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Old Nov 5th 2007, 8:35 am
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Hi guys, mate of mine wants a question answered about his probability of moving to Canada to work.
Hes a fully qualified vehicle technician (mechanic).

I know its on the NOC list so i guess going as a skilled worker would be possible!
For an accelerated route:
Would that field of work qualify for sponsorship on the PNP programme?

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Here is a thread about a truck (heavy duty) mechanic. I know heavy duty mechanic is a bit different from a regular mechanic, but there are provinces in which mechanics (any kind of mechanics) are in demand. Certainly that is the case in Alberta.

The thread in question was discussing work permits rather than PNP, but it amounts to the same thing. It's true that some of the specific procedures are different, but both routes can lead to permanent residence at the end of the day.

For what it's worth, skilled tradesmen are eligible for Alberta's PNP.

Note that if your friend got into Canada as a mechanic, he'd have to pass the Red Seal exam within six months. He would be given two tries at the exam. At least that would be the case in Alberta. Your friend would need to check the requirements in his destination province.
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Thanks very much. I'll pass n the info
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