How to retain your foreign workers?

In June 2014, the government implemented changes to the temporary foreign worker program. Companies now can hire only up to 10% of foreign workers. A non obligation assessment can be made free of charge to see if your employee now or in the near future is eligible for any of the permanent resident programs offered by the Canadian government. Processing a Permanent Residence can take several months so it is better to act now.  Our Immigration Experts will be happy to assess your foreign workers’ profiles for free under the Federal Programs and Provincial Nominees Programs:

1)AINP Alberta Skilled Workers / Low Skilled Workers (Food and Beverage Processing, Hotels, Food Service, Manufacturing, Trucking)


2.1)Skilled Workers

2.2.1)BC Low Skilled workers (All NOC codes in Northeastern BC )

2.2.2)BC Low Skilled workers ( the tourism/hospitality, food processing and long-haul trucking)

3)Saskatchewan PNP

3.1)Skilled Workers

3.2)Low Skilled Workers (Food/Beverage Server (NOC 6453), Food Counter Attendant/Kitchen Helper (NOC 6641), Housekeeping/Cleaning Staff (NOC 6661)

Long Haul Truck Driver )

4)NS PNP: Skilled Wokers

5)Manitoba All skilled Occupations 

6)NB PNP: Skilled Workers

7) NL PNP : Skilled Workers

8)Ontario PNP : Skilled Workers

9)PEI PNP: Skilled Workers,  Low Skilled Workers (truck driver, customer service representative, labourer, food & beverage server or housekeeping attendant)

10)Yukon PNP: Skilled Workers , Low Skilled Workers ( all )

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