Marco Mendicino is finding ways to fill labour shortages in the tech industry through Immigration and Global Skills Strategy.
Just recently, the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship had an online meeting with IBM Canada to chat about the Global Skills Strategy and the plan to increase immigration levels over the next 3 years to help fill labour shortages in the tech industry.
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Now here is the tweet from the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship – Marco Mendicino
Today, I met with IBM Canada to chat about the Global Skills Strategy and our plan to increase immigration levels over the next 3 years to help fill labour shortages in our tech industry. pic.twitter.com/63iocygrbL— Marco Mendicino (@marcomendicino) February 9, 2021
Canadian Employers want to recruit top talent to work for their company and they want them to start the job as quick as possible. To help employers find these highly skilled workers faster, Canada has introduced the Global Skills Strategy (GSS). The strategy features faster application processing times, work permit exemptions as well as enhanced customer service.
All Foreign nationals who are eligible for the GSS must meet all eligibility requirements including providing police certificates if required and must submit all required documents along with their application. Not submitting the required documents means applications will not be processed in 2-weeks time.
Meanwhile, the Federal Skilled Trades Program has always been a sought after program for Canadian Immigration. Among the list of in-demand occupations under this program are Welders, Plumbers, Construction Workers, Mechanical Assemblers, Carpenters and so on and so forth.
To learn more about these types of Job and how to Immigrate to Canada through these occupations, I have created a video where you can watch below.
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