Posted on December 19, 2013 |
Alberta, Canada's "Energy Province" needs immigrants in specific occupations, skills, trade/crafts to maintain its economic strength. Immigrants do not pay provincial sales tax and personal income tax is the lowest in Canada.
ALBERTA PUBLISHES LIST OF OCCUPATIONS NEEDED BY INDUSTRY, ELIGIBLE FOR PERMANENT RESIDENCY AFTER SIX MONTHS OF EMPLOYMENT
Alberta, Canada offers the shortest route towards permanent residency.
Alberta, known as Canada’s “Energy Province” is home to more than 60 per cent of the country's conventional crude oil reserves and all of its heavy oil and oil sands reserves. In addition, Alberta’s economic strength is derived from agriculture, energy, forestry and industrial products.
Other key industries include petrochemicals, agriculture and agri-food, forestry and wood products, tourism, information and communication technology, nanotechnology and microsystems, biotechnology and pharmaceuticals, and health technology and services.
Taxes are Lower or No Taxes at All. Alberta is the only province in Canada with no provincial sales tax and our personal income tax is the lowest in Canada. This positive business climate attracts investment and allows Alberta businesses to compete successfully around the world.
The best thing is that you do not need a college degree to be eligible for permanent residency through Alberta’s Provincial Nomineee Program. Shown below are the industries needing specific skills, trades and occupations.
SHORTAGE OCCUPATIONS IN ALBERTA’S MAIN INDUSTRIES
INDUSTRY: FOOD AND BEVERAGE PROCESSING
INDUSTRY: HOTEL AND LODGING
INDUSTRY: FOODSERVICES (PILOT PROJECT)
INDUSTRY-SPECIFIC CRITERIA – FOOD AND BEVERAGE PROCESSING
The Alberta Employer in the food and beverage processing industry, must also:
CANDIDATE IN THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE PROCESSING INDUSTRY, must:
For more information, you may call the Immigrant Visa Center at +632-634-8717.
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