Some ABL Jobs Could Help Your Permanent Resident Application In Canada:

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In 2021, Canada has expanded its Permanent Residence pathway for graduates and essential workers.

Under this temporary pathway program to Permanent Residency in Canada, ABL has many suitable work opportunities that will help you reach your minimum hours.  You can learn more about the program’s details here:

Canada’s Temporary to Permanent Residence Pathway For Graduates, Essential Workers Opens Noon Thursday

Program Details:


When:

This program is effective from May 6, 2021 until November 5, 2021.

The portal will remain open until November 5th, or until the maximum number of applications is reached.

Why: 
The new pathways are being touted as vital to bolster Canada’s healthcare system and industries providing essential services, particularly during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Who:
Canada will be accepting:

  • 20,000 applications for temporary workers in health care;
  • 30,000 applications for temporary workers in other selected essential occupations, and;
  • 40,000 applications for international students who graduated from an eligible Canadian institution
  • Three additional streams with similar eligibility criteria have also been launched for French-speaking and bilingual candidates, but there is no maximum number of applications for those who speak French.

Workers already in Canada: essential, non-health care

  • Number of applications that will be accepted: 30,000
  • Number of applications that have been submitted: 11,264 (Last update: 2021-06-01 13:09)
  • The new pathways to permanent residency open up a broad category of occupations now deemed essential, including many in such areas as manufacturing and food processing.

Details:

English-speaking temporary foreign workers applying for permanent residence under the two streams for them must have worked full-time for at least one year -or the equivalent in part-time experience (1,560 hours) in Canada, in an eligible occupation listed in either the A or B streams within the past three years. 

The occupations deemed essential under the B stream are:
(ABL specialties are bolded)

NOC           Occupation
Code

6622      Store shelf stockers, clerks and order fillers

7235      Structural metal and plate-work fabricators and fitters

7237      Welders and related machine operators

7452      Material handlers

7511      Transport truck drivers

7514      Delivery and courier service drivers

7522      Public works maintenance equipment operators and related workers

7534      Air transport ramp attendants

7535      Other automotive mechanical installers and servicers

7611      Construction trades helpers and labourers

7612      Other trades helpers and labourers

7621      Public works and maintenance labourers

8612      Landscaping and grounds maintenance labourers

8613      Aquaculture and marine harvest labourers

1511      Mail, postal and related workers

1512      Letter carriers

1513      Couriers, messengers and door-to-door distributors

6421      Retail salespersons

6731      Light duty cleaners

6732      Specialized cleaners

6733      Janitors, caretakers and building superintendents

8432      Nursery and greenhouse workers

9461      Process control and machine operators, food and beverage processing

9462      Industrial butchers and meat cutters, poultry preparers and related workers

9463      Fish and seafood plant workers

9465      Testers and graders, food and beverage processing

6551      Customer services representatives – financial institutions

6552      Other customer and information services representatives

9617      Labourers in food and beverage processing

9618      Labourers in fish and seafood processing

Those applying under the worker streams must also:

  • be employed in Canada in any occupation at the time that the application for permanent residence is received;
  • have attained Level 4 proficiency in either official language;
  • live in Canada with valid temporary resident status;
  • be willing to live in a province or territory other than Quebec, and;
  • have applied online.


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