How to work in Canada.
To do so, immigrants must go through one of the three procedures listed below:
The first option is to apply through the Federal Skilled Worker Program. If you are a temporary worker, you can only apply for permanent residency under this program if your job is permanent.
This scenario is referred to as “arranged employment.” In the meantime, the applicant must also meet the necessary criteria to qualify for permanent residency under this program.
Provincial Nominee Program (PNP):
Under this type of program, temporary workers become permanent residents through nomination. When an immigrant is nominated, he or she is eligible for permanent residency.
Each province has its own provincial nomination program. Immigrants wishing to come to Canada must prove that they intend to reside in the province from which they are applying.
Canada Experience Class
This is another opportunity for temporary workers to change their status to permanent resident. Candidates who wish to apply for permanent residency through the CEC must have at least two years of Canadian work experience.