Agricultural Workers Program: How to go to work in Canada and earn thousands of pesos?

Agricultural Workers Program: How to go to work in Canada and earn thousands of pesos?

after the case A Mexican who claimed to earn 3,500 pesos a day by picking cherries Canada, Many people are interested to know how they can reach this type of job in that country.

To get started, we tell you that through Program called “Mexico-Canada Seasonal Agricultural Workers Program”The official way to have the possibility of maintaining the migrant movement of workers in a regulated, respectful and effective manner.

According to the official website of the Government of Mexico, as part of the programme, there is a periodic review of the operating rules, in which the various agencies participate. the governments of Mexico and Canada (both federal and provincial) that intervene in its operation, as well as its representatives Employers Association of the Provinces of Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia.

Proposed Vacancies and Requirements

As such, they are willing to join the Mexican Agricultural Worker Program. They should at least have experience in the cultivation and harvesting of vegetables, fruits, cereals, tobacco, trees and grasses, as well as horticulture, beekeeping and livestock sector work.

For their part, applicants will have to Be physically present in any of the 168 offices of the National Employment Service (SNE) throughout the national territory. In addition, they must meet all of the following requirements to qualify:

  • be of Mexican nationality and reside in the national territory
  • Be an agricultural laborer or farmer and live in rural area.
  • Have children and preferably be married or live in an independent union.
  • know how to read and write and have studied as much in the first year of high school

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Interested persons can get more details through the site http://www.gob.mx/stps/ The General Coordination of the National Employment Service of the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare, or call the free telephone number 01800841-2020 Or visit the offices of the National Employment Service in your state.