The Express Entry selection system offers a quick and simple process for Canadian employers to hire skilled workers, who would then receive permanent residence. After receiving a qualifying job offer, the prospective employee will be invited to apply for Canadian permanent residence. There are three main immigration streams which are processed through the Express Entry program:
Federal Skilled Worker
If the foreign workers have work experience in a skilled occupation determined by the National Occupational Classification (NOC) system, you may be able to hire him or her through the Federal Skilled Worker Class, if you have not been able to fill the open job position locally.
Canadian Experience Class
Foreign workers who have been employed on a temporary basis and have been offered full-time employment by their Canadian company may qualify for Canadian immigration under the Canadian Experience Class.
Federal Skilled Trades Program
If the foreign worker is a skilled tradesperson. They may qualify to become permanent residents of Canada on the basis of their qualification in a skilled trade through this program. This stream is for Canadian companies that are looking to hire tradespersons internationally and have been unable to do so locally.