The expansion of the Dubai-based immigration consultancy’s consulting services comes to address the critical worker shortage affecting retail and other sectors in Ontario. Store owners in Ontario, Canada’s largest province, are facing acute worker shortages, opening up opportunities for skilled migrant workers.
More information can be found at https://www.y-axis.ae
Y-Axis Middle East, part of the largest B2C immigration consultancy in the world, now provides customized advisory services tailored to each client based on their professional and personal profile – including education, family situation, and work background. The company will work with skilled candidates interested in pursuing Canadian work visas and permanent residency. The timing now is particularly auspicious as the country has already increased immigration quotes and is set to welcome more immigrants than ever before in 2022.
The rise in Ontario’s job vacancies has spurred demand from business groups in Ontario to the immigration minister to increase the allocation for immigrants under The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP). Job openings in Ontario jumped nearly 50% in the second quarter of 2022 in comparison to the same period last year, a pattern reflected in many provinces throughout the country, and a range of industries. The president of the Residential Construction Council of Ontario (RESCON) told the Toronto Sun on September 27, “We can use more people right now at basically all levels, even at the management level, project management, superintendents. It’s very difficult finding talent right now.”
Y-Axis Middle East notes that, as a solution to this situation, regional immigration pilot programs have been introduced, which help to fill local labour shortages and foster economic growth in rural areas. The company believes these pilot projects will ultimately be converted into permanent programs.
Local businesses are already aware of programs that Y-Axis Middle East actively promotes, such as the TFWP (Temporary Foreign Worker Program) and IMP (International Mobility Program). In fact, the company encourages candidates to apply through Canada’s Global Talent Stream, part of TFWP, because it promises faster processing of work permit applications. Y-Axis can help some applicants secure visas/permits within several weeks via this more immediate visa processing program.
One recent client commented: “Thank you very much for your great support in obtaining my and my family’s immigrant visa for Canada, really I am very thankful to you. Whenever I raised so many queries during the processing, you cleared all my doubts and queries very smartly and gave me very satisfactory answers and suggestions.”
Interested parties can learn more at https://www.y-axis.ae
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