Arranged Employment

Arranged Employment (AE) is one of the six selection factors under the Federal Skilled Worker category. It is one of the Fast-Track Options as well for Canadian Permanent Residency as well under the three ways to qualify for a Canada Permanent Resident Visa through the Federal Skilled Worker category.

Canadian employers are always in need of skilled professionals. Most of the times, the employers need the service of the skilled professionals on a long term basis and therefore the Canadian employer issues a genuine and indeterminate Job Offer to the Foreign Skilled Worker who may be already in Canada under the Temporary Visa or outside of Canada. The Job Offer is validated by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) (Refer the following table for exceptions) before the foreign national applies for Permanent Residency.

The following table shows the various conditions of getting the Arranged Employment:

If

And

You currently work in Canada on a temporary work permit. Your work permit is valid at the time of the permanent resident visa application and at the time the visa is issued.

And

Your employer has made an offer to employ you on an indeterminate basis if the permanent resident visa is issued.

You currently work in Canada in a job that is exempt from confirmation by Human Resources and Social Development Canada (HRSDC) under an international agreement or a significant benefit category (for example, an intra-company transferee). Your work permit is valid at the time of your application for a permanent resident visa and at the time the visa is issued.

And

Your employer has made an offer to employ you on an indeterminate basis if your permanent resident visa is issued.

You do not currently have a work permit and you do not intend to work in Canada before you have been issued a permanent resident visa. You have a full-time job offer that has been approved by HRSDC.

And

Your employer has made an offer to give you a permanent job if your permanent resident visa is issued.

And

You meet all required Canadian licensing or regulatory standards associated with the job.

Do you know that AE provides the applicant with up to an additional 15 points (10 points for Arranged Employment and 5 points under the Adaptability Factor) towards Citizenship and Immigration Canada”s (CIC) selection factors requirement of 67 points under the Federal Skilled Worker Class?

For more information and eligibility requirement please Contact us or complete the Assessment Form and email us.