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Canada offers diverse opportunities to skilled workers and professionals. The country is an ideal place for youngsters seeking to carve bright and secure future. Canada is famous for professionalism in work places, non-biased culture, sustainable welfare schemes, free education for children, advanced healthcare facilities, respect for all culture and religions, several job opportunities in different domains, inclusive society and robust economy. These factors have made the country one of the most sought after places among Indians to look for jobs in Canada. The country has immigrant-friendly policies that make it favourite destinations among job seekers, students, skilled workers, entrepreneurs, professionals, trained technicians and so on. The Canadian immigration and work policies have been framed to accommodate immigrants and skilled workers into the country’s economy in a streamlined manner.
The employers and recruiters in Canada regularly look for ideal candidates for various profiles and professions. There are various occupational opportunities in Canada for trained workers in different domains like IT, hospitality, accounting, healthcare, Human Resource and so on. The government notifies such skilled professions and profiles in the National Occupational Classification (NOC) list in which skill levels O, A and B are highly acceptable. Entrepreneurs, investors and business men are supposed to meet basic legal requirements laid out by Canadian government. Interested candidates should have enough funds to invest in Canada.
Work Permit is an official authorization granted to a foreign skilled worker to get an employment for fixed tenure by a specific employer. The occupation selected by the candidate should be listed in the National Occupation Classification (NOC). The Work permit offers temporary work and stay status to candidates. Allotted initially for two years, the Work Permit in Canada can be extended after fulfilling terms and conditions by the employer and government.
Candidates should secure employment offer letter from Canadian employer supported by Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) issued by Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) to ensure authentic work permit or offers. It enables candidates and job seekers to submit an application for Temporary Work Permit in High Commission of Canada.
The set of basic documents, required for visa application, is as follows: • IELTS score • Educational certificates (Transcripts) • Passport • Updated CV • Work experience letters from previous employers • Proof of funds • Medical record/reports • Police verification

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