Canada Skilled Worker Program
Job immigration and skilled immigration are often referred to as Skilled Workers programs. In order to obtain a permanent residency in Canada, in most cases it is necessary to get a full-time job at a company in Canada. For example, Federal’s Express Entry system, which is scored based on the points grid, a large part of this is whether you have found a job in Canada. In Provincial programs, many programs disqualify applicants who do not have a job offer. Due to the high competition rate of immigration to Canada, if you do not get a job offer when you apply, you are very unlikely to be selected.
As such, it is most important to obtain a stable job when it comes to employment and skill migration. In most cases, the Express Entry system first calculates the score, and if the score is satisfied, the Express Entry is taken as it is, and if the score is insufficient, additional points can be received through the PNP program to pass the Express Entry. Otherwise, you can obtain a permanent residency through other non-Express Entry PNP programs, which is administered by each state, not through Express Entry. So, wouldn’t an individual simply contact a Canadian company directly to get a job? Well, things are not that simple. In most cases, employers seeking to hire foreign workers in Canada must undergo a Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). This is a very complex and difficult process to investigate whether the economic effects of hiring foreign workers will not adversely affect the Canadian economy. Because of this, business owners who prepare LMIA on their own often fail or give up on the way. At HSM, we work on job-matching as well as helping employers pass the LMIA. All processes are provided as one consistent service, and the progress of each process can be monitored by customers. Service fees are charged for each step, and if you do not want to proceed further, you can get a refund except some legal fees.