January 19, 2021
January 19, 2021

Resume Marketing Service

It’s a service provided by Yahweh where our Job Search experts contact maximum number of employers relevant to client’s profile and industry on their behalf through Referrals and Connections. You’ve invested time and effort to create a great resume. The next step is to get it into the hands of people who can hire you, or influence hiring decisions.

How our Resume Marketing Team Works

  • At different points in job search, contacting employers directly, making connections through networking, electronically for opportunities.
  • Managing a Cover letter for you, the main purpose of a cover letter is to interest the employer in reading your resume. Explaining to why we’ve referred your resume for the candidature,describing how your qualifications match the opportunity.
  • Using our networks appropriately to explore potential leads for you.
  • Resume distribution to potential recruitment firms and MNCs.
  • Exploring niche, or speciality, job boards to target a potential Job opportunity as per you.

Applying all the above Marketing Strategies,our skilled team of Job-Oriented Specific R&D personnel,brings you to get sponsored for current job market trends and get extensively searched by getting applied through our services  as-various job boards, consulting firm, placement agency, career sites and social media (LinkedIn).

Continuously and solely working along for your profile also involves timely inundation in various databases and feeding them with updated resume as per the emerging technologies, so that the employers/recruiters could connect with you at the time of job openings.

January 19, 2021

Becoming a licensed engineer in Canada

To be a licensed engineer in Canada, you must be licensed by one of Canada’s provincial or territorial engineering regulators. However, you can still start working in engineering—even if you haven’t been licensed by a regulator—as long as you are supervised by a licensed engineer who takes professional responsibility for your work.

Becoming a licensed engineer in Canada. Every year, engineering graduates from around the world move to Canada to become licensed engineers.

Getting academic credentials assessed

To practise engineering in Canada, you must be licensed with the engineering regulator for the province or territory where you want to practise. One of the five requirements for licensure is an education in engineering.

What you will need to have your education evaluated:

  • Knowledge of which regulator you want to apply with
  • Degrees, certificates, diplomas, and transcripts
  • Course descriptions may also be required
  • Some regulators require an assessment done by a credential assessment agency. Please check with the regulator for specific requirements.

Documents that may also be useful in your application

  • An official program syllabus or course descriptions from your institution. Check with the regulator if they require a certified translation of the documents
  • The basic studies, complementary studies, and discipline-specific syllabi related to your discipline of study

Depending on where you are applying, there are few other important things to know. Please check with the appropriate regulator on specifics:

  • An engineering education that satisfies the regulator’s requirements is only one of the five requirements for licensure in Canada. See all of the requirements here.
  • Only an engineering regulator can determine whether your engineering education meets their requirements.
  • You might be required to complete technical examinations.
  • You will be required to get an education credential assessment (ECA) for immigration purposes. A specific type of credential assessment may also be required by the regulator you’re applying to for licensure. Before you complete an ECA for immigration, then, it is best to determine whether the regulator you’re applying to also requires one. You should contact the regulator first. Doing this may save you both time and money.
  • The adoption and recognition of Mutual Recognition Agreements (MRAs) signed by Engineers Canada by the engineering regulators varies across Canada.
  • Engineers Canada is not an engineering regulator and does not evaluate education.

Before you start

There are two key things that you need to know before you start looking for work as an engineer in Canada:

  1. Your qualifications may not be immediately recognized, but you can still do engineering work as long as you are supervised by a licensed engineer who takes professional responsibility for your work. Some employers may require you to be registered as an engineer in training or to be eligible for licensure by an engineering regulator. To get your qualifications recognized, learn more here.
  2. You will need to be able to communicate well in either English or French to be successful in the work force. It’s often helpful to start practising before you arrive in Canada. You may also need to take additional language training during your first few years here.
January 19, 2021

Becoming a CPA

The CPA designation provides assurance to the public, the government, and the business community that CPA licensees have obtained the education and relevant work experience necessary to perform specialized accounting, auditing, and reporting services within a strict code of professional ethics.

Getting a PNP Nomination for your Canadian Immigration supports your CRS score by 600 points, thereby guaranteeing you an Invitation to Apply for Canadian Permanent Residency.

Prospects of CA's moving to Canada

The prospects of a Chartered Accountant in Canada are much the same as in India for CAs. In Canada, CAs are known by Chartered Professional Accountants (CPA). CPA is the fundamental overseeing body for the accountants and it issues authentications and certifications to CPAs. If you need to move to Canada in 2021 and work there as a CA expert, at that point you should know about the CPA confirmation process.

You can do this either after you have move to Canada or before initiating your immigration process. We insist on getting your certification before you immigration process for your own personal satisfaction. There wont be any turning back if in case you fail to obtain a CPA certification post immigrating to Canada.

How to apply?

Canada has one of the easiest programs on the planet. To apply for this program, you should follow the following steps:

  • To start with, go online to the IRCC official site and fill out the Express Entry application form.
  • You must mention the credentials asked like your age, educational qualification, work skills, language abilities, family living in Canada and so forth.
  • When you enter your credentials, you will get a CRS score and dependent on that your qualification for Canada immigration will be checked.
  • If you manage to get a good CRS score and also presents the documents validating your credentials, then your profile will enter into the Express Entry pool. At this step, you can register yourself in the job bank of Canada and look for potential firms all over Canada that can grant you a job offer.
  • While waiting in the pool, you can also apply for a PNP. Provinces like British Columbia, Ontario, Alberta and so forth as of now have CAs in demand, so you can apply for them. If a province gives you a nomination, you will get extra CRS of 600 points!
  • With points from the nomination, you will get an invite easily under the Express Entry program.
  • Even if you do not want to apply for a provincial nomination, you can get an invitation to apply or ITA if your CRS score is over the cut-off for the draw conducted by CIC (after you submit your application). When you have the ITA, you can apply for a Canada PR visa to the IRCC inside 90 days of getting the ITA.
  • After getting the PR visa, you will have 1 year to move and settle to Canada. This means that within 1 year, you must enter Canada at least once otherwise your PR shall stand void.


The Jobs in Canada for Accountants are in abundance. Unemployment for qualified Accountants in Canada is almost negligible.

A Chartered Accountant with under 5 years of Canadian CPA experience can hope to get a normal Salary of around $75k while CPA with mid-level experience can hope to have a normal all out remuneration of $96k.An accomplished Chartered Accountant with 10 to 20 years of experience can hope to gain a normal remuneration of $113,600 and a Chartered Accountant with late-profession experience can hope to procure a normal pay of $165,000.

January 19, 2021
January 19, 2021

Immigrate to Canada as a Nurse

Nursing consultants immigrating to Canada bring with them a specialist skill set not often found outside of the major metropolis areas of Toronto and Vancouver and, as such, are highly sought after. Canada will be seeking skills such as acting as a liaison between physicians, clients, and attorneys. Nursing Consultants in Canada perform assessments on nursing and hospital facilities and provide expert testimony concerning the activities and duties associated with nursing and healthcare. Some are self-employed, while others work for consulting firms, hospital risk management departments, HMOs, and law firms.

Canadian Government have declared their intention to import at least 1,000,000 skilled migrants by 2022.


The NOC Code to Immigrate to Canada as a Nurse covers registered nurses, registered psychiatric nurses providing direct nursing care to patients, those involved delivering health education programs and providing consultative services regarding issues relevant to the practice of nursing.

Nurses under these codes are employed across a variety of professional environments including but not limited to hospitals, care facilities, rehabilitation centres, doctors’ clinics, community centres, private medical facilities and may be self-employed.

Immigration Options

There are a number of ways to immigrate to Canada as a nurse, some are faster than others but require a more diligent approach. Others take more time but at the end of the day, if you have the qualifications, language ability and pass your CRNE, you shouldn’t have any problems obtaining permanent residency status in Canada.

  • Express Entry System
  • Provincial Nomination Program
  • Atlantic Immigration Pilot

How We Can Help You Immigrate to Canada as Nurse?

There are three ways to get your immigration journey started right now. The first is to create your Express Entry profile, and await an invitation to apply for permanent residency. The second is to apply directly to your province of preferences Provincial Nomination Program. The third is to obtain a valid job offer, get your work permit and apply to the relevant immigration program simultaneously. These are the three main pathways the Canadian government is allowing potential immigrants to enter Canada at the moment.

January 19, 2021
January 19, 2021

Yahweh Employment Services

Yahweh offers a customised programs that support internationally‐trained professionals to find work in their field that reflects their experience. We provide job search services entirely free‐of‐charge. We assist job seekers from diverse backgrounds, who are facing barriers to employment, to integrate into the International job market.

Finding a job in Canada can be a big hurdle for a lot of potential newcomers. And even if you find a job you’d like to apply for, the application process for many jobs can be confusing. That’s why we’re pleased to offer our Canadian employment services.

What we offer?

A job offer from a Canadian employer can significantly increase your chance of being invited to apply for permanent residence. Under Express Entry, candidates with job offers can claim extra Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points. A job offer is also an eligibility criteria for many Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) aligned with Express Entry

Finding a Job in Canada

Canadian Employment Advisor

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Canadian Employment Connections

The Canadian Employment Connections (CEC) program is a free pre‐arrival employment program that offers virtual services to prepare internationally trained professionals for the Canadian job market. The program is sector‐focused, examining in‐demand jobs across six Canadian sectors and the skills required to land these roles. There are four main components to the program: job search tools, Canadian business communications training, sector‐specific trends and employer connections.

  • Prepare for your job search from your country of residence even before your arrival in Canada
  • Customized one‐to‐one support to help you start your job search regardless of where you plan to land in Canada
  • Orientation to your sector in Canada
  • Access to self‐directed, online learning modules to prepare for the Canadian workplace
  • Connecting to employers who are hiring in your sector
  • Connect to potential job opportunities across Canada


  • Have been approved for Canadian permanent residency and are currently living outside of Canada
  • Plan to arrive in Canada within the next 2 to 6 months
  • Completed post‐secondary education and at least 2 years of experience in one of the six sectors listed above
  • Are fluent in English
  • Are committed to completing an online training module of approximately 40 hours
January 10, 2020
January 10, 2020

LIMA Canada

Canada is a perfect place to kick-start or boost your career with a myriad of opportunities ready to embrace you. With the jobless rate in Canada declining at a continuous rate backed up by strong opinion of Prime Minister of Canada, Canada is emerging as an ideal country to embark your professional journey.

In January’s World Economic Forum in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, Prime Minister Trudeau called Canada a ‘great place to invest’ because of our public health care, education, safety and economic stability

LMIA (Labour Market Impact Assessment) application

Keeping aside a few exceptions, Canada work permit is sought by those who have arranged some work in Canada. This includes:

  • Direct employment with a Canadian employer;
  • Contract employment in Canada;
  • Business activities in Canada.

To initiate the process of Work Visa, the employer who decides to hire a foreign worker may need to apply for LMIA (Labour Market Impact Assessment). In return, a positive LMIA is issued by ESDC if they are satisfied with a fact of non-availability of any Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident to do that particular job.

Work Permits may be issued by Canadian immigration officials without the LMIA requirement in a following limited number of situations:

Benefits of working in Canada

  • Canada’s economy is the 14th largest, making it one of the wealthiest nations with a consistently high standard of living.
  • Canada’s unemployment rates are lower than other countries
  • Canada’s tax structures aren’t the highest among nations but they aren’t the lowest either.
  • Canada is a major contributor to quantum computing, medical discoveries, space science and technology.

Required documentation for LMIA Application

  • Proof of recruitment (e.g. copy of advertisement and information to support where, when and for how long the position was advertised)
  • Business registration or legal incorporation documents (if first LMIA application) Does not apply to employers of In-home Caregivers.
  • Provincial/municipal business license (where applicable and if first LMIA application) Does not apply to employers of In-home Caregivers. Canada Revenue Agency:
    • T2 Schedule 100 Balance Sheet Information (for corporations only – 2 most recent returns filed)
    • T2 Schedule 125 Income Statement Information (for corporations only – 2 most recent returns filed)
      • Only required if this is the employer’s first LMIA application. Does not apply to film and entertainment or employers of In-home caregivers.
  • Provincial/territorial workplace safety and insurance (e.g. workers compensation board) clearance letter/certificate (if applicable)
  • Commercial lease agreement (where applicable and if first LMIA) Does not apply to employers of In-home Caregivers.
  • Film and Entertainment – copy of employment contract (except film and TV)