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Canada Work Visas

 

All jobs in Canada advertised on JobContax, come with visas attached. Due to the shortage of experienced skilled Construction and Engineering professionals in Canada, suitable foreign nationals are being offered either Federal Skilled Workers (FSWP) Visas or Employer sponsored Visas. Irish and UK nationals also have the option of International Experience Canada (IEC) Visas.

JobContax has relocated dozens of Construction and Engineering professionals to Canada over the past couple of years. The process for such candidates can take as little two months from application to receipt of Visa. We work directly with the Canadian employers responsible for the jobs and there is very little paper work for you to deal with.

Federal Skilled Workers (FSWP) Visas 

Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) has announced that the new points system for the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) will take effect on May 4th, 2013. At that time, the program will begin accepting applications to its Skilled Worker category.

 

 

JobContax and Canadian Working Visas

Working with both individuals and corporate clients, JobContax has extensive experience dealing with the Canadian visa process. Our Canadlian partners are able to use their local knowledge, offering fast and friendly services tailored specifically to your needs.

Relocation is a big step and is important to get it right first time, every time. You need expert advice and support throughout your case - from applying for the visa to employer sponsorship requirements. JobContax can do it all.