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Need to hire highly skilled software and hardware engineers?

Path to Canada connects Canadian tech companies with US educated and US experienced technical talent who are seeking to move permanently to Canada.

What We Do?

We pre-qualify them for Canada’s innovative work visa program (Global Talent Stream), so you only see technical talent that is qualified to move to Canada. Also, we interview them and vet them, so that you only see the highest qualified candidates

The result:

Access to a new source of technical talent to help you build your engineering team in Canada

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To learn more, please fill out this form to arrange a consultation

How it works?

You review and sign the Path to Canada Recruiting Agreement.

Path to Canada recruiters discuss your open engineering roles and learn gather info on your company and the ideal candidate for each open role

We send you vetted candidates that are a match for each role.

You interview the candidates

You make offers to the candidates you want to join your team

Upon candidate acceptance of your offer letter, you apply for Global Talent Stream (Canada’s work visa program)

Upon issuance of a work permit via Global Talent Stream, Candidate can now legally accept the job offer

Candidate moves to Canada and starts working for your team

Ready to to start finding talent?

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Full stack developer: Tiago E.

6+ years experience

  • Javascript
  • React
  • Java8
  • Ruby on Rails
  • Git
  • Kotlin

Senior data scientist: Vamsi E.

9+ years experience

  • Python
  • R
  • Java
  • Scala
  • Spark
  • MySQL
  • Hadoop
  • Hive
  • HBase

Back-end developer: Nilay A.

13+ years experience

  • Ruby
  • Ruby on Rails
  • PHP
  • Laravel
  • Javascript
  • Bootstrap
  • React

Data scientist: Ilya S.

4+ years experience

  • Javascript
  • React
  • Java8
  • Ruby on Rails
  • Git
  • Kotlin

What Our Candidates Say

What is Path to Canada?

We are a marketplace to connect tech workers (ex: software engineers, hardware engineers, developers) with Canadian tech companies. All tech workers have US tech degrees and 3+ years of US work experience.

Who are your candidates?

Our candidates are currently working in the US on a work visa (i.e. OPT or H-1B), and are permanently relocating to Canada. Some of them need to leave the US immediately due to immigration challenges, and others are seeking to leave the US due to inability to get US permanent residence.

If I decide to hire one of your candidates, what’s the process for getting them into Canada?

Hiring through Path to Canada will makes it easy. We connect employers with professionals who can guide the process of sponsoring a work visa. The employer will sponsor the new hire’s work visa via Global Talent Stream, Canada’s innovative new work visa program. Work visas are awarded to qualified candidates in 30 days. (Please note, we are currently seeing delays due to COVID-19.)

How does Path to Canada work?

Step 1: Path to Canada will vet candidates for a Canadian employer. We’ll make sure each candidate is a great match for the role, and also qualified for the work visa.

Step 2: The employer will conduct interviews to decide if they’d like to make an offer to hire one of our candidates. Assuming they do, we move on to step 3.

Step 3: Upon candidate acceptance of the offer letter, the employer will apply for Global Talent Stream (Canada’s innovative new work visa program)

Step 4: Once the work visa is approved, the new hire will move to Canada and begin work.

Why can’t we access these candidates on our own?

Path to Canada’s team is based in the US. We are actively marketing to international tech workers across the US. We have built up a sizeable database of potential candidates, and hundreds of new applicants visit our website each month.

What does your service cost?

Our pricing model is similar to agencies. Please contact us for more information.

Which Canadian cities or provinces do you support?

As a distributed team, we are able to support all provinces; coast to coast to coast.