In this guide, we’ll answer some of the most common questions we receive, and outline some of the areas where Moving2Canada can, and can not, provide one-to-one assistance to you.
Before you contact Moving2Canada, please make sure you:
1. Download the Moving2Canada Getting Started Guide. It’s a comprehensive document that will help you with your employment, immigration, planning, and living in Canada.
2. Use the search functionality on this website to search for articles relating to your query. We have over 300 articles packed with advice for you!
How can Moving2Canada help me?
Moving2Canada is a self-service information website aimed at assisting you on all aspects of planning your move to Canada.
Our goal is to help people through impartial information that addresses key issues to help you with your move. We provide detailed resources on immigration to Canada, finding employment in Canada, and other useful information. We encourage you to digest this information carefully.
Due to the high volume of queries we receive, we are unable to offer one-on-one support in most cases. If you require support with your immigration, there are a number of immigration consultants we are happy to recommend.
How can I immigrate to Canada? How do I get a work permit?
Visit our ‘How do I immigrate to Canada?’ article for an overview of some of the most common options.
You can also visit our Immigration section to view all of our resources to help you Immigrate, Work, Study, or Visit Canada.
Please note we are not professional immigration consultants, so we do not provide one-on-one advice to people in this area of planning their move to Canada. One-on-one advice is available if you book an immigration consultant session.
How do I apply for the IEC Working Holiday work permit?
I need professional immigration assistance. Can you recommend an immigration expert to help me move to Canada?
Yes, you can view our list of recommend providers and book an immigration consultant session here.
Can you find me a job in Canada?
Our Jobs Board has a list of all of the open vacancies currently on Moving2Canada. This includes construction and engineering roles from our Outpost Recruitment agency. If you have experience in this sectors, please visit the Outpost Recruitment website for more.
What kind of recruitment services do you offer to construction and engineering candidates?
Our recruitment agency serves these sectors and is called Outpost Recruitment.
We work with a number of Canadian general contractors, subcontractors and engineering consultancies to help them source talented international workers.
Our clients (companies) pay us a fee to supply them strong candidates and we never charge a fee to the candidate (job seeker) to find them a job.
The assistance we provide to a candidate is limited to the demand for labour in the area, so we are not in a position to find a job for every candidate who contacts us.
Find out more at the Outpost Recruitment website.
Should candidates wishing to immigrate pay a fee for recruitment services?
No, it is illegal in Canada to charge fees to candidates. Please ensure that you do not pay any employment agency a fee to find you a job.
When is the next Express Entry draw taking place?
Express Entry Draws are used to select candidates who are then invited to apply for permanent residency.
The timing of these draws is entirely at the discretion of immigration authorities and Moving2Canada receives no advance notice of when they will occur.
We do however update our Express Entry Draw article as soon as there is an update. Be sure to check this page regularly for the latest news.
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I’m not sure I can get my immigration or work permit application completed in time. Is it possible to extend this?
You would need to contact IRCC directly about this, as Moving2Canada cannot assist in such cases.
You can also arrange a book an immigration consultant session with a regulated expert if you wish to discuss your case with them.
There’s a procedural issue with my immigration or work permit application that I need some clarification with.
Moving2Canada cannot usually provide one-to-one assistance in such cases.
You can also book an immigration consultant session with a regulated expert if you wish to discuss your case with them.