New year, new goals. This is very common among people every time a new year starts, so it is very common that many Colombians are about to start a new life outside the country this 2023.
Canada is one of the preferred countries for Colombian citizens looking to live, work and study abroad To improve the standard of living of them and their families.
For this reason, Canada expects many more people to immigrate to its territory this year and wants to strengthen the North American country’s workforce, which is normally made up of people from Latin American countries. Foreign workers speak of very good working conditions in that country, so more and more immigrants are looking for opportunities there.
because of this reason, influencer Natalia Perea, dedicated to creating exclusive content on life in Canada, in the last hours published a video of new calls that will be in Canada Quebec, one of the most important provinces of the North American country, has many vacancies available for foreigners. Especially for the Colombians, who are a large colony in that part of Canadian territory.
For this reason, Colombians wishing to work in Canada will have to register from January 24 to February 27. At the moment, the specific status of the jobs is not known, but the areas are known, so applicants for jobs are invited to create their username and password on the platform where they can apply to the vacancies.
The areas of these jobs are as follows:
3. Fabrication and Machining,
6. social services
7. educational child care services
8. Information Technology.
Colombians who are interested in participating in this call are required to visit https://moncompte.quebecentete.com/fr/connexion and enter their personal data and the sector of work in which they wish to work. It is important to note that the application must be completed in either English or French, which are spoken languages and required to work in Quebec.
Once a job is available, applicants will be able to apply on the website. In the event that the foreigner meets the requirements and is shortlisted, they will have to attend an interview in the first days of April.
How much does it cost to move to Canada?
Emigration is one of the motivations of Colombians and other citizens of countries in the region that has been increasing in recent years. And although the United States is usually the first choice for many people, Canada is a country sought after by students and those seeking a “quiet” life.
Well, there are several programs to manage the live season, or even to obtain permanent residency in Canada, and depending on which way you want to move to the North American country, the cost varies. Because some do not require you a lot of money, and some others if they require a large amount of money.
Entry programs into Canada from Job Calls are those that require less investment money, and according to the regulations of the Government of Canada and the different provinces where they want to reach, workers only need some savings to settle during the first . months or weeks in the country.
Even then, study programs are usually the most expensive, because in addition to the tuition money at the educational center, it is also necessary to demonstrate money so that the student can support himself during the duration of the school program. In spite of everything, this is the most plausible route to obtain permanent residency.
In addition to visa and transportation costs, people who have a guaranteed job offer in Canada must have money to support themselves during the first months, the Government of Canada demands a minimum amount in order to accept applicants entering the National Territory. does, This depends on the length of time the person will be in Canada, so if they are a student, they will need to show around C$10,000, and if they are accompanying, the amount goes up.
for work permit, Processes cost a little over 155 Canadian dollars, Temporary Residence Permit about 200 CAN$, Study Permit about 150 CAN$, Express Entry Program 1,365 CAN$; Among other costs that can be found on the Government of Canada website, the Canadian Embassy in Colombia and other official channels.