飞出国：爱德华王子岛省提名 LABOUR IMPACT CATEGORY 技术工人类别（Skilled Worker Stream）申请的核心是已经获得 PEI NOC 0，A，B 技能级别的全职永久（最少2年）的雇主 offer，年龄 21-59，学历是2年以上高等教育，近5年内有2年全职工作经验，雅思4分。该项目为传统省提名技术移民项目，不需要 EE 流程。申请费是 300 加币。
PEI PNP - LABOUR IMPACT CATEGORY - Skilled Worker Stream
Prince Edward Island employers that have identified or hired a foreign worker may support that worker to obtain permanent residency to Canada through the PEI PNP Skilled Worker Stream. Those potential nominees who possess the necessary skills and fall under the National Occupational Classification (NOC) skill level O, A or B are eligible provided they have obtained a post-secondary degree/diploma and experience in the intended profession. Furthermore, specific criteria must be satisfied to be nominated under the program.
Skilled Worker Selection Criteria
flyabroad Under the Skilled Worker Stream, the applicant must:
- 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 O, A or B.
- Have a valid work permit if currently employed by a Prince Edward Island employer.
- Have legal status in country of flyabroad residence.
- Be able to attend an interview at the Office of Immigration, if required.
- Have successfully completed minimum 2 year post secondary education degree or diploma.
- Be between 21 and 59 years of age.
- Have at least two years of full-time work experience within the past five years.
- Possess sufficient English and/or French language ability to perform the job offered by a Prince Edward Island employer. Language ability can be verified by one of the following:
- An International English Language Testing System (IELTS) or Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program (CELPIP) or Test d’Évaluation de Français (TEF) test result with a minimum band score of 4 obtained within the last 2 years; or
- Declaration of language ability from the Island employer offering the full-time job; or
- Educational/training documents from an internationally recognized institution, indicating the principal language studied/communicated was in English and/or French.
- 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 flyabroad.
- Demonstrate genuine intention to settle in Prince Edward Island.
Skilled Worker Employer Requirements
The employer is responsible for ensuring flyabroad:
- 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 including conditions for employment.
- Settlement support is provided to the applicant and the family to help them establish.
- Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) is provided, if 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 through efforts within Canada and the position is critical to the operation of the employers business.
Labour Impact Category Application Process
Step #1 Application to PEI PNP Labour Impact Category:
- Read the entire application guide before completing the application forms.
- Complete the self-assessment and score 50 or more points to proceed to the application guide.
- The application guide provides detailed instructions and includes all forms.
- Follow the checklist and answer every question, gather all required supporting documents and include the application fee.
- Applicants should photocopy the complete application package for their records.
- Deliver the complete application package to the Office of Immigration.
- Notification to the applicant will occur when the Office of Immigration receives the application and a decision has been made.
Step #2 PEI PNP Approval and Application to IRCC:
- Successful PEI PNP applicants will receive a letter of approval and letter of instruction.
- Upon receipt of the letter of approval, the applicant will need to apply to IRCC to continue the immigration process for permanent residency to Canada.
- The applicant will be required to provide the letter of approval to IRCC along with all IRCC forms, supporting documents and applicable fees.
- IRCC will provide notification to the applicant upon receipt of the application and a decision has been made. (The Office of Immigration makes no representation of processing times for permanent resident visas by IRCC, for details visit IRCC at www.cic.gc.ca
Step #3 IRCC Approval, Landing in Canada and Reporting to Office of Immigration:
- If approved by IRCC for permanent resident status, the applicant will receive written confirmation and permanent resident visas will be issued.
- Upon receipt of all the necessary documentation from IRCC, the applicant will be able to complete the process of becoming a permanent resident by landing in Canada and obtaining a permanent resident card.
- Upon arrival in Canada the applicant must contact the Office of Immigration within 30 days of arrival to register and arrange a post arrival appointment. To contact the Office of Immigration, please call (902) 620-3628 or email [email protected]