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    At Mobility Visa we understand that process of getting a job offer from a Canadian employer is not an easy task, nothing worthwhile in life is easy, we all know that.
    Is it possible? It is, of course, with professional guidance, support, and full commitment of the foreign talent.
    There is one rule of thumb, the longer you are committed to your job search, the more interaction with Canadian employers you have, the higher are your chances to secure a job in Canada. The law of the big numbers applies very well in the international job search. In most of the cases, it’s not that a foreigner cannot find a job offer in Canada, it’s more likely that somewhere along the way you gave up.
    Our goal is to help foreign talents to board this journey well equipped with knowledge, strategy, and planning. We know that mental preparation and motivational support is crucial. Getting the right training, coaching and legal representation is crucial for the outcome of any international job search.
    The more you’ll know about the Canadian market, the business culture, and apply local recruitment techniques the higher going to be your chances to secure a job and eventually realize your professional and immigration goals.
    For many Canadian employers, it is a frustrating reality to see that the growth of their company has not been matched by Canadian workforce expansion. It is estimated that Canada will face a labor force shortage of close to 2 million workers in Canada by 2031.

    That said, one of the greatest challenges Canadian employers and Foreign workers alike need to overcome is the gap between the genuine intention of both sides to start working together versus a natural human tendency of the employers to prioritize interaction with candidates they meet physically in their community.

    At the Mobility Visa Canada, we have a wealth of knowledge and experience in helping skilled foreigners in the process of getting a job offer, we accompany the applicant in every step of the way, through every obstacles and milestone. The job search process is divided into 2 steps, job offer hunting, and immigration preparation:

    Job Offer Hunting

    $ 3500
    • This package includes 9 different services and products, review the section below for more details.

    Immigration Preparation

    $ 3000
    • This package includes 3 different services and products, review the section below for more details.
    Phase: 1

    Job offer Hunting

    Cost: $3500

    Professional profile Assessment +

    This is the first step in any international job search, you must find out if your profile is in demand in Canada. We will assess as part of this process your Work experience, Qualifications, Education certificate, Language skills, Cultural background, Age, Commitment to job search, and Willingness to move to small or remote towns.

    Personality Assessment test +

    Employers are short on time, the more information they have on your personality the faster is their recruitment process. Personality assessment makes the employer much comfortable hiring a foreign national as he gets to know over 18 traits of the candidate, among them: Confidence, Assertiveness, Decision-Making, Stress Management, and Communication Skills. The assessment is being done by a Canadian company which builds trust and credibility with the employer.

    CV Optimizer – Canadian format including Linkedin profile

    Because you are unique, your CV must be too. Because you want to work in Canada, your resume must look Canadian Too. Our job is to make you shine, to stand out from the crowd. As part of this service will review and adjust your LinkedIn profile and review any other social media profiles you have.

    Video Resume

    Using a video resume any international job search is a crucial factor in your success. We will teach you how to use this powerful tool properly. It's a Great ice breaker as the employer gets to see who is behind the foreign name.

    Interview coaching and preparation+

    We know that you are looking for the next step in your career, Canada is the destination, and a job offer is your mission. Interviews can be a real challenge. Stress, anxiety, and pressure can cause you to lose focus and forget about all of your great experiences and achievements that you'd love to tell your interviewer about. Let’s us get you ready for this.

    Job search mentorship- motivational+

    You will need some mental preparation for the job search, we will teach you how to overcome fears and rejections, and most importantly keep you on the Kingsway, focused on searching for job opportunities. accompany your every step of the way, with good advice and guidance, provided by local Canadian recruiters.

    Job search techniques+

    Will teach you which job boards to use, how to use your traditional and video resumes properly. What towns and provinces to target according to your qualifications and work experience. You will be exposed to Creative techniques on how to attract employers, and how to explain your unique proposition as a foreigner looking for a job in Canada.

    Introduction to local recruitment agencies

    We will introduce your polished profile to as many local recruiters as possible. These recruiters are in constant contact with Canadian employers who are looking for a skilled employee to fill a vacant position.

    Guidance for your Canadian employer

    Many Canadian employers haven't had experience hiring a foreign national, naturally, they will have lots of questions and concerns. Our mission is to get you through this important milestone.

    How your Job offer should look like?

    All that is needed to get the process going is an employment contract or written job offer letter stating the following information:

    • The job title for the position being offered;
    • Job description, including main duties and responsibilities;
    • Requirements for the position – a list of necessary professional credentials, education, skills, experience, and licenses, as required;
    • Details about start and end dates (if applicable) of the position;
    • Specifics about the salary you are offering – both wages and other forms of payment;
    • The name and address of the employer, the address of the employee’s future place of work, and the details of a contact person at your company who is familiar with the job offer.
    Phase: 2

    Immigration Preparation

    Cost: $3000

    Documents Collection, optimization, and validation

    Getting ready for your immigration process is key for your international job search, we will help you to collect, optimize and validate relevant documents so that when your job offer is ready you will be able to start your immigration process immediately.

    Information collection

    Providing precise information as part of your immigration process is extremely important. We are going to help you to collect the necessary information, confirm and validate this information and make sure it's coherent so that when your job offer is ready you won't have any delays.

    Guidance and support in obtaining IELTS and WES

    We will help you to get ready properly for the test including help in scheduling for you the test day. Support and guidance in acquiring the WES assessment, which includes navigating the protocols of WES.

    These Foreign Talents realized their dream, now is your turn!

    Global Talent, Canada is waiting for you, start your Journey Today!

    Choose Mobility Visa to take you through every step of your pathway to Canada

    Working Holiday Visa Australia

    Working Holiday Visa (Subclass 417)

    The Subclass 417 visa allows certain tourists aged between 18 and 30 years old (inclusive) – and Canadian, British French and Irish citizens 18 to 35 years old (inclusive) to have an extended holiday in Australia, while supplementing their funds with short-term work. The visa is valid for 12 months and allows multiple entries into and exits from Australia. Visa holders can generally work for up to six months with any one employer and can study for up to four months. Work up to 12 months for some types of specified work and regional areas may be possible.

    A second Working Holiday visa may be granted to those applicants who complete three months of specified work in regional Australia while holding their first Working Holiday visa. From 1 July 2019, a third Working Holiday visa may be granted where the visa holder meets additional specified work requirements.


    These are the minimum requirements for an application for this type of visa. Depending upon your particular circumstances, you may need to meet additional requirements.

    You must:

    • Be 18 to 30 years old (inclusive) – except for Canadian, French and Irish citizens who can be 18 to 35 (inclusive)
    • Apply online from outside Australia
    • Not be accompanied by dependent children
    • Not have previously entered Australia on a subclass 417 or 462 visa. If you have previously been in Australia on a subclass 417 visa, see the second Working Holiday visa.
    • Hold a passport from an eligible country or jurisdiction:
    • Belgium
    • Canada
    • Republic of Cyprus
    • Denmark
    • Estonia
    • Finland
    • France
    • Germany
    • Hong Kong
    • Republic of Ireland
    • Italy
    • Japan
    • Republic of Korea
    • Malta
    • Netherlands
    • Norway
    • Sweden
    • Taiwan
    • UK

    If you are applying for your second Working Holiday visa, you must also:

    • have completed three calendar months of specified work in regional Australia while on your first Working Holiday visa

    From 1 July 2019, to be eligible for a third Working Holiday visa, you must:

    • on or after 1 July 2019, have completed six calendar months of specified work in regional Australia while on your second Working Holiday visa

    The Specified Work requirement for a Second or Third Visa

    For the purpose of a second or third Working Holiday visa, ‘specified work’ includes certain types of paid work carried out in the following industries:

    • plant and animal cultivation
    • fishing and pearling
    • tree farming and felling
    • mining; and
    • construction

    Voluntary work is not accepted as ‘work’ for the purposes of applying for a second or third Working Holiday visa.

    The period of specified work (either three months for a second Working Holiday visa, or six months for a third Working Holiday visa) means an evidenced period of paid, full-time equivalent work over a minimum period of 88 calendar days (for three months) or 176 calendar days (for six months) in regional Australia. ‘Regional Australia’ is defined by post code. One day of full-time work is taken to be the normal number of hours per day (or shift) that is considered standard for that particular industry and the role in which you are employed. You can complete the work in a variety of ways.

    For example, to be eligible for a second Working Holiday visa, an applicant must evidence:

    • working full time, 5 days per week for a continuous 3 calendar month period, including on a piecework rate agreement OR
    • working less than 5 days per week in any combination of full-time, part-time or piecework rate work which adds up to the equivalent of five days a week over 3 calendar months OR
    • working less than five days a week over a longer period than 3 calendar months, including on a piece work rate agreement.

    The work can be with one employer, or several, and can be spread over the period of your stay in Australia. You can also work longer than the required period in regional Australia in specified work. Paid public holiday leave and sick days are counted as a day of specified work. Unpaid leave or holidays, and unpaid days due to severe or seasonal weather, are not counted.

    Application Process

    The visa application is lodged with the Department of Home Affairs (the ‘DOHA’), along with any supporting documents. The main criterion is that you satisfy the requirements listed above. You must also have access to sufficient funds to support yourself during the initial stages of your holiday. In addition, you must meet certain health and character requirements, and may be asked to provide evidence of health and/or travel insurance.

    You must enter Australia within 12 months of the date that your visa is granted. You may then work in any job in any location in Australia, provided that you do not work for more than six months for any one employer unless an exemption applies. You must also not study for more than four months.

    Working Holiday Visa (Subclass 462)

    The working Holiday Visa is open as well to other nationalities, kindly review the list below for more details.

    List of participating countries

    • Argentina
    • Banglades
    • Chile
    • People’s Republic of China
    • Hungary
    • Indonesia
    • Israel
    • Luxembourg
    • Malaysia
    • Poland
    • Portugal
    • San Marino
    • Slovak Republic
    • Slovenia
    • Spain
    • Thailand
    • Turkey
    • USA
    • Uruguay

    Federal Skilled

    Federal Skilled Workers are persons with suitable education, work experience, age and language abilities under one of Canada’s official languages and who are selected under the Express Entry Immigration system to apply for permanent residence.

    Under Express Entry, Federal Skilled Workers across 347 eligible occupations who meet minimum entry criteria, submit an expression of interest profile to the Express Entry Pool.

    The profiles of candidates in the pool are ranked under a Comprehensive Ranking System.  The highest-ranked candidates will be considered for an invitation to apply for permanent residence.

    For more than 90% of the applicants, a qualified job offers from a Canadian employer essential to be awarded with a higher score who leads to an invitation.