Canada is jobseekers’ favorite after US freezes job visas

Canada shines as the next best choice after US denies visas

Canada new immigrant destination

Ever since the US has closed the doors on immigrants by suspending the issuance of employment visas for the rest of 2020, migrants have been looking up to Canada as the next best option.

Canada’s Global Talent Stream (GTS) was created in 2017. Since then, 40,000 people have utilized the stream. They have arrived and worked in Canada in various tech roles. These include web designers, software engineers, computer engineers, and graphic designers.

Under the GTS, the skilled immigrant workers will get a Canada work visa within 2 weeks. They just need to get an LMIA (Labor Market Impact Assessment) approval. That process will take close to 2 weeks.

To find the workers they need via the GTA, the Canadian employers must submit an application with the LMIA. They need not advertise the worker requirements when they are associated with the LMIA. This goes different from the normal practice of showing the federal government that the employer had advertised the job vacancy but couldn’t find the required candidates from the local Canadian population.

The appeal of the GTS has definitely increased in recent days after the US President’s visa freezing decision. Contrary to the US policy, Canada has ever been keen to welcome skilled and talented immigrants. The immigrants can arrive in the country through Canada immigration. They can join prospective jobs and have the opportunity to settle down in Canada. This brings about a healthy exchange that leads to the development of the Canadian economy.

If you are looking to Study, Work, Visit, Invest or Migrate to Canada, talk to Y-Axis, the World’s No.1 Immigration & Visa Company.

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