By means of the Global Talent Stream, an efficient skilled worker can receive a work permit within a period of two weeks after applying. It facilitates the growth of the creative companies due to being an important part of Canada’s Global Skills Strategy. It allows such companies to reach talented workers easily and fast. Canada Immigration Global Talent Stream is known for taking only two weeks to process a work permit application (and temporary resident visa for the worker with high skills).
Remember: The Global Talent Stream is a category of Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker Program.
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Global Talent Stream: Category A
Global Talent Stream: Category B
Canadian companies with higher growth and who can state the requirement for specific international skilled worker comes into Category A. Employers under category A must be referred by an authorized referral partner.
Below are the organizations of referral partners in Canada:
(List may get modified periodically)
Employers wish to hire international skilled workers for specific occupations under the National Occupation Classification (NOC) come into Category B. These selected occupations are stated in the Global Talent Occupations List, which may get modified periodically depending upon the labour market requirements. The below mentioned list is created by a mutual association of the Canada government, labour market experts and Major stakeholders.
|NOC code||Occupation||Minimum hourly rate||Minimum annual salary|
|0213||Computer and information systems managers||Prevailing wage||Prevailing wage|
|2147||Computer engineers (except software engineers and designers)||Prevailing wage||Prevailing wage|
|Sub-set of 2161*||Mathematicians and statisticians* Positions for actuaries or related occupations are excluded from this subset.||Prevailing wage||Prevailing wage|
|2171||Information systems analysts and consultants||Prevailing wage||Prevailing wage|
|2172||Database analysts and data administrators||Prevailing wage||Prevailing wage|
|2173||Software engineers and designers||Prevailing wage||Prevailing wage|
|2174||Computer programmers and interactive media developers||Prevailing wage||Prevailing wage|
|2175||Web designers and developers||Prevailing wage||Prevailing wage|
|2281||Computer Network technicians||$39.42 or higher prevailing wage||$82,000 or higher prevailing wage|
|2283||Information systems testing technicians||$38.46 or higher prevailing wage||$80,000 or higher prevailing wage|
|Sub-set of 5131**||Producer, technical, creative and artistic director and project manager – Visual effects and video game|
** The position requires a minimum of three years’ industry experience in the visual effects, video game or animation industries in one or a combination of the following roles: producer, technical director, creative director, artistic director or project manager, senior coordinator, department manager, with three years of job experience in at least one or more of the following skills relevant to the visual effects, video game or animation industries: surfacing and look development; character or simulation rigging; matte painting; managing budgets or teams; or technical pipeline development and application for visual effects, video games, or animation production.
|$37.50 or higher prevailing wage||$78,000 or higher prevailing wage|
|Sub-set of 5241***||Digital Media and Design|
***The position requires a minimum of three years’ industry experience in at least one of the following digital media design skills: 3D modeling, compositing, paint and roto, layout and match move, digital environment and Matte painting, texture, lighting shading, character effects, effects and simulations, design and scenario, rigging, user interface or user experience, responsive design (for gaming), virtual reality, augmented reality, digital media animation, levels editing for digital media design, software editing for digital media design, pipeline software development or applications relevant for digital media design
|$38.46 or higher prevailing wage||$80,000 or higher prevailing wage|
Employers falling under any category must fulfill below mentioned criteria for skilled workers wages. International workers recruited through Global Talent Stream must be given a salary amount equivalent to current wage or above.
The current wage must be higher than:
Employers wishing to recruit international skilled workers via Global Talent Stream must fulfill the requirements of Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) in order to achieve the Labour Market Benefits Plan.
According to the plan, the international skilled workers to be hired must bring positive benefits to the labour market of Canada, and their Canadian employers must create jobs and invest skills and training.
They must create jobs for Canadian citizens and permanent residents through direct or indirect ways.
They must invest skills and training programs for Canadian citizens and permanent residents.
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