If you are looking out to migrate to Canada then this article is something that is for you!
This is really gonna be the toughest of all choices indeed, leaving behind your family, your loved ones & the culture you are been raised in, from lifelong years is not easy. But to give your family a quality life and a better place to spend the rest of their life you have to get through this time the prove yourself to be the winner! Being your family’s hero is not as easy as it seems while you start applying for the visa. It takes a great sacrifice and dedication to get things in place. All you need to do is to stay calm, focused and motivated.
What after getting the visa application processed?
Once you get the visa application processed the next thing that would come to your mind is job seeking for your survival in the new country you have migrated to. But it won’t be that easy as most of the Canadian employers ask for Canadian cultural experience even if you have a Renault degree and experience in a particular field. Most of us get rejected in the interview due to lack of Canadian cultural experience and start questioning the immigration dept for passing our application and cheating us on being eligible for residing in Canada. But the thing we are not understanding here is that if we were not eligible or competent enough to survive in the Canadian environment then why would the government have processed our application? All one has to look upon is the expectation the employers have of the employees they would hire.
- The employee should be a great communicator.
- The employee should have the solution to his problems.
- The employee blends well with the culture of the organisation.
The above questions are far far away not corresponding to what immigration authorities make us answer. So here are a few tips to get through with the barrier “Canadian cultural experience” that is hindering you to enjoy the pleasure of being in one of the best countries of the world.
A hirer who is rejecting you will not do the same in case you are volunteering the activity. This way you’ll be able to understand the environment and get along with the professionals easily.
Many govt and private organisations help in youth candidates get experience in
an organisation with some survival amount-stipend. Take advantage of them!
- Bridging Programs
If you are in a regulated industry, such as teaching, accounting, medical, engineering, architecture, understand that these industries are governed by strict policies and procedures. Bridging programs are here to help you understand the policies and regulations in Canada that hiring managers and companies in the field must abide by.
A Canadian mentor can benefit you to enhance your knowledge in understanding Canadian workplace culture and the Canadian market in your industry.
- Be explicit in your efforts
If you have gained experience in the above, don’t hide it to be loud and expressive about it and use it as a weapon against the “no Canadian experience” barrier hindering you!
Be brake and ready to face the toughest moments in your life to get through and give your loved one the best of what you can and the best of what the deserve!