Operational Bulletin 429 provides guidance to officers with Citizenship and Immigration Canada and the Canada Border Services Agency for processing work permits of francophone temporary foreign workers (http://www.actyl.com/
“This bulletin provides some outstanding resources for companies who need French-speaking temporary foreign workers for a variety of occupations,”
To qualify for the exemptions provided through Operational Bulletin 429, working permit applicants need to apply at a foreign visa office. The bulletin applies to workers recruited through Destination Canada or other federal government-coordinated events. Applicants’ habitual, daily use language must be French, and candidate may be required to go through an interview to demonstrate their fluency. The job description for the position in question does not, however, have to list French language ability as a requirement.
There’s a wide range of jobs to which the operational bulletin applies, including administrative services, business and finance, applied sciences, education services, art and culture, engineering, health care management and maintenance and equipment operation trades. Considering the bulletin, Actyl Group can help Canadian businesses recruit workers from 52 different countries, including Armenia, Bulgaria, Cameroon, Ghana, Haiti, Romania, Senegal and Switzerland.
“Our firm helps various types of businesses find exceptionally talented and hard-working job candidates from a number of countries abroad,” said West. “We are ready to help companies leverage the exceptions of Operational Bulletin 429 to help them grow and expand in a sustainable way.”
Actyl is a widely respected firm specializing in both domestic and international recruitment. To learn more about the wide range of solutions the company offers businesses and organizations across Canada, visit http://www.actyl.com.