NSNP Skilled Worker 雇主担保类别对雇主资格的要求-飞出国
- 在 NS 实际注册
- 在 NS 成功运营2年以上
- 对提名 C，D 类职业的需要雇员已经实际工作6个月以上
- 对 C 类职业很可能需要向劳工部申请 LMIA
Criteria and Requirements for the Employer - NSNP SW flyabroad
The business must have a permanent establishment in Nova Scotia.
The Office of Immigration accepts applications from workers with employers in the public sector and not-for-profit organizations with a permanent establishment in Nova Scotia. A not-for-profit organization must be registered under the Societies Act and demonstrate financial ability and stability to support the position on a long-term basis.
The employer’s business must have been in active operation in Nova Scotia for at least two years and be in good standing with provincial occupational health and safety and labour authorities and not be in violation of the Immigration, Refugee and Protection Act (IRPA) or Immigration, Refugee and Protection Regulations (IRPR).
Employers must pay the federal employer compliance fee when hiring foreign nationals unless exempt. See www.cic.gc.ca/english/work/employers/hire-how.asp for further information. Employer must have a history of good workplace and business practices, and must be compliant with all applicable laws and regulations.
Most employers who wish to recruit and hire foreign workers for employment in Nova Scotia must obtain a Foreign Worker Employer Registration Certificate from Labour Standards. (see http://novascotia.ca/lae/employmentrights/FW/ForeignWorker_Employer_Registration_Information.asp) Employers cannot make deductions from wages or salaries for business costs such as bringing a foreign worker to Canada.
Employment agencies and similar placement firms cannot act as an employer unless they are establishing a full-time permanent employer-employee relationship with the applicant themselves. Deviation or violation of these obligations will result in the Office of Immigration’s refusal to accept NSNP applications by workers employed with such employers.
The employer must make a full time, permanent job offer for a job preferably for a NOC Level O, A or B.
The job, located in Nova Scotia, must:
- have compensation in the form of salary that meets provincial employment standards and the provincial wage range. (see www.jobbank.gc.ca/wage-outlook_searcheng.do?reportOption=wage),
- be a position which has a shortage of qualified permanent residents or Canadian citizens to fill the position,
- not contravene any existing bargaining unit agreements, labour agreements/standards or involved in any employment disputes.
The NSNP will consider selected jobs defined as NOC C based on local labour market requirements and conditions, and six (6) months of work with the Nova Scotia employer supporting the application.
Consideration for NOC D occupations is based on the criteria listed under the section “Occupations” in this guide.