How to Check is Your Canada Job Offer Letter is Fake
How to Verify Canada Job Offer: Looking for a work visa/ Job offer in Canada? Make sure you’re not tricked by fraudulent job offers! To avoid fraud, we recommend that you take the following steps before paying any money or sending any personal documents in response to a job offer.
Canada has two temporary employment visa programs for unskilled workers: the Temporary Foreign Workers Program (TFWP) and the Program for Temporary Agricultural Workers (PTAT). The TFWP functions similarly to the H-2 programs in the U.S., as contracting is done through private agencies or recruiters.
For any job offer in Canada, you – the applicant – should either write directly to the Canadian Embassy in Mexico (in the case of TFWP) or else call to the Immigration Office.
- Write to the Canadian embassy in Delhi with your question about the validity of the job offer or work visa. The subject of the email should say “Verification of Job Offer” so that they can make your message a priority.
It is important to include the following key points in your email:
- Name of the company or employer listed on the job offer
- Information about the job offer (salary, location, duration, type of visa, etc)
- Steps that you were told to take (paying a recruitment fee, joining a waitlist, processing a visa, etc.)
- Also, you should attach any documents that you have received with respect to the offer.
- We recommend that the person interested in working be the one to actually verify the job offer, either by contacting the Canadian Embassy in Delhi through the email provided, or by calling the Canadian Embassy at the phone number listed in the website.
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