If you do not have legal work status in Canada (or the U.S.), we
recommend you first use our immigration services to apply for permanent
resident status prior to undertaking a job search. If you are already in Canada, networking is often an
effective way to find a job.
U.S., Mexican or Chilean citizens wanting to work in Canada
If you are a U.S. or Mexican citizen wanting to work in Canada, Contact us
to see if you qualify to obtain a work permit at the border under NAFTA, if you can apply for a work permit on another
basis, or if you first need to obtain HRDC confirmation. Citizens of Chile
may also have privileges that we can advise you about under the CCFTA (Canada Chile Free Trade Agreement).
In the Western Provinces such as B.C. and Alberta, Provincial Nominee Programs allow employers to
apply for a Provincial Nomination for most skilled jobs.
To assist in finding a job, you may want to use to some of the websites below:
For U.S. immigration
and work visas, Click here
We may receive a monetary incentive for referring you to the companies below:
Monster.com - Canada and U.S.A. jobs
CareerXpress.com - Canada and U.S.A. jobs
Yahoo HotJobs - Canada and U.S.A. jobs
(Click at bottom of main page for HotJobs Canada)
Job.com - U.S.A. jobs
BC job search
Resume preparation services:
Professional resume preparation services to help you adapt
your resume to attract North American employers.
Essays for College entrance and Resume preparation
(Click at bottom of main page for Resume Edge professional resumes)
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