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  • #501791

    JordyLC78
    Miembro

    Hola a Todos.
    ¿En que parte de esta pagina puedo tener informacion respecto a los Permisos de Trabajo Abierto en Canada? por mas que busco no encuentro. Si alguien tiene informacion tambien les agradeceria.

    #501798

    Chinook
    Miembro

    En esta pagina no encontraras esos detalles. Debes ir a la pagina de IRCC, Immigration Canada, pagina oficial del gobierno de Canada.

    Los permisos de trabajo abiertos (Open Work Permits) se emiten solo a las siguientes personas:

    – Cónyuges de ciudadanos canadienses, de residentes permanentes, de trabajadores temporales con permiso de trabajo (cerrado) y de estudiantes universitarios extranjeros con visa de estudiante. En casos excepcionales aplica a cónyuges de estudiantes de ingles (con visa de estudiante) si toman un curso a tiempo completo..

    – A recién graduados universitarios extranjeros (graduados en Canada) para que busquen empleo postgraduacion.

    – Probablemente a otros cónyuges en casos especiales (inversionistas, etc). No estoy seguro.

    #501816

    marcel25
    Miembro

    me imagino que lo qu eetsas pensando es que vas a ir a la embajada a solicitar un permiso de trabajo , porque seguramente alguien te lo dijo o lo leiste por ahi, eso , sencillamente no existe aparte lo qu emenciona Chinook.

    los otros procesos que es lo que han hecho la mayoria ya practicamente no estan disponibles

    #501862

    JordyLC78
    Miembro

    Gracias por el dato. Entonces de las diferentes postulaciones para emigrar a Canada cual seria la idonea para mi caso. Somos mi esposa y yo, ambos profesionistas titulados (Ella: LIc linguistica traductora Español-Ingles, Italiano, yo Lic. Admon de empresas). Mi esposa con un buen nivel de ingles, yo con nivel basico. Queremos llegar a trabajar y yo adicional retomar cursos de ingles, hacer experiencia laboral y con el tiempo postularnos a otros empleos, subir de nivel.

    #501867

    Chinook
    Miembro

    Tienes 3 opciones elementales:

    1- Venir a estudiar un post o pregrado. Puede ser tu esposa o tu. Requiere visa de estudiante. El aplicante principal tiene que probar que domina ingles mediante prueba tipo TOEFL y lo mas importante, tener una cuenta bancaria con MILES de dolares, transferibles a un banco en Canada.

    Así puedes tener la opción de obtener un permiso de trabajo abierto al terminar los estudios, trabajar un tiempo en Canada, y finalmente, después de un a#o, aplicar a la residencia permanente por el proceso Express Entry.

    Esta es la manera que están usando la mayoría de los profesionales latinoamericanos para inmigrar a este país.

    2- Aplicar al proceso Express Entry desde tu país, via online. También requiere comprobar fondos suficientes y dominio del idioma mediante pruebas.
    Es improbable (no imposible) que alcances los puntos mínimos y recibas la invitación a aplicar a la residencia porque no tienes experiencia profesional canadiense.

    3- Aplicar a empleos via online, en empresas canadienses. Si recibes una oferta formal de empleo, podrías venir a Canada con un permiso de trabajo, exclusivo para trabajar con la empresa contratante. En Canada no puedes cambiar de empleador.
    Después de un tiempo ganando experiencia, podrías aplicar a la residencia permanente via Express Entry.

    Esta opción no requiere comprobar fondos, sencillamente porque llegas a Canada con empleo asegurado. Tampoco requiere pruebas de ingles. Solo tienes que satisfacer al empresario que dominas el idioma “lo suficiente”.

    La realidad es que es extremadamente IMPROBABLE que una empresa canadiense te ofrezca empleo.

    #501877

    marcel25
    Miembro

    por el uso de la palabra profesionista, diria que sonmexicanos, si es asi y si tienen menos de 25 pueden aplicar a las opciones dentro del marco de working holiday visa, pero solo es por uno o dos años y no renovables.

    los franceses la usan en Quebec para luego aplicar bajo elplan de experiencia de Quebec, pero claro tienen la ventaja del idioma y creo que sus titulos son reconocidos aqui

    no se como aplica en otras provincias anglofonas

    mas info:

    http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/work/iec/eligibility.asp

    #501878

    Baterista
    Miembro

    hola a todos se que no es el topico de este foro en particular pero me urge su apoyo

    aplique a una visa de turista y se que todo estab bien pero me salio rechazada de ayer para hoy y la carta dice asi

    Me indicaron en la carta que no convenci al oficial porque no especifique bien el motivo del viaje, una amiga me recomendo que cargara solo el itinerario de viaje osea el cronograma de vuelo pero no hice mas nada, ahora creo que debi haber adjuntado una buena carta explicativa de mi visita y mas aun que fui invitado por mi amiga quien es ciudadana canadiense

    CHINOOK Y EQUIPO que me recomiendan y muchas gracias

    Dear
    Thank you for your interest in visiting Canada. After a careful review of your temporary resident visa application
    and supporting documentation, I have determined that your application does not meet the requirements of the
    Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and Regulations. I am refusing your application.
    In making a decision on an application, a number of factors are considered. These may include but are not
    limited to:
    • the information in the travel and identity documents;
    • the reason for the travel to Canada;
    • the person’s contacts in Canada;
    • the person’s ties to his or her country of residence (including immigration status, employment and family
    ties);
    • the person’s ability to pay for the trip and to support himself or herself while in Canada;
    • whether the person is likely to respect the conditions of his or her admission to Canada;
    • whether the person is inadmissible to Canada; and
    • whether the person would be likely to leave Canada at the end of his/her authorized stay.
    To help you understand my decision, the reason(s) are provided on the following pages.
    You are welcome to reapply if you feel that you can respond to these concerns and can demonstrate that your
    situation meets the requirements. All new applications must be accompanied by a new processing fee.
    Sincerely,
    IMM 5621 (03-2017) E GCMS (DISPONIBLE EN FRANÇAIS – IMM 5621 F)
    UCI:
    Date:
    Application no.:
    January 11, 2018
    11-0750-1263
    *1107501263*

    Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra 193
    Col. Granada
    11520 Mexico, D.F
    Mexico
    Application Enquiry: https://dmp-portal.cic.gc.ca/cicemail/intro-eng.aspx?mission=mexico
    http://www.mexico.gc.ca
    http://www.cic.gc.ca
    IMM 5621 (03-2017) E GCMS (DISPONIBLE EN FRANÇAIS – IMM 5621 F)
    Subsection 11(1) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) provides that any person wishing to
    become a temporary resident of Canada must satisfy an officer that he or she is not inadmissible to Canada and
    that she or he meets the requirements of the Act.
    Following an examination of your application, I am not satisfied that you application meets the requirements of
    the Act and the Regulations for the reasons explained below. Please note that only the grounds that are checked
    off apply to the refusal of your application.
    You have not satisfied me that you would leave Canada at the end of your stay as a temporary
    resident. In reaching this decision, I considered several factors, including:
    travel history
    immigration status in country of residence
    Family ties in Canada and in country of residence
    Length of proposed stay in Canada
    Purpose of visit AQUI MARCARON UNA X EN MAS N INGUN OTRO LADO
    Employment prospects in country of residence
    Current employment situation
    Personal assets and financial status
    Having a legitimate business purpose in Canada
    any history of contravening the conditions of admission on a previous stay in Canada.
    I am not satisfied that you have sufficient funds, including income or assets, to carry out your stated
    purpose in going to Canada or to maintain yourself while in Canada and to effect your departure.
    You have not provided sufficient documentation to support your / your host’s income and assets.
    You have made an application for a temporary resident visa in the transit visitor category. As you are
    planning to remain in Canada longer than 48 hours, you do not meet the requirements of this
    category. You must make an application for a temporary resident visa in the visitor category and pay
    the associated cost recovery fees.
    You have submitted documentation which lacks authenticity as part of your application. This has
    diminished the overall credibility of your submission.
    You have not complied with our request for information, as per section 16(1) of the Immigration and
    Refugee Protection Act. To date, you have failed to comply with our request for:
    Completion of a medical examination
    An interview
    The following documents: List the documents
    I am not satisfied that you have answered all questions truthfully, as required by subsection 16(1) of
    the Act. Specifically, I am not satisfied that the following information is truthful:
    IMM 5621 (03-2017) E GCMS
    Other reasons:
    (DISPONIBLE EN FRANÇAIS – IMM 5621 F)
    You do not meet the eligibility requirements necessary to make an application for an electronic travel
    authorization as per 7.01(2) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations, as our records
    indicate that you did not hold a Canadian temporary resident visa at any time during the 10-year period
    immediately preceding the day on which you made your application, or you did not hold a valid United
    States nonimmigrant visa on the day in which you made your application.
    IMM 5621 (03-2017) E GCMS
    You are a member of an inadmissible class of persons described in the Immigration and Refugee
    Protection Act. As a result, you are inadmissible to Canada pursuant to the following Section(s):
    On security grounds for:
    Section 34(1)(a): Engaging in an act of espionage or subversion against a democratic government,
    institution or process as they are understood in Canada;
    Section 34(1)(b): Engaging in or instigating the subversion by force of any government;
    Section 34(1)(c): Engaging in terrorism;
    Section 34(1)(d): Being a danger to the security of Canada;
    Section 34(1)(e): Engaging in acts of violence that would or might endanger the lives or safety of
    persons in Canada;
    Section 34(1)(f): Being a member of an organization that there are reasonable grounds to believe
    engages or will engage in acts referred to in paragraph (a), (b) or (c).
    On grounds of violating human or international rights for:
    Section 35(1)(a): Committing an act outside Canada that constitutes an offence referred to in sections 4
    to 7 of the Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Act;
    Section 35(1)(b): Being a prescribed senior official in the service of a government that, in the opinion of
    the Minister, engages or has engaged in terrorism, systematic or gross human rights violations, or
    genocide, a war crime or a crime against humanity within the meaning of subsections 6(3) to (5) of the
    Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Act;
    Section 35(1)(c): Being a person, other than a permanent resident, whose entry into or stay in Canada
    is restricted pursuant to a decision, resolution or measure of an international organization of states or
    association of states, of which Canada is a member, that imposes sanctions on country against which
    Canada has imposed or has agreed to impose sanctions in concert with that organization or
    association.
    On grounds of serious criminality for:
    Section 36(1)(a): Having been convicted in Canada of an offence under an Act of Parliament punishable
    by a maximum term of imprisonment of at least 10 years, or of an offence under an Act of Parliament for
    which a term of imprisonment of more that six months has been imposed;
    Section 36(1)(b): Having been convicted of an offence outside Canada that, if committed in Canada,
    would constitute an offence under an Act of Parliament punishable by a maximum term of imprisonment
    of at least 10 years;
    Section 36(1)(c): Committing an act outside Canada that is an offence in the place where it was
    committed and that, if committed in Canada, would constitute an offence under an Act of Parliament
    punishable by a maximum term of imprisonment of at least 10 years.
    (DISPONIBLE EN FRANÇAIS – IMM 5621 F)
    Section 36(2)(a): Having been convicted in Canada of an offence under an Act of Parliament punishable by
    way of indictment, or of two offences under any Act of Parliament not arising out of a single occurrence;
    Section 36(2)(b): Having been convicted outside Canada of an offence that, if committed in Canada, would
    constitute an indictable offence under an Act of Parliament, or of two offences not arising out of a single
    occurrence that, if committed in Canada, would constitute offences under an Act of Parliament;
    Section 36(2)(c): Committing an act outside Canada that is an offence in the place where it was committed
    and that, if committed in Canada, would constitute an indictable offence under an Act of Parliament;
    Section 36(2)(d): Committing, on entering Canada, an offence under an Act of Parliament prescribed by
    regulations.
    On grounds of criminality for:
    IMM 5621 (03-2017) E GCMS
    On grounds of organized criminality for:
    Section 37(1)(a): Being a member of an organization that is believed on reasonable grounds to be or
    to have been engaged in activity that is part of a pattern of criminal activity planned and organized by a
    number of persons acting in concert in furtherance of the commission of an offence punishable under
    an Act of Parliament by way of indictment, or in furtherance of the commission of an offence outside
    Canada that, if committed in Canada, would constitute such an offence, or engaging in activity that is
    part of such a pattern;
    Section 37(1)(b): Engaging, in the context of transnational crime, in activities such as people
    smuggling, trafficking in persons or money laundering.
    On health grounds as your health condition:
    Section 38(1): Is likely to be a danger to public health or to public safety, or might reasonably be
    expected to cause excessive demand on health or social services.
    For financial reasons:
    Section 39: You are or will be unable or unwilling to support yourself or any other person who is
    dependent on you, and have not satisfied an officer that adequate arrangements for care and support,
    other that those that involve social assistance, have been made.
    On misrepresentation:
    Section 40(1)(a): For directly or indirectly misrepresenting or withholding material facts relating to a
    relevant matter that induces or could induce an error in the administration of this Act;
    Section 40(1)(a) and Section 40(2)(a): You are still inadmissible to Canada as a period of two years
    has not passed since your prior refusal.
    (DISPONIBLE EN FRANÇAIS – IMM 5621 F)

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