In view of the ongoing COVID-19 situation we would like to inform all existing clients and the general public that Hansen & Company remains open for business as usual. We are providing fingerprint services, professional photography services and we are approved to do US notary.
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New pathway to permanent residency for over 90,000 essential temporary workers and international graduates in Canada!
Effective May 6, 2021, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) will begin accepting applications under the following 3 streams:
• Temporary workers in health care: 20,000 applications
• Temporary workers in other selected essential occupations: 30,000 applications
• International students who graduated from a Canadian institution: 40,000 applications
The streams will remain open until November 5, 2021, or until they have reached their limit. Up to 90,000 new permanent residents will be admitted under these 3 streams.
Temporary workers in health care
This stream is for temporary workers in health care who have at least one year of Canadian work experience in one of 40 different health care jobs, such as specialist physicians, nursing coordinators and supervisors, occupational therapists, pharmacists, social workers, and home support workers etc.
Temporary workers in other selected essential occupations
This stream is for temporary workers in other selected essential occupations who have at least one year of Canadian work experience in one of 95 pre-approved essential jobs, such as cashiers, service station attendants, plumbers, general farm workers, home childcare providers, laborers in food and beverage processing etc.
International students who graduated from a Canadian institution
This stream is for international students who completed an eligible Canadian post-secondary program no earlier than January 2017 and can legally work in Canada.
International graduates and temporary workers must be currently employed in Canada (self-employed foreign nationals are not eligible) and intend to reside outside the province of Quebec. Graduates and temporary workers must demonstrate English or French language proficiency.
To promote Canada’s official languages, 3 additional streams with no intake caps have also been launched for French-speaking or bilingual candidates. Communities across Canada benefit from French-speaking and bilingual newcomers, and this pathway will contribute to the vitality of these Francophone minority communities.
For more details or how to apply, please contact us at 403 261 6890 or at: firstname.lastname@example.org