Canadian 'Express Entry' scheme to remove caps on cooks, managers

November 28, 2014
Express Entry scheme to remove caps on culinary industry workers

The Federal government of Canada is planning to launch a new express entry scheme for culinary industry workers, to lessen the labor deficits by allowing them to work in the country legally. This program will be started from 1 January. Express entry is an electronic system that handles the requests of individuals who are staying in the country from years in some of its economic plans.

After filling the online form, the Citizenship and Immigration Canada allows few individuals to apply for permanent residency in the country. All the online applications of the candidates will be processed in six months.

At present, culinary managers are not allowed in the Canadian Experience Class branch but are permitted in the Canadian Federal Trades category. Under this program, the number of applicants from all categories will be increased. All the permanent residents who are looking forward to work as foodservice managers, chefs and cooks will be examined based on an individual’s education, experience, language proficiency and skills. For a permanent residency in the country, an applicant has to possess a valid job offer from the Canadian manager.
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