A shortest route for Canada immigration….
Canadian companies wanting to employ the top skilled workers are looking for a quick and obvious procedure to achieve it. To overcome these, the Global Skills Strategy (GSS) was introduced to aid all types of employers to find such talented personnel more quickly. It follows an approach to incorporate methods that process applications in quick time, take into account work permit waivers, and provides better services to customers.
International workers who qualify for this processing as per priority should have to fulfil other eligibility and acceptability requirements which would also include the provision of police certificates, if necessary. Suitable applicants need to submit all the essential documents along with their applications. If they fail to submit the necessary documents, they will not be eligible for the two-week processing time.
Canada has a wide range of talent and capable manpower. Despite this, you will face, at times, a requirement to hire expert workers from other countries to advance your growth. This is where Canada’s Global Skills Strategy steps in.
Employers in Canada want to attract top talent to work for their companies, and they want a fast and predictable process to fill the vacant positions. To help employers find highly skilled workers on a faster pace, IRCC introduced the Global Skills Strategy (GSS), which features two-week processing times, work permit exemptions and enhanced service.
GSS breaks down into three major parts, which includes:
Foreign nationals eligible for this priority processing must still meet all other eligibility and admissibility requirements, including providing police certificates if required. If you are an eligible applicant, you must submit all required documents.
Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA)-exempt workers qualify for two-week processing of their work permit application if they meet all of these requirements:
Criteria 1: Labour market impact assessment (LMIA)-exempt workers
They are applying from outside of Canada:
Criteria 2: Persons who need an LMIA
Personnel who need an LMIA qualify for two-week processing, provided they satisfy all of these requirements:
Criteria 3: Spouses and dependants
The spouse/ common-law partner of workers and their dependant ward also qualify for two-week processing of applications. This is applicable for the following applications:
Spouses/common-law partners and dependent wards need to submit a finished application and apply along with the worker.
When applying from outside Canada, you will need to submit the following:
Most of our visa offices abroad have precise instructions that you have to follow. Confirm with your local visa office requirements to ensure all necessary documents have been included with your application.
The applicant have to:
The process to be followed while applying for GSS Visa
Step 1: Head to the work permit application
Step 2: Choose “Apply online”
Step 3: Click on the country or territory where you are applying from
Step 4: Download the visa office requirements of the particular country from the list of documents, in case there are any
Step 5: In order to qualify for two-week processing, you need to include authorized translations of documents that are either not in English or French, though, your visa office requirements indicate we admit applications in other languages
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