TWP or PR FSW

Old Oct 5th 2014, 4:34 am
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Hi I am lucky enough to have a job offer from a company (my cousins in Alberta) that is for a highly skilled engineering post that will pay in excess of $150000 per year. However I have to get a visa of some sort to get in the country to take up the post.

Reading other posts the company has to apply for an LMO so the Canadian authorities agree a non-Canadian can take up the post.

Here is the first question
Assuming the company gets a positive LMO outcome. For the last 10 years or more I have been working in IT management however the role my cousin wants me to take up is a engineer in the oil and gas industry. This is the type of work I have done years ago but I cannot show recent work history in this area. My cousin is more than happy I can do the role but will the Canadian authorities stop me getting the job if I don't have recent experience I can demonstrate with CV's and employer references.

At this stage I am looking for the easiest way in to the county with a legal work permit and residents permit (temporary or permanent).

Is the TWP the simplest and shortest route to take? or should I look at the more complicated PR FSW option?

Thanks in advance
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