What are NOC ‘C’ class Occupations in Canada? How one can apply to work in such occupations

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When you think of Canada immigration, the first thing that comes in your mind is that mostly the professionals, i.e. Software Engineers, Doctors, Engineers, Accounts managers, etc. move to Canada on work visa or permanent residency. Not many know or explore that Canada also offer visas under NOC (National Occupational Classification) ‘C’ category occupations. Let’s find out more about ‘C’ category of occupations and pathways to move to Canada to work under these occupations.

NOC Skill Type ‘C’ Class Occupations in Canada

The NOC (National Occupational Classification) Skill Type ‘C’ has been structured for intermediate jobs in Canada. These jobs usually require high school education or job related training etc.

A few of such occupations are:

  • General office support workers
  • Data entry clerks
  • Receptionists
  • Library assistants and clerks
  • Receptionists
  • Accounting and related clerks
  • Banking, insurance and other financial clerks
  • Desktop publishing operators and related occupations
  • Shippers and receivers
  • Letter carriers
  • Storekeepers and parts persons
  • Home child care providers
  • Retail salespersons
  • Food and beverage servers
  • Casino occupations
  • Bus drivers, subway operators and other transit operators
  • Taxi and limousine drivers and chauffeurs
  • Other repairers and servicers

All such occupations are intermediate level occupations, which don’t require higher qualifications or high level of job training, experience, or expertise.

How to Apply for Canadian visa to work under these occupations?

To apply for visa and work under NOC ‘C’ class occupations in Canada, you need to apply for visa thorough any of the below mentioned pathways:

  • Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)

In Canada, most of the provinces have a Provincial Nominee Program, through which they select suitable foreign skilled workers for their province. A candidate who apply and get selected in a PNP, gets the nomination certificate from the province, based on the same a candidate can apply for permanent residency in Canada. The PNPs accept the experience in all NOC Skill Types. The Provincial Nominee Programs open their application intake at regular intervals throughout the year.

Key Provincial Nominee Programs of Canada are:

  • Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program
  • Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program
  • Nova Scotia Nominee Program
  • Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program, etc.
  • Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program

Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP) is newly launched immigration program of Atlantic Provinces of Canada. The AIPP has been structured in coordination with the federal government and will start accepting applications from March, 2017. The AIPP accepts the skilled experience in the skill type/level 0, A, B, or C.

Interested in applying for NOC ‘C’ category of occupations?

If you wish to apply for NOC ‘C’ category of occupations, you need to get your file prepared well in advance, as both AIPP and PNP programs have limited number of applications. If you are applying for Canada immigration for the first time, it is advised to take the services of a genuine and reliable Canada immigration Consultant. For further assistance with regard to Canada immigration programs or immigration process, you may send your immigration queries to info@visasavenue.com.

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