Canada needs Skilled Workers. And just what skills are in demand? Primary Production Managers, Insurance Adjusters and Claims Examiners, Physiotherapists, Medical Radiation Technologists, Dental Hygienists & Dental Therapists, Chefs, Cooks, Restaurant and Food Service Managers, Contractors and Supervisors, Carpentry Tradesmen and many others. Canada welcomes an average of 240,000 immigrants to its shores each and every year. Skilled Workers are in demand all over the country. "How To Immigrate To Canada For Skilled Workers" will help Skilled Worker applicants to understand the requirements to successfully apply for immigration to Canada, help them in being aware of common issues and problems that can arise in the process, and make plain some of the costs and hurdles that they can expect to encounter along the way. Skilled Worker applicants will learn who is eligible to apply; how the application process works; the range of information that they can expect to gather and provide; the pros and cons of using an immigration representative; and expectations for the post-application process and other essential information. Additionally, this book provides an overview of Skilled Worker nomination programs offered by the Provinces and Territories. These programs can give applicants an extra advantage by directing their skills to regions of Canada where they are most needed.
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