How To Find Work In Canada From UK
Beginnings in a new country are always difficult. I know, because I have several such beginnings behind me. How to find a flat? And work? Which bank account should I choose? Which bank to choose? With which operator to buy a phone number?
Where to get a tax number? How is healthcare? Aaaaa, help! The list of questions does not end, but calmly! We advise on how to find a job and embrace Canada.
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But let’s start with the fact that it is impossible to go to Canada with How To Find Work In Canada From UK – it is not the European Union that we can start work and live in any country. A visa with a work permit is needed here. The case is quite simple (compared to other types of visas, because generally it is a lot of fun with it) if you are under 35 years old.
Then you can apply for an IEC visa. We have already described how the whole process looks like, so I will not repeat myself, I am just sending you to the article. The matter is more complicated when you are more than 35 years old. I recommend then to study very carefully the site of Canadian Immigration (unfortunately it is not as great as New Zealand) and see what type of visa you can apply to your education and professional experience.
It is also worth taking an interest in the possibilities in various provinces, because they also have special programs depending on the industries in which they lack staff. Because, let us not kid ourselves, those who work in the job desired by Canadian employers have a high chance of getting a visa. A nice tool is a questionnaire that helps determine what type of visa the person can apply for.
This tool is not perfect, so I recommend to study the page from cover to cover anyway. Or consult with migration advisers.
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