飞出国：PEI PNP 爱德华王子岛省提名技术移民关键性工人类别主要面向 卡车司机，客户服务代表，劳动者，食品和饮料服务器和家务助理（truck drivers, customer service representatives, labourers, food & beverage servers and housekeeping attendants）等 NOC Skill Level C，D 职业申请人，这些申请人只需要高中学历或岗前培训就可以从事，因此 PEI 要求这里申请人不仅有永久雇主offer，而且已经在 PEI 全职工作6个月以上，同时具有 CLB 4 级语言成绩及近5年内2年相关工作经验。年龄 21-59 周岁之间都可以申请。
PEI PNP LABOUR IMPACT CATEGORY Critical Worker Stream - Flyabroad
Prince Edward Island Employers that have hired a foreign worker may support that worker to obtain permanent residency to Canada through the PEI PNP Critical Worker Stream. The PEI PNP helps to facilitate filling labour market shortages through enabling foreign workers to apply to become permanent residents. The job being offered must fall under the National Occupational Classification (NOC) skill level C or D which requires the completion of a minimum of 12 years of education - equivalent to a high school diploma or on the job training. The Critical Worker Stream is a pilot program to be reviewed annually for both the impact on the industries represented and the occupations selected to participate. There are five occupations currently included in the pilot program: truck drivers, customer service representatives, labourers, food & beverage servers and housekeeping attendants. Furthermore, specific criteria must be satisfied to be nominated under the program.
Critical Worker Selection Criteria - flyabroad
Under the Critical Worker Stream, the applicant must flyabroad:
- Have a full-time, long-term (i.e. permanent or minimum of 2 years) job offer from a Prince Edward Island employer at a NOC skill level C or D in one of the following occupations; truck driver, customer service representative, labourer, food & beverage server or housekeeping attendant.
Have worked a minimum of 6 months full-time for the Prince Edward Island employer.
- Have a valid work permit.
- Have legal status in country of residence.
- Be able to attend an interview at the Office of Immigration, if required.
- Possess a minimum education of high-school equivalent.
- Be between 21 and 59 years of age.
- Have at least two years of full-time work experience or relevant education within the past five years.
- Provide a valid [language test] of Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB)/Niveaux de compétence linguistique canadiens (NCLC) 4 in each of the 4 categories (listening, reading, writing and speaking) is required.
- Demonstrate sufficient settlement supports and financial resources as indicated by transferable funds in order for the applicant and family to pay the immigration costs, travel expenses and other settlement expenses to be able to establish in Prince Edward Island.
- Demonstrate genuine intention to settle in Prince Edward Island.
The employer is responsible for ensuring - fcgvisa:
- Employment is full-time (training, internship or apprenticeship positions that terminate on a specific date will NOT be considered).
- Employment contract is for a permanent position or minimum length of 2 years.
- Employment in the intended occupation is consistent with the applicant’s ability to perform the job based on the applicant’s education, training and/or experience.
- Employment terms and conditions meet all applicable provincial and federal employment workplace standards and the comparable industry wage rate.
- Employment of the applicant does not contravene existing bargaining unit agreements or employment disputes.
- Employment is in Prince Edward Island.
- Employment that requires provincial licensing or accreditation has been verified to ensure the applicant has the necessary credentials to be eligible to work in the occupation in Prince Edward Island.
- Employment contract is provided, which includes the terms and conditions of the full-time job offer, signatures of the authorized signing officer of the company, and the employee (applicant) accepting the offer and conditions of employment.
- Settlement support is provided to the applicant and the family to help them establish.
- Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) is provided, where applicable.
- Attendance at an interview at the Office of Immigration, if required.
- Documentation is provided to demonstrate effort to recruit for the intended profession has been unsuccessful within Canada and the position is critical to the operation of the employers business.