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Вот такую вот штуку обнаружил я в дебрях интернета. А вот тут таблица, где можно определить категорию.

http://www5.hrsdc.gc.ca/noc/english/noc/2011/html/matrix.html

  Do I need English to immigrate to Manitoba, Canada?
Job-ready English is required to apply to the MPNP.

To demonstrate their level of English proficiency, all applicants (except those currently working in Manitoba in NOC 0, A or B) must submit official results of an MPNP-approved language test taken no more than two years prior to the date you submit your MPNP Online application.

MPNP-approved language tests are: IELTS General and CELPIP-General (in Canada only) and, for French applicants, TEF.

From test scores, applicants are assigned language points based on a CLB (Canadian language benchmark), according to the MPNP CLB Language Grid (PDF).

CLB Calculators

Use a CLB Calculator to find out your CLB from your test scores.

Calculators are provided for ease of use, employing the same test score and CLB figures as the MPNP CLB Grid, which is the official program document.

Note: Applicants for semi and low-skilled occupations (NOC C and D) must achieve a minimum standard of CLB 4 in English and submit said test results with their provincial nominee application. NOC C and D jobs include lower-skilled workers in the trades, primary and manufacturing industries, sales and services, and certain clerical and assistant categories.

 

 

 

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Я лажу по сети, и нахожу разную инфу. Вот всё что касается новых правил получения LMIA

 

 

Discussion Forum: Government of Canada Overhauls the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (100K fine to Canadian companies violating the new rules and 5 years imprioned)
driver100 - 2014-08-16

Filed Under: Temporary Residency, Work Visa

On June 20, 2014, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (“CIC”) and the Ministry of Economic and Social Development Canada (“ESDC”) announced significant reforms to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (“TFWP”). The changes will affect all employers of Temporary Foreign Workers (“TFWs”) in Canada. Many of the changes take effect immediately, with the remainder being phased in over the next year in a half.

The reforms are comprehensive, and include the following:

Labour Market Impact Assessment Program

New Labour Market Information Assessment (“LMIA”) Replaces the Labour Market Opinion (“LMO”)

LMIA Application Fee of $1,000

Guaranteed 10-Day Processing For Certain Occupations

Dividing LMIAs into High-Wage and Low-Wage Positions

Cap on Low-Wage TFWs for Individual Companies

Refusing Low-Skilled LMIA Applications in Areas of High Unemployment in Some Occupations

Reducing the Duration of Low-Wage Work Permits

Introduction of Transition Plans for High-Wage Positions

Stronger Enforcement and Tougher Penalties

Increasing the Number and Scope of Inspections

Monetary Fines for Employers Who Break the Rules

International Mobility Programs (“IMP”)

IMP Replacing LMO-Exempt Work Permit Program

New Fee and Employer Compliance System

New Privilege Fee for Open Work Permit Applicants

Amending Provincial Annexes

International Experience Canada Program Being Restructured

Intra-Company Transfer Program – New Rules for Specialized Knowledge Applicants

As noted above, the Labour Market Opinion (“LMO”) program is being renamed the Labour Market Impact Assessment (“LMIA”). As well, the International Mobility Program (“IMP”) is replacing work permit applications which were previously classified as LMO-exempt.

Please note that what follows below provides only a summary of the changes. We have provided at the end of this newsletter a link to a 41-page Government of Canada PDF which provides a more comprehensive overview.

Labour Market Impact Assessment Program

New Labour Market Information Assessment (“LMIA”) Replaces the Labour Market Opinion (“LMO”)

In addition to current LMO recruitment and application requirements, the LMIA application will require that employers state the number of Canadians that applied for the position, the number of Canadians that the employer interviewed, and an explanation of why those Canadians were not hired.

In order to verify employer attestations, the Canada Job Bank will soon feature a Job Matching Service that will allow Canadians to apply directly through the Canada Job Bank for jobs that match their skills and experience. ESDC has stated that LMIA officers will thus be better aware of the number of potential applicants and how closely their skills align with available jobs, which presumably means that LMIA officers will have access to applicant information.

ESDC has also announced that starting in 2015 its officers will also be able to access Employment Insurance (“EI”) program data and other internal sources to accurately determine the availability of qualified Canadian workers. For example, LMIA program officers will know if employers requesting TFWs have recently laid-off Canadian workers. Additionally, program officers will be able to determine if employers are requesting TFWs in regions where there are unemployed Canadians with the appropriate skills. Finally, EI data will be used to help match unemployed workers with available jobs.

Finally, ESDC will be publishing a quarterly list of employers who received a positive LMIA. The objective is that if qualified Canadian applicants who applied for a position will be able to see if the company ultimately hired a TFW.

LMIA Fee of $1,000

Previously, a LMO cost $275.00 per position. Under the LMIA, the application fee is being increased to $1,000.00 for every TFW position that an employer requests. This increased fee is now in effect.

There will be no refund in the event of a negative LMIA, or if the employer cancels or withdraws the application. Employers requesting to have their LMIA application reconsidered as a result of a negative LMIA must submit a new application and processing fee for each position.

Additionally, ESDC will in the summer of 2015 be imposing an estimated $100 “privilege fee” on employers applying for LMIAs. This will in effect result in the LMIA fee being $1,100.00 per position.

Guaranteed 10-Day Processing For Certain Occupations

ESDC has announced that effective immediately LMIA applications for the highest-demand occupations (skilled trades), the highest-paid occupations (top 10 percent), or short-duration work periods (120 day or less) will now be processed within a 10-business-day service standard.

Dividing LMIAs into High-Wage and Low-Wage Positions

Previously, the LMO program was divided into High-Skilled and Low-Skilled positions based on the National Occupational Classification (“NOC”). Under the LMIA, wage levels will now replace the NOC system as the main criteria for administering the TFWP.

Jobs with wages below the provincial or territorial median wage will be considered “Low-Wage.” Jobs which pay at or above the provincial or territorial median wage will be considered “High-Wage.”

The current Median Hourly Wages by Province / Territory are:
Province/Territory Wage ($/hr)
Newfoundland and Labrador $ 20.19
Prince Edward Island $ 17.26
Nova Scotia $ 18.00
New Brunswick $ 17.79
Quebec $ 20.00
Ontario $ 21.00
Manitoba $ 19.00
Saskatchewan $ 21.63
Alberta $ 24.23
British Columbia $ 21.79
Yukon $ 27.93
Northwest Territories $ 32.53
Nunavut $ 29.96

It is important to note that this does not mean that Prevailing Wage for an individual position is being abolished. Rather, the High-Wage / Low-Wage distinction refers to the overall administration of the program. As noted below, there are important distinctions in how ESDC will process LMIA applications depending on whether they are High-Wage or Low-Wage.

Cap on Low-Wage TFWs for Individual Companies

Employers with 10 or more employees applying for a new LMIA are subject to a cap of 10 percent on the proportion of their workforce that can consist of Low-Wage TFWs.

TFWs currently working at work sites over the cap will be allowed to continue working at those sites until their existing work permits expire. As well, to provide employers who are above the 10 percent cap time to transition and adjust to this new cap, it will be phased in over the next couple of years. For those employers that currently have a Low-Wage TFW workforce that is above the cap, effective immediately, when those employers apply for a new LMIA they will be limited at 30% or frozen at their current level, whichever is lower. This transition measure will be further reduced to 20 percent beginning July 1, 2015 and reduced again to 10 percent on July 1, 2106.

Employers with fewer than 10 employees nationally, including the vacant positions they are considering to hire foreign workers for, are exempt from the cap requirement.

Refusing Low-Skilled Applications in Areas of High Unemployment in Some Occupations

ESDC will refuse to process certain LMIA applications in the Accommodation, Food Services and Retail Trade sectors. Specifically, ESDC will not process LMIA applications for employers if they meet all of the following criteria:

the employer is applying for an LMIA in a Statistics Canada economic region with an annual unemployment rate over 6%;

the employer is seeking an LMIA in a specific occupation identified under North American Industry Classification System as Accommodations & Food Service or Retail Sales; and

the employer is seeking an LMIA in an occupation in one of the following occupations:

Food Counter Attendants, Kitchen Helpers and Related Occupations ;

Light Duty Cleaners ;

Cashiers;

Grocery Clerks and Store Shelf Stockers;

Construction Trades Helpers and Labourers;

Landscaping and Grounds Maintenance Labourers;

Other Attendants in Accommodation and Travel;

Janitors, Caretakers and Building Superintendents;

Specialized Cleaners; and

Security Guards and Related Occupations.

Reducing the Duration Low-Wage of Work Permits

The duration of work permits for Low-Wage positions will be reduced from the current two-year standard duration to a one-year period.

As well, CIC will reduce the cumulative duration that Low-Wage foreign workers can work in Canada. The exact amount has not yet been specified.

Introduction of Transition Plans for High-Wage Positions

Employers seeking to hire High-Wage TFWs will now be required to submit Transition Plans to demonstrate how they will increase efforts to hire Canadians, including through higher wages, investments in training and more active recruitment efforts from within Canada. An employer will have to provide a Transition Plan for each position that it is seeking a LMIA for. The requirement that employers provide a Transition Plan has taken effect immediately.

Employers may be exempt from the Transition Plan requirement if they are hiring TFWs for positions which:

require unique skills (ESDC has stated that two examples include nuclear physicist and senior executives such as Chief Executive Officer);

have a limited duration of between:

1 and 120 days (ESDC has stated that two examples include emergency or warranty work repair technicians / mechanics); or

more than 120 days to a maximum of 2 year (ESDC has stated that two examples include project-based business consultant, specialized construction engineer).

As part of the Transition Plan, employers are required to conduct the all of the following:

General Requirements – Employers must conduct at least 3 distinct activities that are designed to recruit, retain, and train Canadian citizens and permanent residents;

Underrepresented Groups requirement – Employers must conduct at least 1 distinct activity to work with an organization serving underrepresented groups (Aboriginal peoples, youth, immigrants and persons with disabilities) to identify potential candidates for recruitment or training. This activity is additional to that conducted for the minimum recruitment and advertisement requirement. If the underrepresented group is the same, the activities must be different. If the activities are for the same group, they must be substantially different.

Permanent Resident Requirement – Employers must conduct at least 1 distinct activity that supports a TFW’s permanent transition to Canada. This activity could include assisting with language training.

Employers will be required to report on the results of the commitments they have made in their Transition Plan if they are selected for an inspection, or choose to re-apply for a subsequent LMIA for the same occupation and work location.

Stronger Enforcement and Tougher Penalties

Increasing the Number and Scope of Inspections

ESDC will be increasing the number of inspections that it conducts so that one in four employers using temporary foreign workers will be inspected each year.

ESDC has the authority to immediately inspect complaints of possible rule-breaking, conduct warrantless on-site visits, interview TFWs and other employees with their consent, and compel employers to provide documents for the purpose of verifying their compliance with the TFWP. As of the fall of 2014, ESDC will be able to compel banks and payroll companies to provide bank records and payroll documents to help inspectors verify that employers with the rules of the TFWP.

As well, the Canada Border Services Agency (the “CBSA”) is receiving new financial resources to increase its capacity to criminally investigate suspected cases of offenses by employers. Under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, employers who intentionally misrepresent information or withhold information or provide false information to contravene immigration laws, including lying in a LMIA application, can be fined up to $100,000 and imprisoned for up to five years or both. The CBSA is expected to begin prosecuting numerous investigations in the autumn of 2014.

Monetary Fines for Employers Who Break the Rules

Beginning in fall 2014, the Government will impose fines of up to $100,000 (depending on the severity of the offence) on employers who break the rules of the TFWP. In addition to standard rules such as not underpaying employees, employers may be fined for misstatements and falsehoods in LMIA applications.

ESDC will publicly disclose the names of employers who have been fined and the amount of that fine.
International Mobility Programs

New Fee and Employer Compliance System

Currently, many prospective TFWs are able to apply for work permits without a LMO assessment at a Canadian Port of Entry.

Under the reforms, employers hiring LMIA-exempt workers under the IMP will be required to submit the job offer and other relevant information to CIC. Prospective TFWs will not be able to apply for a work permit until their employer has done so. CIC has committed to this change, which it has not provided any additional information on, coming into effect by the summer of 2015. The reason for the delay is presumably this reform will require significant amendments to Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations.

CIC has also announced that it will be creating a compliance system for the IMP which will presumably be similar to the LMIA system.

A new Work Permit application fee of $230.00 will also be introduced in the summer of 2015.

New Privilege Fee for Open Work Permit Applicants

CIC is introducing a $100.00 Work Permit privilege fee for open work permit applicants. As with the LMIA $100.00 “privilege fee,” this fee is expected to be introduced in the summer of 2015.

Amending Provincial Annexes

Five provincial/territorial governments (Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario, Nova Scotia and Yukon) currently have annexes to their immigration agreements with the Government that establish LMIA exemptions in their jurisdiction.

The Government of Canada has given notice to provinces that it is changing the existing agreements, and removing many of the exemptions.

International Experience Canada Being Restructured

The International Experience Canada program is currently under review. There is currently a large imbalance between the number of foreign nationals arriving in Canada compared to the number of Canadians participating abroad. As such, CIC will be enhancing its efforts to promote the program to Canadians. At the same time, it will review each mobility agreement on a country-by-country basis to ensure that the rate of reciprocity is improved. This may feature quota reductions.

Intra-Company Transfer Program – New Rules for Specialized Knowledge Applicants

On June 9, 2014, CIC reformed the Intra-Company Transferee – Specialized Knowledge stream so that applicants demonstrate a high degree of both proprietary knowledge and advanced expertise. As well, specialized Knowledge applicants must be paid the Prevailing Wage for their position. Non-cash per diems, including hotel and transportation, are not to be included in the calculation of the overall salary. This change took effect on June 9, 2014.

More information here: http://www.esdc.gc.ca/eng/jobs/foreign_workers/reform/overhauling_TFW.pdf

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LMIAFINDER.com очень смахивают на аферистов с улицы Аленби  :rolleyes:  как то смущают меня вот такие вот заявы в начале разговора

 

Prices for services

If the TFW applicant is in Canada, the Price for our service is $900 + GST.

If the applicant is in a non Visa country (a country where a visa is not required to come to Canada ) the price is $1250 + 5% GST

All other countries the price is $1550 + 5% GST

Courier Charges are not included.

There are no other fees or charges.

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This transition measure will be further reduced to 20 percent beginning July 1, 2015 and reduced again to 10 percent on July 1, 2106.

долго же ждать придется.... :rofl:

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смотрю телевизор. показывают шотланца, котрый с фальшивыми документами на рабочую визу пытался заехать в канаду. ему сказали, чтобы он обратным рейсом вернулся в шотландию. но на один день в канаду пустили. потом была надпись на экране, что он появился в аэропорту и улетел в шотландию.

 

 

канал national geographic,  программа называется border security.

 

рассказывают о всяких имториях на таможене, границе.

 

а вот только что задержали американца. который "ехал издалека с юга сша в канду и всего на один день, два", но не имеет резерва отеля. к нему придрались.  допрашивают с пристарастием...(реклама пошла)

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А это новости об обломе рабочих в Альберте.
 

 

Беда! покатились доминошки......
Такими темпами, кроме, единственный легальный путь в Канаду,останется только их "переработанный"  Skilled Worker 

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Беда! покатились доминошки......

Такими темпами, кроме, единственный легальный путь в Канаду,останется только их "переработанный"  Skilled Worker

Если я не ошибаюсь я почти 2 года назад говорила об этом...а мне никто не верил:-)

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Если я не ошибаюсь я почти 2 года назад говорила об этом...а мне никто не верил:-)
 

 

люди хотят верить в то, что им хочется, это даже не плохо, это так человек устроен.

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Если я не ошибаюсь я почти 2 года назад говорила об этом...а мне никто не верил:-)

А что, в других провинциях такое тоже намечаеться? В Нью Брансвик например?

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А что, в других провинциях такое тоже намечаеться? В Нью Брансвик например?

Я говорила это только про Альберту

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канал national geographic,  программа называется border security.
- постановка в стили документали.....по каналу "Моя планета" был фильм- пацан 21 год с девченкой- автостопоп проехали от Владика до мыса горн......с полсотней баксов..... ВЫ верите?.... а вот буквально вчера- семья стартанула на великах из Москвы в Таиланд.....с ребенком 10 лет......нашли спонсоров.... 

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Если я не ошибаюсь я почти 2 года назад говорила об этом...а мне никто не верил:-)

- Иришь....на звание Ванги не тянешь...в жизни всякое бывает ..... в основном везде срабатывает наводка..... Ну уговорила- в Альберту пока ни ногой, хотя.....те у кого есть образование- бурильщика, геодезиста и прочих нефтедобывающих специальностей- тока суньтесь.....вас уже от туда не выпустят.....

Edited by Dmitry Dyukov (see edit history)

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Иришь....на звание Ванги не тянешь...в жизни всякое бывает .....
 

Нет ,просто я говорила про людей у которых подобное произошло...а сейчас это более оффициально просто стало.

те у кого есть образование- бурильщика, геодезиста и прочих нефтедобывающих специальностей- тока суньтесь.....вас уже от туда не выпустят.....

Ну мы же на форуме тракеров...а так там про все проффесии пишут не только про тракеров... 

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Ну мы же на форуме тракеров..
- ну так перевозки еще не отменили.....возили, возят и будут возить..... 

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Если я не ошибаюсь я почти 2 года назад говорила об этом...а мне никто не верил:-)

зачем так категорично? В Альберте можно подаваться через пол года. Даже если рассмотрение 15 месяцев, все равно достаточно. А по программе экспресс энтри, можно будет подаваться сразу на ПМж при наличии работодателя

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зачем так категорично? В Альберте можно подаваться через пол года. Даже если рассмотрение 15 месяцев, все равно достаточно. А по программе экспресс энтри, можно будет подаваться сразу на ПМж при наличии работодателя

Катигорично потому что это далеко не 15. Там же написано что люди с 2011 го ждут и уедут скоро не с чем.

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А кто этим людям не довал подаваться на провинцию? У меня много знакомых, кто приехал позже 2011 и ждут уже федералку. А кто то и получил . Не надо так сгущать краски. Надо же не просто прочитать статью , но и поразмышлять.

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17 октября 2014 года на сайт правительства Альберты добавлены слова о том, что они вообще не обязаны рассматривать каждое полученное заявление на сертификат отбора провинции. И что теперь они будут рассматривать заявления не в порядке их поступления, а будут отбирать только заявления по остродефицитным специальностям.

http://www.albertacanada.com/opportunity/immigrating/..

http://www.albertacanada.com/op

А это инфа со стены ВКонтакте у иммиграционного консультанта, коим теперь стала Черриканада (кто в теме, тот знает кто это)

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Любое провительство,организация и т.д. оставляет за собой право выбора и принятия решения.Так было всегда. Что же вы,девушки,ищите негатив? Надо надеяться на лучшее.Все провинциальные программы примерно одинаковы.В Альберту едет очень много со статусом из за зароботка. В прошлом году было выданно 84 тысячи ворк пермитов в Альберте,а в Манитобе ,к примеру только 8 тысяч.Поэтому и не справляються обробатывать.А в остальном все шорошо...

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Большинство не смогли податься из-за английского по новым правилам. Вот и застряли тут... И никто, кроме Юджина не догадывается что есть онлайн программа для изучения английского для иммиграции... Хотя есть еще пара человек))) Семь часов в неделю онлайн и раз в неделю пол часа беседы по телефону с учителем. Но предварительно нужно сдать бейчмарк(только его) на оценки не ниже 3 по спикинингу и лисинингу, и не ниже 2 по райтингу и ридингу. Об этой программе ненавязчиво умалчивают))) Но я тоже промолчу... всё - рот на замок...молчу, тем паче что это никому не интересно.

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Большинство не смогли податься из-за английского по новым правилам. Вот и застряли тут... И никто, кроме Юджина не догадывается что есть онлайн программа для изучения английского для иммиграции... Хотя есть еще пара человек))) Об этой программе ненавязчиво умалчивают))) Но я тоже промолчу... всё - рот на замок...молчу, тем паче что это никому не интересно.
 
Не молчи!!!!!

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