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Are you a skilled worker?
Do you have a spouse who is a skilled worker?
It may be possible for you to succeed in getting permanent residency status if you qualify as a skilled tradesperson. It is not possible for me to know whether you qualify or not.However, I'm providing you with a link to the government webpage that explains what you need to be able to qualify for expressed entry as a skilled tradesperson to Canada. The expressed entry means that you would be granted permanent residency status quite quickly.But, only you will know based on what your experience is whether you qualify. Here is a page for you to consider:
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/trades/apply-who.aspIf you feel that you have a chance of applying successfully if possible your next step would be to retain an immigration lawyer in Canada. It is inadvisable to retain an immigration consultant. You really need an actual lawyer. That is not to say that you cannot apply on your own but your chances of success are somewhat higher if you retain a lawyer.Does that help as a starting point?
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I am not sure what you mean. Can you clarify a bit?Thanks
They are looking for professionals and other skilled workers for managerial level positions.
And they are looking for skilled tradespersons.
But you may be a skilled tradesperson.
Is there anything more I can help you with at this point in time?
He may be able to give you a job offer so you can get a temporary work permit. It depends on whether or not he can get a positive Labour market impact assessment. If there are not enough Canadians to fill the position he is offering you may be able to get the temporary work permitAt the same time it is not likely the case that you can get permanent residency status from a job offer working in a restaurant.