Finding an Employer to Sponsor You
- check with the nearest Canadian embassy to see if there are any job fairs held by Canadian businesses in your region.
- search for any industry associations in your area that may host job fairs or trade shows that include Canadian businesses.
Similarly one may ask, how can I get sponsorship to work in Canada?
How do I come to Canada as a temporary foreign worker?
- You need to get a job offer from a Canadian employer before you apply.
- The employer must apply for a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) from Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC).
- ESDC will decide whether the employer can hire a foreign worker to fill the job.
One may also ask, can unskilled workers work in Canada?
Unskilled foreign workers can immigrate to Canada through the Semi-Skilled Worker Stream, a sub-category of the Provincial Nominee Program and is aligned to the Express Entry system.
Do you need sponsorship to work Canada?
In summary, employers that need to address skill shortages in Canada may seek to employ a foreign national by sponsoring a Canadian Visa. If you have an offer of employment from a Canadian employer, you may be eligible to apply for a Work Permit.
Who can sponsor me in Canada?
You must live in Canada to sponsor eligible relatives unless you:
- are a Canadian citizen who lives abroad and.
- plan to return to Canada when your relatives immigrate and.
- are sponsoring your:
- spouse or.
- common-law or conjugal partner or.
- dependent children who have no dependent children.