About Corporate Migration

Corporate Migration

The decision to hire foreign workers or to decide to relocate to Canada is a very important one. Given the investment of time and resources that the Canadian Immigration Process requires, it may be the principal reason that you would require professional assistance. At Corporate Migration ventures INC we have lawyers working along side us to ensure that the process is as easy and quick as possible.

Additionally, Davis Immigration Law Office is located in the same building, so the firm is in the best position to advise us of any details that may be unique to your position. There’s no guesswork, we’ve got the resources you need to help you find and attract the right people for your business.

1. Know-how

An immigration application demands a high level of knowledge about Canadian immigration laws and policies. For many, it can be difficult to understand and they may feel more secure if their application is managed by an expert.

We will provide you with sound advice, custom tailored to your specific needs and goals.

2. Advice

Every case is different, and the special circumstances of each individual must be taken into consideration throughout the application process.

Canadian Government offices are overwhelmed dealing with the increasing volume of applications, and are unable to invest the time to provide advice on each individual case.

3. Time

Seemingly simple mistakes can be costly and greatly delay the application process.

We stay current on all the intricacies of each immigration program and can offer sound advice in all aspects of Canadian Immigration law to ensure you submit all of the required information and that the process moves as quickly as possible

For Workers

LOOKING TO RELOCATE TO, AND WORK IN CANADA?

We are looking for individuals that are english-speaking and at the top in their field who are interested in relocating to Canada.

It’s important to us that you are treated fairly throughout the process and our skilled team works to ensure you’ve got the best opportunities available to you based on your skill sets.

As a worker, you will not be charged any fees to be a part of our program. We will create an employment plan for you to highlight your skills and showcase your potential.

Here are the steps to take to get started:

  1. Compile your experience into a clear resume. Highlight your skills, education and employment history with both month and year each began and finished.
  2. Your resume is your opportunity to highlight your qualifications. Be sure to include all previous jobs. Gaps in a resume leave questions in the employers mind. If there was a legitimate reason indicate it in the relevant areas. For example, if you took six months off to care for children, make sure to include those details.
  3. Be Truthful, ensure the information is accurate.
  4. List all languages you speak and whether or not you can read and write in each language.
  5. List references that can be used to verify both your dates of employment and the skills that are included in your resume.
  6. The Canadian Government is very supportive of foreign worker recruitment and has fair rules in place to protect both you and the employer.

CANADIAN OCCUPATIONS IN DEMAND.

What Occupations are in demand in Canada?

Based on the needs of Canadian employers, the Federal Government has announced a new program that is specifically designed to alleviate the increasing economic pressures on the employers in Canada.

The new Federal Skilled Trades Program will begin accepting applications starting on January 2, 2013. Below is a list of of the selected and high demand skill sets that it is intended to target. The list below is not the inclusive list of occupations in demand.

Group A – Jobs with sub-caps of 100 applications each (and their corresponding 2011 NOC code)

  • 7202 Contractors and supervisors, electrical trades and telecommunications occupations
  • 7204 Contractors and supervisors, carpentry trades
  • 7205 Contractors and supervisors, other construction trades, installers, repairers and servicers
  • 7271 Carpenters
  • 7301 Contractors and supervisors, mechanic trades
  • 7302 Contractors and supervisors, heavy equipment operator crews
  • 8211 Supervisors, logging and forestry
  • 8221 Supervisors, mining and quarrying
  • 8222 Contractors and supervisors, oil and gas drilling services
  • 8241 Logging machinery operators
  • 8252 Agricultural service contractors, farm supervisors and specialized livestock workers
  • 9211 Supervisors, mineral and metal processing
  • 9212 Supervisors, petroleum, gas and chemical processing and utilities
  • 9214 Supervisors, plastic and rubber products manufacturing
  • 9231 Central control and process operators, mineral and metal processing
  • 9241 Power engineers and power systems operators
  • 9243 Water and waste treatment plant operators

 

Group B – no sub-caps (2011 NOC code)

  • 7231 Machinists and machining and tooling inspectors
  • 7233 Sheet metal workers
  • 7235 Structural metal and plate work fabricators and fitters
  • 7236 Ironworkers
  • 7237 Welders and related machine operators
  • 7241 Electricians (except industrial and power system)
  • 7242 Industrial electricians
  • 7243 Power system electricians
  • 7244 Electrical power line and cable workers
  • 7245 Telecommunications line and cable workers
  • 7246 Telecommunications installation and repair workers
  • 7251 Plumbers
  • 7252 Steamfitters, pipefitters and sprinkler system installers
  • 7253 Gas fitters
  • 7311 Construction millwrights and industrial mechanics
  • 7312 Heavy-duty equipment mechanics
  • 7313 Refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics
  • 7314 Railway carmen/women
  • 7315 Aircraft mechanics and aircraft inspectors
  • 7318 Elevator constructors and mechanics
  • 7371 Crane operators
  • 7372 Drillers and blasters – surface, mining, quarrying and construction
  • 7373 Water well drillers
  • 8231 Underground production and development miners
  • 8232 Oil and gas well drillers, servicers, testers and related workers
  • 9232 Petroleum, gas and chemical process operators

Looking to Recruit Foreign Workers?

Is your company experiencing difficulty finding local workers?

Corporate Migration Ventures can help you access new pools of potential employees. We’re experienced in bringing English-speaking workers from foreign countries to work for Canadian companies.

We collaborate with recruiting agencies in different countries, and work closely with organizations like the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA), in Manila. Because of this, we are able to navigate through a myriad of government rules and regulations, both in Canada and in the country the worker may originate from.

Without proper expertise, these rules and regulations can complicate or even prevent you from hiring the workers your company so desperately needs. Fortunately, we have a understanding of the processes and procedures in place. That way we can help you save time and money by doing things right the first time and avoiding costly mistakes. We have a rigorous screening process that allows us to identify the right individuals to meet your needs.

Find Great People

Our Difference – How we can help you find Great People

The reality for many Canadian employers is that the growth of our economy has not been matched by a comparable Canadian workforce expansion. As new job opportunities arise and technology shifts into high gear in many Canadian regions and industries, demand for employees exceeds supply. When time equals money the timing of finding workers is more important than ever. This is where we can help; by assisting Canadian employers need help finding more skilled workers.

As luck would have it, as a Canadian employer, you have some options and are not just limited to the Canadian workforce in your search for qualified employees. There’s a wealth of foreign skilled workers and professionals who want to call Canada home. Most people who are seeking work in Canada are highly motivated, to work your way and will be among the most loyal of your employees.

So let’s move onto to put to rest any reservations you may have about investigating this process. The process of finding and relocating a worker to your area is not as scary as you might think. It is really quite simple. You have two options you can find temporary workers or permanent workers.

All you need to get started is to offer a Job in Canada

The process is pretty straight forward! To get the process started you will need to write a job offer that contains the following:

  1. The Job title and description of the job including the outline of tasks
  2. Credentials required for the position be as specific as possible
  3. Details that outline the term of the position
  4. Wage details either salary, hourly and an outline of any other benefits you plan to offer
  5. Your (the employer’s) name and address, the location where the position will mainly work

What is a Recruiter License?

What should you know about Foreign Worker Recruiters?

First it is important to know that recruiters are not all the same. Each Provincial Government has a small number of recruiter licences that are available.

These licences are difficult to obtain and hold the recruiters to the highest standard of care of both the worker and the employer.

By April 1, 2009, anyone engaged in foreign worker recruitment in Manitoba is required to have a licence from the Employment Standards Branch.

This requirement results from the New Worker Recruitment and Protection Act, which increases protections for foreign workers.

Under legislation, a person or firm providing consultation, advice or representation to a person/client for a fee or other consideration must be an authorized representative as per definition explained above.

CMV holds a recruiter licence and adheres to all the parameters the Canadian Government has set out. It is also important to understand that these licensed recruiters are bound by the agreement and cannot charge the applicant (worker) any kind of fee for their participation in the selection process.

Questions Employers Frequently Ask

Information for Employers
Here are some important questions that employers regularly ask us.

It depends on the case, but the Provincial Government is dedicated to the program and is dedicated to the quickest service possible for employers. We understand that each week that goes by with a hole in your team means lost revenue. Uncomplicated cases can be completed in less than two months.

We work with a number of partners in foreign countries who comply with our very rigorous screening process for applicants. You will have some choices, we feel that the screening process eliminates those who aren’t serious and that we can feel confident the people selected will be loyal hard working employees.

No we can help you find anywhere from 1-100 employees, the fee is based per employee.

The first step is to contact us by email at david@corpmigration.com or by phone at 204- 956-2336. We will take the time to get to know your situation, company and what you ultimately need from us. We will take it from there.

Partner Organizations

Corporate Migration Venture has created strong partnerships with the following organizations to allow for the best possible experience for both the employer and the employee.

DAVIS IMMIGRATION LAW OFFICE

Is an organization that provides advice and guidance through the immigration process.

Suite 201 – 233 Portage Ave.
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
R3B 2A7

Telephone: (204) 956-2336 ext. 200
Fax: (204) 975-1655
Email – info@daviddavislaw.com

AQIUM INTERNATIONAL INC. (AQIUM)

AQIUM is an organization that helps us with the recruitment of workers from the Philippines to Canada. They are licensed through the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) to recruit and deploy workers for Overseas Employment including performing artists.

Unit 2-A 4K Plaza Bldg. 677 Shaw Boulevard, Kapitolyo, Pasig City
Telephone No: (+63 2) 637-3816, (+63 2) 636-5330, (+63 2) 633-2759
Fax. No.636-2996
Website: http://www.aqiumagency.com