In Canada, the Arranged Employment Factor is one of the six factors for which points are awarded by Canadian Immigration Visa Officers in determining whether a Skilled Worker / Professional applicant will be accepted or refused.Up to 10 points are awarded under the Arranged Employment Factor as follows:
|Immigration to Canada: Arranged Employment||Points|
|Permanent job offer from a Canadian employer, approved by the Canadian Government Department of Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC), or||10 points|
|Permanent job offer from a Canadian employer, without the necessity of HRSDC approval, if, at the time of applying for the Permanent Resident Visa, the applicant is employed in Canada by the same employer, on one of the Temporary Work Permits that allow for arranged employment.||10 points|
An additional 5 points may also be awarded under the Adaptability Factor.