Revision in pre-arranged employment makes potential immigrants cautious
Pre-arranged employment makes the process easier for Immigrants
Immigrants selected under skilled worker category have to have a “pre-arranged employment” for being selected by the Officials for Immigration. The job should come from e genuine employer who is approved by Human Resource Skills and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC).
Arranged employment is actually reflects an offer by a Canadian employer which should be for a permanent position.
Such an offer helps an immigrant to get “permanent residency status” but it has not role to play in getting a work permit to the immigrant. Hence an immigrant can work only if Citizenship and Immigration Canada provides him with a “work permit”.
• If you hold an offer letter from a Canadian employer then you will be eligible to qualify even if your occupation is not on the Priority List at the time of application.
• It helps you getting a “Permanent residency status and accelerates the process of application.
• It will bring you 10 more point while your application is being gauged.
In case you are not offered any job by an employer in Canada then your application may get restricted and returned. The government has a capping on the number of applicants who can enter the nation without a job or an offer. At the moment, this is limited to about 20,000. This number keeps fluctuating as per the policy of the government. Hence those potential immigrants who do not have an offer from the employer in Canada might not get a chance to apply for immigration in spite of bets of qualifications and experience.
Out of these 20,000 a maximum of 1,000 applications for Federal Skilled Workers would be considered for every profession (of the listed 29 occupations) every year.
Looking at these numbers one can easily conclude that a potential immigrant or applicant who have adequate experience and the capacity to contribute to the economic growth of the nation would have a bleak possibility of getting entry merely because he does not hold an offer letter from Canadian employer.
With such low numbers of application being accepted and processed the possibility of good skilled workers entering the nation is quite bleak, leaving the immigrants and the employers of Canada with limited options to explore.