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How easy is it for Africans to get Canada work permit after studying as International students?
In Career in Canada
stephane4love
Jul 27, 2020
Generally, the employment rate is Canada is one of the best in the world, sometimes better than the US. Getting a job in Canada is a simple demand and supply factor, how much your skills and specialty is demanded in the job market by employers. There are fields or skills that are in high demand than others. So you should ensure your skills and degree are relevant in the job market, find out what skills employers are seeking for and do everything you can during your study to acquire these skills. Volunteer, intern and gain as much experience as you can during your study, this will come in handy when you’re in the job market. There are some of the job fields international students operate in Canada after their study; Engineering (All the specialists fields like aerospace, electronics, power, oil & gas/energy, projects, chemical, etc). IT (Agile Project managers, software engineers, Network Security engineers, Cyber Security analysts, business analysts, AWS engineers, etc) Data (Database designers, data analysts, business intelligence, data engineers, artificial intelligence engineers, machine learning associates, etc) These and some other areas make it easy for international students to transition into the Canadian market because the skills are somewhat universal, thus if you’re already in this fields in your home country, coming to study in Canada in same fields and searching for jobs in same fields are relatively easy. Unlike more region-specific fields like medicine, finance, etc. These latter fields are regulated and would require you to obtain licenses and certification used in Canada before you qualify for jobs in the fields. Another issue is region or city. Most regions in Canada have job opportunities in some areas more than others. Cities like Vancouver, British Columbia; Toronto, Ontario; Montreal, Quebec; Calgary, Alberta; Edmonton, Alberta; Ottawa, Ontario; Fraser Valley, British Columbia; Victoria, British Columbia; Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario; Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Regina, Saskatchewan; Winnipeg, Manitoba are some of the top destinations for students and have the best average salaries for the same job profiles.
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This is how Africans can migrate to Australia via the point-based General Skilled Migration (Skillselect) program.
In Immigration in Europe
stephane4love
Jul 20, 2020
This is how the process works. PROCESS FOR SKILL SELECT: First you must obtain a Skill Assessment for the Nominated Occupation you are choosing to do. You also need to score in IELTS. Then lodge an Expression of Interest, once an Expression of Interest has been lodged, depending on which visa you apply for, you may receive an invitation to lodge a visa application, or an Australian Employer may contact you in relation to sponsorship and employment. If you receive an invitation you will have 60 days to lodge your visa application via the Skill Select Program. There is no fee for Skill Select and once you have submitted your Expression of Interest it is stored in Skill Select for two years. There are two stages involved in Skill Select which can be completed electronically: Stage 1: Skilled Migrants must submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) Stage 2: The best migrants in the Expression of Interest Pool will be invited by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection to apply for a Skilled Migration visa within 60 days You can apply for following PR Visas. • Skilled Independent visa (subclass 189) • Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190) Expression of Interest: An Expression of Interest (EOI) is required to be submitted under the Skill Select Stream. Points Tested: Skill Select is a points tested program and points are awarded based on your age, English language ability, qualifications, work experience, nomination/sponsorship (if applicable). General Skilled Migration Points Criteria: The current points criteria for General Skilled Migration is 60 points. Nomination of Occupation: You must nominate an occupation from the Skilled Occupations List (SOL or CSOL). Skilled Occupations List: The current Skilled Occupation List (SOL) is relevant for applicants for: independent points-based skilled migration who is not nominated by a state or territory government agency. Where to start: 1. Log on to www.skillselect.gov.au 2. Search for which visas best suit you 3. Check what you need to prepared for these visas 4. Start collecting all your information and evidence 5. Please do watch
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