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How to Get Job in Canada From Saudi Arabia

How to get job in Canada from Saudi Arabia 2020

 Know How to apply for a job in Canada from Saudi Arabia

Canada has been the choice of immigration for millions of people around the globe. What makes Canada one of the best locations in the world to settle is the advanced infrastructure, improved standard of living and low crime rate all with the package of cultural diversity and warm reception received by the Immigrants. Further, if you are moving from a gulf country to Canada you will find liberal and democratic setting even more enticing. But, the best aspect of migrating to Canada is the Permanent Residency (PR) status of Canada.   It is the status of the immigrant living in Canada and is allotted for a period of five years.

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Permanent Residency (PR) status is a family visa which allots the candidate with the right to live, work and study in Canada. The Permanent Residency (PR) status provides candidate with rights which ae very similar to full Canadian citizen and the candidate can apply for the Canadian citizenship after staying in Canada for a period of two years.

Since, the candidates are allotted the Permanent Residency (PR) status after careful scrutiny of the candidate, the employers of Canada consider it is a safe portal for recruitment of the employees as the employees who will be Permanent Residency (PR) status holders will be mentally and physically fit to work and will also be skilled and educated candidates.

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Why Permanent Residency (PR) status is better than a work permit for a person from Saudi Arabia?

If you are moving from Saudi Arabia to Canada, then it is very integral that the choice of visa is done after careful scrutiny and analysis.The choice of Permanent Residency (PR) status is better than a work visa or temporary visa as the benefits that the Permanent Residency (PR) status entails are myriad and provide the candidate with the benefits which the work visa or any other business visa etc. doesn’t hold. The work visa comes with an expiry date thus the candidate can lose his / her job after the expiry of the work visa but Permanent Residency (PR) status allots the candidate with the right to apply for the Canadian citizenship after staying in Canada for two years thus the job security is much higher for a Permanent Residency (PR) status holder and for this reason as well some employers opt for the Permanent Residency (PR) status holders for their work employment.

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How can someone from Saudi Arabia apply for the Permanent Residency (PR) status of Canada?

There are many pathways to choose from when you are planning to migrate from Saudi Arabia to Canada but the three most popular pathways of immigration to Canada are –

  • Express Entry Program – It is an online selection system which was started by the Government of Canada in 2015 to increase the influx of skilled candidates in Canada. The evaluation of the candidates under this category happens through point system measurement in which the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) tool is used to calculate the points of the candidate through Age, language, education, work experience and adaptability calculation. The minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score is determined by the IRCC (Immigration Refugee and Citizenship Canada) through Express Entry draws and all those candidates who qualify the minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score ranking are sent Invitations to Apply (ITA).
  • Provincial Nominee Program(PNP) – It is selection system in which the Permanent Residency (PR) status is allotted to a candidate for a particular province for which the eligibility has been met by the candidate. The candidate should note that the eligibility criteria for every province is different and the province for which the eligibility is met the candidate receives the Permanent Residency (PR) status for that province only. Most of the provinces give high importance to occupation in –demand in their region at the time of selection of candidates.
  • Quebec Skilled Workers Program(QSWP) – it is an immigration selection program for the Quebec region only.  Under this system also the evaluation of the candidate is done on point system basis. The approval of the candidate for the Permanent Residency (PR) status is done in two stages – when candidates gets approval from the Quebec region (receives selection certificate of Quebec) and second stage when the approval is sought from the federal government. Huge importance is paid to the French language in this region.

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Work Opportunities in Canada for People from Saudi Arabia

Canada places huge importance to skilled and young immigrants I their domain. The idea is that the candidate finds employment as soon as one settles in Canada, hence the immigrant needs to be educated, skilled, trained and experience. The work culture in Canada is of team work and collaboration thus the candidate should work on these qualities even before migrating. It is good to be hard work but as an employee it is equally important that the candidate works harmoniously with his team mates.   Moreover, there are certain provinces in Canada which have particular professions in demand thus as an aspiring candidate one should choose the province of immigration wisely after careful analysis of the occupation in-demand and the skills and profession of the candidate. Some of the Provinces and their occupations are listed below:

  • IT professionals – there is a huge demand in Ontario, Manitoba, British Columbia and Nova Scotia
  • Nurses – the profession of nurses is sought after in Nova Scotia.
  • Chartered Accountants- they are most wanted in the regions like British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario
  • Software Engineers- for people of this field the best provinces to shift are in Nova Scotia, Saskatchewan, British Columbia and Ontario.
  • Doctors- Employment opportunities for Doctors are prolifically present in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Newfoundland and Ontario.
  • Indian lawyers- lawyers have a huge demand market in Provinces like Saskatchewan, Alberta and Manitoba.
  • Food Technologist-The Job Market for this profile is highly in demand in Nova Scotia and Saskatchewan.

A candidate can also change is profession after migration but it is advisable that at least 24 months the profession of previous skills is undertaken by the candidate. LATEST UPDATE ON IMMIGRATION TO CANADA 2018

How can a candidate look for jobs in Canada even before migrating?

 A smart candidate always plans ahead and is well prepared for all the situations. The best way is to start looking for a job in Canada even before you migrate to Canada through various modes so that as soon as you land in Canada you can start the process of giving interviews. The best way of looking for a job in Canada before migration is online portal, you can start applying for jobs in Canada before migration through online mode and can further your contacts through LinkedIn and meetup.com. having good contacts can sometimes have a positive impact for the candidate and can help me land a good job in the nick of the time. Also, it is good if the candidate works on resume building is ready with a presentable resume, which is in- line with the standards of the Canadian employers before migration.

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