirá la realización de exámenes médicos para estancias mayores a 6 meses.
Autorización de estudio
Para realizar estudios formales en instituciones académicas en Canadá. No aplica para cursos de idiomas o de naturaleza no académica. Se requerirá además una visa de visitante para ingresar.
Empleado temporal
Se requiere una autorización para trabajar por un período determinado en Canadá. En la mayor parte de los casos las autorizaciones se emiten sobre la base de una oferta formal de trabajo aprobada por un Centro de Recursos Humanos en Canadá.
Inmigrante
Canadá escoge a sus inmigrantes en función de lo que puedan contribuir a la economía del país o para apoyar la reunificación familiar. Además, Canadá cumple con los acuerdos internacionales humanitarios para casos de refugiados.
Hay distintas categorías de inmigrantes a Canadá.

  • Trabajador calificado (especializado independiente): para quienes poseen experiencia y formación laboral específica que puedan insertarse en el mercado laboral.
  • Familiar: para quienes tienen familiares cercanos viviendo en Canadá que puedan actuar como garantes del que desea inmigrar.
  • Negocios: para empresarios, inversores y trabajadores autónomos que pretenden crear una empresa propia en Canadá.
  • Refugiado: para quienes necesitan protección por situaciones de persecución. Algunos solicitan el ingreso desde sus lugares de origen o al llegar a un puerto de entrada a Canadá.

¿Debo solicitar el visado de turista personalmente o puede hacerlo otra persona por mí?

Después de examinar su solicitud, un oficial de visas puede llamarlo a una entrevista, la cual se llevará a cabo en forma inmediata. Si usted no habla inglés, francés o español, deberá acudir acompañado por un intérprete. Deberá demostrar al oficial de visas que usted reúne los requisitos exigidos por la Ley de Inmigración Canadiense y sus Reglamentaciones, que su permanencia en Canadá será temporaria y que retornará a su país al final de la misma. Debe gozar de buena salud y tener fondos suficientes para solventar sus gastos durante su estadía en Canadá. Una visa de visitante válida no es garantía de admisión a Canadá; un oficial de inmigración en el puerto de entrada canadiense decidirá si usted reúne los requisitos de admisión al país. Si hubo algún cambio de circunstancias entre la fecha de su solicitud y la de su arribo a Canadá, le puede ser negada la entrada.
 
El hecho de que un visitante tenga en proceso un trámite de inmigrante o de residencia pendiente no afecta la obtención de la visa de visitante. Para ejemplos ver y llenar formularios de inmigracion canadienses  que han tenido  exito  en las tramitacion de visas y empleos, puedes registrarte en http://www.hinenimedia.memberlodge.org

Tenemos una conferencia pronto, tambien te puedes registrar  or email me for details at hinenisyndicator@gmail.com

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Current Canadian Job Postings

Canada is seeking applications from people in the following high demand occupations who are interested in working and living in Canada.  Please review the actual occupational descriptions as occupational titles may vary from country to country, and make note of the Canadian National Occupational Classification (NOC) number next to each title as it will be required for your application.

Management occupations

Computer and information systems managers (0213)
Business, finance and administration occupations

Financial auditors and accountants – CA (1111)
Natural and applied sciences and related occupations

Civil engineers (2131)
Mechanical engineers (2132)
Electrical and electronics engineers (2133)
Chemical engineers (2134)
Petroleum engineer (2145)
Mechanical and engineering technologists and technicians (2232)
Inspectors in public and environmental health and occupational health and safety (2263)
Health care occupations

General practitioners and family physicians (3112)
Midwives (3232)
Licensed practical nurses (3233)
Nurse aides (3413)
Registered nurses R.P.N (3152)
Head nurses and supervisors (3151)
Medical laboratory technologists (3211)
Specialist physicians (3111)
Radiological technologist (3215)
Occupational therapists (3143)
Physiotherapist (3142)
Pharmacist (3131)
Occupations in social science and education

Early childhood educators and assistants (4214)
Social workers (4152)
Occupation in art and culture

Interior designers (5242)
Sales and service occupations

Butchers and meat cutters (6251)
Hairstylists and barbers (6271)
Trade, transport and equipment operators and related occupations

Electricians (7241)
Plumbers (7251)
Steam fitters, pipe fitters and sprinkler system installers (7252)
Gas fitters (7253)
Sheet metal workers (7261)
Boiler makers (7262)
Iron workers and structural metal (7264)
Welders – specialized welders (7265)
Carpenters (7271)
Brick layers (7281)
Concrete finishers (7282)
Roofers and shingles (7291)
Glaziers (7292)
Crane operators (7371)
Construction trades helpers and labourers (7611)
Painters and decorators (7294)
Long – haul tractor – trailer driver (7411)
Construction millwrights and industrial mechanics (7311)
Oil and solid fuel heating mechanics (7331)
Occupation in primary industry

Oil and gas well drilling workers and services operators (8412)
Oil and gas drilling, servicing and related labourers (8615)
Oil and Gas Well Drillers, Servicers, Testers and Related Workers (8232)
Supervisors, Oil and Gas Drilling and Service (8222)
Occupation unique to processing, manufacturing and utilities

Supervisors, petroleum, gas, chemical processing and utilities (9212)
IT Profession

Senior animation effect editors (9990.1)
Embedded system software designers (9990.2)
Misc. software designers (9990.3)
Multimedia software developers (9990.4)
Software developers-services (9990.5)
Software products developers (9990.6)
Telecommunication software designers (9990.7)
Computer network technicians (2281)
User support technicians (2282)
System testing technicians (2283)

Need more information? We provide Job-lead information with successful Canadian companies who offer very attractive wages and benefits and good working conditions.

How as inmigrant you can get a Job in Canada

I am not sure if Canada is the BEST country to live in but I know it is a great country. I am an immigrant to Canada and have lived here for many years. Canada has a lot of western advantages such as Democracy, freedom, etc.  and with a social consciousness that you do not always find elsewhere. Canada have a universal medicare system, we have a progressive pension system and much of our education system is still subsidized. Canada have the freedom to retain our roots when we immigrate and are not as much of a melting pot as the United States. We have a diverse culture and climate, ranging from subtropical in the west to pretty darn cold in central Canada. We have mountains, rivers lakes and much forest.

In fact the majority of our population live in the southern portion of the country, leaving much of the north to wilderness. Although our culture is definately influenced by our neighbours to the south, we are very distinct., very differents. USA or Americans like to note how “polite” canadians are. Because of our gun laws, our level of crime is lower than that of the States, but that is slowly changing.

Religion, although important, does not take on the stridency that seems to happen in the U.S  or other places and we actually have a strong Social Democratic Party with an active role in our Parliament. Our parliamentary system is bicameral with both a House of Commons and a Senate, modeled on the British System. We have 2 Official Languages, French and English.

Very recent immigrants to Canada are struggling in the job market, with those from Southeast Asia being the only group to buck the trend, says Statistics Canada.  Probably some of he problems come because  there are  not many clear  website like ours or books  to help new immigrants that would prefer through a step-by-step approach of finding a jobs in Canada?

I will add also another $0.02 this specifically for the new prospect or willing to be inmigrants’s success:

1. Canada’s immigration “points” system places a high value on education. 

The better education you as inmigrant have the better. Canada is still smooth !! Lots of inmigrants is being blessed and lucky. There should be minimal education requirements.  Even if it is an Adult Basic Education, or high school equivalent. With out these two things, you stand no chance of making anything, and you will be a burden to our already over used social assistance program.

2. Language

The fact that immigrants can come to this country without knowing the language, either English or French is the biggest barrier to employment in my experience. I believe that people coming here should be able to speak one of our official languages fluently in order to work and be productive here. If you are being granted status to enter Canada, then you should be able to speak, read and write English or French. Most employers will skip over resumes where applicants fail to mention a working knowledge of English or French.

3. “Canadian experience”

Canadian employers seem to think that there is something magical about “Canadian experience” and are incapable of recognizing the transferable skills of people from other countries. So be prepared. Learn the nuts and bolts  of what that means and what you can do . 

4. Money

New inmigants under a certain status, need to have at least 6 months living expenses before they are allowed in so no they aren’t spongeing off the welfare system when they first come here.

According to the banks, here, in Canada, immigration has to be increased to 400,000/year to sustain our economy and country. New money is created by each and every immigrant entering this country. 

Now the true is that there are many Canadian born who are on social assistance and do not contribute to this country. For some it is bad luck, but for many it is just laziness.

5. Multiculturalism

New immigrants do not face as much barriers such as racism and even classism like other countries. Canada is not and won’t be the exemption. Of course that I don’t want to believe that in this melting pot of a country that racism still exists, but unfortunately it does in many forms and places – not just in the workplace.

Now if Canada is so full of institutional racism, and it is just so darned hard here to make a living, why do people from all over the world come here? I don’t see lines of people wanting to emmigrate to Rusia, Germany, China or Vietnam,  Iran  or  some other third world countries from here so give Canada a break from the ‘racism’.

The current immigration system needs fixing. The future of Canada’s immigration program is at stake. The need for foreign workers has never been greater in Canada. Federal policymakers along with their provincial counterparts must co-operatively identify transparent processing and procedural solutions and allocate the resources necessary to offer fast and efficient entry to provincial nominees, as well as to federally selected workers.

Canada is a wonderful country to live in ! Canada is a great country with its blue skies, nice gigantic rivers, luscious green trees and gigantic mountains. If l could l would like to invite all the people to a party, to celebrate this great land!

 

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Canadian Co-op Work Permit

Do you want skills for you future?
Do you want to receive Canadian work experience ?
Do you want to make some money to help your costs ?

If you answered yes to any or all of these then look no further. Canada offers international full-time students this opportunity through its “Co-op Work/Study” program. Co-op Work/Study is a program that integrates paid work experience with full-time studies. Students alternate work and studies throughout their four to five years of study.

Work experience may be a required component of certain programs of study and will require a work permit. You are permitted to accept employment either on or off campus for a co-op, internship or professional experience.

To be eligible for this work permit you must:

have a valid study permit
obtain a letter from your faculty indicating that employment is an integral part of your degree program.
For this type of work permit, the University of Toronto will be listed as the employer and the expiry date should match the study permit.

The Co-op work Permit is fee-exempt so there will be no processing fee required.

Why is the Co-op Work/Study Program Right for You?

  • Co-op work/study students are paid during their work term to help offset the cost of tuition.
  • Co-op work/study provides career-related work experience that extends the learning process beyond the limitation of the classroom.
  • The work experience students acquire through co-op work/study is of value in obtaining their first full-time job after graduation.
  • Participation in co-op work/study leads to a higher rate of pay after graduation.
  • Co-op work/study students understand more about the expectations and requirements of their professional field and career opportunities.
  • Co-op work/study students evaluate and assess the suitability of their career choice before entering the work force on a full-time basis.

Added Advantages of Participating

Upon completion of a Co-op Program, it is expected that students will have:

  • Integrated classroom theory with workplace practice and increased their academic motivation as a result;
  • Developed greater clarity regarding their academic and career goals, as well as personal strengths and weaknesses and preferences
  • Developed critical workplace professional and employment readiness skills, as well as the skills identified in any institution or University .
    • Acquisition, application and integration of knowledge
    • Research skills, including the ability to define problems and access, retrieve and evaluate information (information literacy)
    • Critical thinking and problem solving skills
    • Interpersonal and communication skills
    • Responsible behaviour to self, others and society
    • Teamwork, personal and group leadership skills
    • Creativity and aesthetic appreciation
    • The ability and desire for continuous learning
  • Developed a greater understanding of workplace culture
  • Developed an understanding of employee health & safety information for young workers entering the workforce in order to be aware of the employee’s rights and responsibilities, as well as those of the employer.
  • Created networks of contacts in their chosen career field, and maintained these networks as appropriate
  • Made an effective contribution in the workplace

How to Obtain Nomination by province/Territory for regional Sponsorship ?

First of all anyone doing this application will need to get information on each individual province to see if his/her occupation is in demand. Most provinces  have 2 levels of sponsorship permanent and temporary based on their own occupations in demand lists.

How it helps individuals?

For foreign workers and international students, Opportunities Ontario may be a pathway to permanent resident status. However, it is important to understand that Opportunities Ontario is employer-driven. That means you can only apply if the position is approved and your employer provides you with a nominee application package from Opportunities Ontario.

The Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) is a dynamic program that was developed to respond to Canada provinces’s changing economic needs and therefore is regularly updated and enhanced in order to remain responsive to its economy.In addition, each province continues to introduce positive changes for immigrants such as The Fair Registration Practices in Regulated Professions Act, Worker Recruitment and Protection Act, and our new Settlement Strategy. These changes need to be reflected in our evolving provincial nominee program.

All of these changes to the PNP involve providing safer, fairer, clearer and more efficient information and opportunities to immigrants to encourage better settlement and labour market outcomes for those who choose to build their future in Canada.

What changes were made to the  Provincial Nominee Program?
We removed from the PNP the Occupations with Additional Requirements List so that skilled workers from all occupations with a strong connection to Canada are eligible to apply.

However, live-in caregivers must still apply through the specific Government of Canada program created for them and cannot apply under that occupation to the PNP.

All applicants must still be able to demonstrate their employability in any given province as well as a strong potential for retention and settlement success based on their documented education, training, work experience, language ability and adaptability.

www.hinenimedia.memberlodge.com have introduced significant improvements to its website, one of the busiest sites about Canada living, application paperwork and job lead information, which will continue to be enhanced in order to provide more complete and useful information to applicants and newcomers to help them to settle successfully in Canada.

 

Permiso para trabajar en Canada siendo turista

Permiso para trabajar en Canada siendo turista

Canada es estricta con los permisos de trabajo si es necesario. La verdad es que de momento falta un minimo de 25000 empleados calificados para empresas Canadienses. Tu puedes recibir un permiso de trabajo si la empresa muestra que no encontro un empleado igual de calificacion para el puesto. Yo conozco varias personas latinas que han recibioern permiso de trabajo sin recurrir a lo ilegal.
Los parámetros de una visa de turista

Miles de latinos día a día andan buscando una opción más para poder solucionar sus problemas económicos. El migrar al norte ilegalmente es la más común, pero se ha vuelto muy peligrosa y costosa en cuánto a dinero y los obstáculos que hay que superar.

Es por eso que hoy se está jugando con la otra cara de la moneda, la manera “legal”. Nos referimos a la “visa de turista”. Y que igual que en el caso de USA la quieren convertir para muchos latinos  en la solución a los problemas económicos familiares, que trabajando en el país no los podrían solucionar.

Al jugar con esta carta, se paga el derecho de aplicar la obtención de la visa de no inmigrante, pero como en cualquier juego no se sabe si se ganará o no y hay que comprar las fichas una y otra vez dependiendo la suerte que se tenga para cada jugada.

Con la posesión de esta visa, hay dos opciones para viajar a al norte como turista, quedarse unos meses, trabajar, ahorrar lo suficiente para salir de las deudas y retornar al país en el tiempo establecido sin ningún problema.

Y la otra es: usar este documento, como una entrada legal, con la única intensión de quedarse a vivir permanentemente en ese país. De está forma queda automáticamente en estado migratorio ilegal.

La visa de turista es un documento de viaje que permite ingresar a al Canada por vacaciones y turismo, un viaje de placer. Eso equivale a que en ningún momento se permite introducir mercadería para venderla, porque sería una falta abierta a las condiciones de la visa de turista”.

Puesto que es una forma de lucrarse, de trabajar con ella y si se hace, se arriesga a que cancelen el documento, y, no vuelvan a renovarla. Y así, impedir el ingreso al Canada. 

Y reitero, que, usualmente algunos comerciantes y particulares, utilizan su visa de turismo para comercializar. Y comercian en llevar y traer mercaderías de diversos tipos a Canada, como: artesanías, lácteos, medicinas o encomiendas. Y que por lo tanto el poseedor de una visa de turista, no está autorizado para comerciar, ningún tipo de mercadería al Canada.

Añado, que si se entra como turista no se puede trabajar. Y que si lo hace se enfrenta a las dificultades de las identificaciones. Y sostiene que, al trabajar ilegalmente se afectan usted mismo, porque pagan “Social Security” y no lo utilizan. “Quienes salvan y mantienen a flote este servicio, son los millones de indocumentados que lo pagan y no pueden hacer uso de él”.  Esto provoca un efecto negativo, y, es por eso, que para las personas que van a la embajada o titular canadiense, se les pone más difícil la obtención de una visa, cada día hay más negaciones.

Los problemas inician cuando después trabajar uno o dos meses retornan al país, y semanas después se vuelven a dar la misma situación, las autoridades ven la frecuencia de los viajes a Canada, y migración comienzan a investiga, el porqué de las visitas frecuentes a esa nación.

La mayoría de solicitudes de visa son negadas, debido a que el solicitante no ha convencido al oficial consular que le entrevistó. Que él o ella tienen lazos suficientemente fuertes en latinoamerica para demostrar que regresará después de su corta visita.

Tener visa de turista, usarla para trabajar temporalmente de forma ilegal en Canada, es jugar a las escondidas, con fuego y pólvora. En nuestro correr por conseguir trabajo nos podemos tropezar fácilmente, teniendo como resultado una cancelación de visa permanente, ya sea porque se den cuenta que trabajamos de forma ilegal, o que cometamos una imprudencia y seamos nosotros mismos los que lo digamos por acoso investigativo de un oficial migratorio en Canada.

Es por esto que en diferentes oportunidades, a través de mi blog, hemos hecho énfasis… en que si el latino no tiene raíces sólidas, estables, de índole familiar, laboral, financiera, NO gestione la visa canadiense de vacaciones, como negocio, puesto que lo más probable es que se la van a negar, perdiendo consecuentemente el dinero invertido.
No alteres o danes tu unica oportunidad. Busca empleo, hazte residente. Se inteligente

Obtaining a Job Offer From A Company in Canada

If you receive a  job offer from a canadian company, your visa application process will be much easier! I strongly recommend obtaining a job offer from a Canadian company before submitting your visa application. If you can get this document, it will not only help you settle easier in Canada , but it will also increase your Pass Mark assessment.

Let me explain the way a job offer will help you increase your Pass Mark assessment: You will receive 10 points if: – You have a permanent job offer in Canada . However, please note that this offer has to be confirmed by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC). If you are already in Canada (with a temporary work permit), and you decide to apply from within the country, you will also receive points in the following situations: You will receive 10 points if: – Your temporary work permit was issued after receiving a confirmation of a job offer from Human Resources and Skills Development Canada ; – Your temporary work permit was exempted from the requirement of a issued after receipt of a confirmation of your job offer from HRSDC (due to an international agreement). Also if it represents a relevant benefit to Canada or its competitiveness (i.e. intra-company or post-graduate work respectively).

I recommend visiting the following website for further information about the specific requirements for these situations: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/skilled/qual-5-4.html It is very important that you understand this process, in case you are interested in using a Canadian job offer in your application.

See you in Canada !