11 August, 2022

A new contingent of Salvadorans left for Canada, as part of the Labor Migration Program

Labor Migration Program

For two years a new contingent of Salvadorans left for Canada, as part of the Labor Migration Program

Salvadoran government and Canadian consulate authorities fire a new contingent of legal workers. Photo: Courtesy.
Editorial Dept. Voz de la Diaspora

The Savior – A new contingent of 40 Salvadorans left this Monday for Canada, within the framework of the Labor Migration Program, a program implemented by the Ministry of Labor and the Canadian consulate in El Salvador.

The head of Labor Rolando Castro, said it has been a six-month process to get these work visas from 200 Salvadorans, from which the first start 40, this Monday.

Through the Labor Migration Program, work visas have been arranged for a group of Salvadorans leaving for Canada, for a period of two years.

The objective of this program is to promote the labor inclusion of Salvadorans, through regular migration, orderly and safe to countries where employment opportunities are identified, where the Salvadoran workforce enjoys a very good reputation.