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Elevator constructors and mechanics assemble, install, maintain and repair freight and passenger elevators, escalators, moving walkways and other related equipment. They are employed by elevator construction and maintenance companies.
If the above NOC code 7318 for Elevator Constructor and Mechanic is your current occupation then you have a very good chance of qualifying for a skilled Canadian visa. For more detailed visa information, please complete a no obligation Online Assessment and select a call back time when a Visa Bureau migration consultant will call you and explain the migration process in detail.
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If the above is not an exact match to your profession, please visit our Working in Canada page to see if there is an occupation that better suits your experience and skills.
If you are looking to live and work in Canada on a permanent basis, you can apply to emigrate to Canada through the Canadian Skilled Migration Program.
The program aims to meet current skills shortages in Canada by attracting skilled migrants under the age of 50 who can make an immediate contribution to the Canadian economy.
Try our free Online Assessment to see if you qualify for a Canadian Skilled Visa.
Elevator Constructor and Mechanic jobs Canada - if your profession is Elevator Constructor and Mechanic as described above then there is a good chance that the Canadian Visa Bureau can help you find a job in Canada. There are jobs available now in your occupation but you will require a Canadian visa to work in Canada. Take the Skilled visa online assessment to see if you qualify.
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