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The article below summarizes a number of pathways for Vietnamese workers and their family members:

1. Agricultural workers

Vietnamese workers can work in the agricultural sector on farms and nurseries in Canada to perform tasks such as transplanting, harvesting, processing agricultural products or raising livestock and poultry. These programs do not require a degree or English proficiency of an employee.

Previously, workers were only allowed to work for up to four years in the agricultural sector in Canada, including a grace period. As of December 13, 1616, Canada has abolished the four year limit for work in this group job. Accordingly, foreign workers may remain in Canada to work for an unlimited period of time and meet the conditions for extension of their work permit as directed by the government.

2. Employees help, care for the family

If you have a minimum IELTS score of 5.0, experience in family care, child care, aged care, caring for patients, nurses, nurses, and so on. Vietnam workers can work in 05 groups of jobs below:


  • Child care - Home child care providers
  • Home support workers and related occupations
  • Nurse aides, Orderlies and patient service associates
  • Nursing - Licensed practical nurses
  • Registered Nurses and Registered Psychiatric Nurses

3. Skilled labor

To participate in work programs in Canada for skilled workers, workers should meet the following minimum requirements:

  • + Have work experience.
  • + Have College or higher degree or equivalent vocational certificate.
  • + IELTS 5.0 or above.

Vietnamese international students in Canada

According to US News & World Report, Canada is the country having the best quality training, better than England, America, Finland. Canada is the third-largest country in the world, stretching from the Pacific to the Atlantic, from the Arctic to the American border. The country has more than 32 million people, most of whom live in about 100 miles near the American border. Climate is in the temperate regions, very cold winters, with industrial and high quality of life.

Education here is funded by the government so tuition is lower than other countries. Canada has two main languages: English and French, which is a good learning environment for international students. Each year, about 200,000 international students come to study in Canada, having about 1,000 are Vietnamese students.

Low tuition and living expenses

Although the country has a developed economy, living standards are high but the cost of studying in Canada is still cheaper than other G8 countries such as Australia, France, England and the United States. The total cost of a school year in Canada is average about CAD 13,000.

Most Vietnamese students studying in Canada often work part-time to earn income and reduce living expenses, improve communication skills and expand relationships.

Recently, the Canadian government has set a target of receiving 51,000 immigrants through the Provincial Nominee Program. In particular, the province Quebec aims to welcome 29,000 immigrants through an economic settlement program, including the Quebec Skilled Worker Program.

Residence conditions: Students graduating from college, university or postgraduate programs are allowed to work for 1-3 years. After working full time for at least one year, students are eligible to apply for permanent residence in Canada.


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