Our Recruitment services

Immigrants Are Essential to Canada's Prosperity and Diversity

Our office offers a wide range of services related to immigration to Canada. A large majority of federal and provincial immigration programs require a job offer from a Canadian employer.

As a foreign candidate, you may encounter difficulties obtaining a position from outside Canada. We offer to connect you with Canadian employers looking to recruit their talent internationally.

A number of Canadian employers are having difficulty meeting their staffing needs. The labour shortage is here to stay and requires more and more recourse to temporary foreign workers or the recruitment of immigrants on a more permanent basis. We help you find the rare pearl among our pool of foreign candidates.

In addition, candidates and employers will be able to use our immigration services if they wish, thus simplifying all administrative procedures.

We are accredited in British Columbia to

Recruit Foreign Workers

License # IS-0008061

British Columbia
Our office is officially authorized by the province to recruit foreign workers. You can check our accreditation by clicking on our License Number.

Canadian Laws
We follow all federal and provincial labour laws, as well as employer compliance requirements imposed by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)

VERY IMPORTANT
° A candidate should never pay for a job offer. It is illegal in Canada.
° A candidate never has to pay the Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) fee or compliance fee. These costs are always the responsibility of the employer.
° Employers with whom we deal agree to abide by the terms of their job offers in good faith.
° Thanks to our dual expertise in immigration and recruitment, we optimize the hiring process. Employers and candidates save valuable time and therefore money.

Prerequisites

Understanding the National Occupational Classification (NOC 2021)
-TEER 0 (zero):
management occupations
-TEER 1:
professional occupations
-TEER 2:
supervisory occupations
-TEER 3:
technical occupations and skilled trades
-TEER 4:
intermediate occupations
-TEER 5:
labour occupations

Use Job Bank
It is a national tool that allows you to explore the Canadian job market and provides useful resources.

Do you need a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA)?
An LMIA determines whether a Canadian employer can hire a foreign worker to fill labour or skills shortage.
A positive LMIA is often necessary and must be granted first to the employer by Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC), before applying for a work permit.

Visa / Work Permit

Who says foreign worker, says most of the time, work authorization to be obtained from the Canadian government.

On a temporary basis:
-Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP)
-International Mobility Program (IMP)

On a permanent basis:
-Express Entry
-Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)
-Pilot programs

Some programs allow you to benefit from Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) exemptions.

We will advise you on the opportunities not to be missed by offering you a competitive package, if you combine our recruitment and immigration services!

The International Recruitment Process

01
Advice

Our office helps Canadian employers determine the job code corresponding to the National Occupational Classification (NOC) and to check if the candidate meets the requirements.

02
Job Offer

We assist employers in drafting the job offer in accordance with federal, provincial regulations and the conditions of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)

03
Visa / Permit

We can help with LMIAs, work permits and visas applications. We will determine the most appropriate and effective immigration program.

Foreign Workers

You Are a Candidate

Cerise Immigration Consulting Inc. caters to qualified international applicants seeking employment opportunities in Canada.

Our firm does not provide Placement Services, so we do not seek job offers for candidates. Employers who recruit through us will offer interviews by phone or videoconference with candidates with profiles that match their skilled labour needs.

Participation in our pool of candidates is free and only possible upon registration. It is open to people already in Canada with a work authorization as well as to people abroad.

Contact us at: talent@ceriseimmigration.ca

To register, you must first send your resume in Canadian format. For French-speaking candidates, a bilingual French-English resume will give more visibility to Canadian employers.

Some regulated professions require a certification process to practice in Canada. We invite you to begin your research to obtain information from regulatory bodies of the province. This will give you a better understanding of the education system in particular if you need academic or vocational training in Canada.

Cerise immigration Consulting Inc. can also advise you on the immigration programs to choose to work in Canada, temporarily or permanently.

Sandrine Bunch, MBA, RCIC-IRB

A job offer facilitates the success of your plan to settle in Canada. Increase your chances of landing a temporary or permanent position by integrating our pool of international candidates!

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Canadian Employer

You Are an Employer

Canadian  employers who are looking for international candidates to fill qualified positions in the province of British Columbia can send us their job offers.

Our expertise in immigration and recruitment makes our office your best ally for successful international hiring procedures.

Cerise Immigration Consulting Inc. offers you access to a pool of qualified foreign workers around the world.

Our office is also in contact with various regulatory bodies and economic development and employability organizations in the province to help you carefully prepare the arrival in Canada of your talents.

To learn more about our recruitment services, contact us at the following email address: talent@ceriseimmigration.ca

Sandrine Bunch, MBA, RCIC-IRB

We help you recruit temporary foreign workers (TFWs) and attract long-term internationally-trained workers (ITWs).

Accreditations & Memberships

Our engagements

Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant-IRB nationally licensed by the College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants (CICC)

Immigration Consultant recognized by the Ministère de l’Immigration, de la Francisation et de l’Intégration (MIFI) of Quebec

Immigration Consultant licensed by the province of Saskatchewan (SK)

Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC) Member

Foreign Worker Recruiter licensed by the province of British Columbia (BC)

Commissioner for Taking Affidavits for British Columbia appointed by the Ministry of Attorney General

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Immigration Matters

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