Did you know that you can earn up to 27,877 per year as an experienced waiter if you immigrate to Canada? Canada’s tourism and hospitality industry is booming, and more than 1.7 million jobs are created in the sector each year, including in the hospitality industry.
Hospitality waitresses are in demand in these 4 provinces:
- Nova Scotia;
- Prince Edward Island; and
The great thing about finding work as a waiter in Canada is that there are so many different ways to get there. These include the Express Entry system, the Provincial Nominee Programs, the Rural and Northern Immigration Program, and the Atlantic Immigration Program, as well as the International Experience Canada Program, which recently opened its application season for 2020 Working Holiday in December 2019. With so many options, however, applying for a visa can be quite complicated. However, it doesn’t have to be.
With a paid immigration consultancy, you don’t have to worry about tedious paperwork and red tape. All you have to do is have one of our accredited RCICs (Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants) review your documents to find out which programs you qualify for, and let us guide you through the entire process. Not only do we submit all of your application forms and supporting documents, but we also make sure they get to Canadian immigration in a timely manner and fast-track them whenever possible.
We make the Canadian immigration process easy. Just click on the link below, fill out the quick and easy online form, and let us do the rest for you. Need more information? Read on to find out how you can immigrate to Canada as a waiter in the restaurant industry.
What’s on the Menu: Top Provinces For Food and Beverage Servers to Immigrate to Canada
There is a great need for waiters in Canada’s tourism and hospitality industry, especially in Alberta, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Saskatchewan. Below we have listed what you can earn in each province/territory:
|Top Provinces for Food and Beverage Servers|
|Prince Edward Island||$21,938|
How to Get There
As mentioned earlier, there are several ways to immigrate to Canada as a waiter, namely the Express Entry System, the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program, the International Experience Canada Program, the Rural and Northern Immigration Program, and various Provincial Nominee Programs.
The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program
The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program is for applicants who wish to immigrate to Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador or Prince Edward Island. It is an employer-based program designed to help the province fill the current labour gap with qualified applicants. You can apply for one of the 3 programs in the pilot program:
- Atlantic International Graduate Program
- Atlantic High-Skilled Program
- Atlantic Intermediate-Skilled Program
All 3 programs require proof of language proficiency in English or French, educational qualifications and work experience, and sufficient financial resources to support yourself and your family.
The International Experience Canada Program: Working Holiday Visa
The Working Holiday Visa offers young people between the ages of 18 and 30 the opportunity to travel to Canada to work and gain valuable work experience. The main requirements are that your country has an agreement with Canada that allows you to apply for an IEC work permit (International Experience Canada) or that you use a recognized organization (RO). You must also meet the specific criteria of the country or territory of which you are a citizen and the pool for which you are applying.
There are 3 categories you can choose from:
- Working Holiday
- Young Professionals
- International Co-op(internship)
To immigrate as a waiter in the hospitality industry, you must apply for the working holiday category. The great thing about this program is that no job offer is required.
Provincial Nominee Program
The Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) is province and territory specific. 11 of Canada’s provinces and territories have their own PNP, which allows provinces to nominate individuals deemed suitable to make an economic contribution to the region. Applicants must have a job offer to apply through one of these provincial or territorial programs of their choice and meet the specific criteria of the region’s PNP. Applicants who receive a nomination from a province will receive 600 points added to their Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score, optimizing the likelihood of permanent residency upon immigration to Canada.