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Having an Arranged Employment Opinion (AEO) strengthens your application for immigration to Canada under the Skilled Worker Class.
An Arranged Employment Opinion can fast-track your application for permanent residency in Canada An Arranged Employment Opinion (AEO) is a genuine job offer of full-time permanent employment made by an eligible Canadian company. More importantly, Arranged Employment provides you with the basic eligibility to apply to immigrate to Canada even if your professional experience does not fall within the Priority Occupations List. AEO significantly provides you with up to 15 additional combined points on the selection factors criteria for skilled workers. 5 points are allotted for the Adaptability Selection Criteria while a maximum of 10 points are allotted for the Arranged Employment Selection Criteria with the following table as guide:
If And Points
You currently work in Canada on a temporary work permit. Your work permit is valid at the time of the permanent resident visa application and at the time the visa is issued.
And
Your employer has made an offer to employ you on an indeterminate basis if the permanent resident visa is issued.
10
You currently work in Canada in a job that is exempt from confirmation by Human Resources and Social Development Canada (HRSDC) under an international agreement or a significant benefit category (for example, an intra-company transferee). Your work permit is valid at the time of your application for a permanent resident visa and at the time the visa is issued.
And
Your employer has made an offer to employ you on an indeterminate basis if your permanent resident visa is issued.
10
You do not currently have a work permit and you do not intend to work in Canada before you have been issued a permanent resident visa. You have a full-time job offer that has been approved byHRSDC.
And
Your employer has made an offer to give you a permanent job if your permanent resident visa is issued.
And
You meet all required Canadian licensing or regulatory standards associated with the job.
10
Applying with an Arranged Employment Opinion requires that the Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) confirm the job offer made to you from an employer in Canada. It is crucial that your career experience matches the AEO in order to be validated by the HRSDC.

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