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Canada has become one of the destinations Mexican workers want to migrate temporarily or permanently in search of new opportunities and high paying jobs, In the North American nation, they not only see Mexicans for agricultural work, but also provide services such as translators or physicians.
Before getting a dream job in Canada, like trying candy for $100,000 a year, Mexicans need to keep several things in mind: the main thing is that it’s a country where Two languages are spoken, English and FrenchAlthough the latter is only in the province of Quebec, located in the northeast of the country.
What is required to work in Canada?
foreign Ministry (SRE) states that each province in Canada has its own rules regarding immigration. Similarly, the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare (STPS) establishes guidelines Temporary Agricultural Workers Program (PTAT).
The Consulate General of Mexico in Montreal stated that temporary jobs in Canada are divided into skilled (requiring academic training) and unskilled (requiring manual skill or technical preparation). mostly hiring process You need the following.
Basic requirements to work in Canada:
- Have a valid passport.
- Proposal must be supported by Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC)
- Apply for a temporary work visa.
- Apply for work permit.
The Mexican office in Canada recalls that a work permission It is a document prepared by an immigration officer, for the purpose that foreigners can access a vacancy. to get it, labor market impact assessment (LMIA), which is generated by ESDC.
Requirements to get a work permit in Canada:
- The worker must show that he has money to meet his personal expenses.
- Does not have a criminal record and does not pose a threat to Canadian security.
- enjoy good health.
- Declare that you will leave the country when the permit is issued.
- Work for an ESDC-eligible employer.
- Deliver any documents requested.
What is required to work as a daily wage laborer in Canada?
For its part, the SAWP also establishes a series of guidelines for Mexican daily wage workers seeking temporary employment in Canada, among which are: Male or female, between 22 and 45 years of age, with a minimum of third year of primary school and maximum of third year of secondary schoolMarried or financially dependent.
In accordance with the provisions of the Government of Mexico and the authorities of Canada, Mexican daily wagers only have access to a maximum stay of eight monthsWhere they are kept on various farms, where they have the right to guarantee of good housing, salary and job besides private medical insurance.