for Your Industry
Every year, Canada has a need for about 2000 Temporary Foreign Workers to process seafood. The Temporary Foreign Worker program for seafood consists of 180 day work permits and of seasonal caps based on a percentage of your labor force. To be eligible for the program, companies must get a labor market impact assessment (LMIA). We can help you get your LMIA approved and we regularly source workers with prior seafood and manufacturing experience.
A booming fishery means prosperity. With prosperity comes a demand for new fishing boats. Without specific training programs for the trade, qualified workers are hard to come by. We can help you find a reliable and consistent labor force to help you fiberglass and assemble fishing boats. Currently, we recruit persons for fiberglass on contracts and for permanent residency.
Aquaculture is expanding quickly. Many farms are in pristine waters which are in remote areas with very few people. While the farm locations make staffing difficult, Port-to Port Immigration Services has recruiting offices in Chile and Mexico. Both these countries have an abundance of highly qualified people with aquaculture engineering degrees. Aquaculture jobs provide easy pathways to residency and facilitate the retention of a trained labor force.