Canada Invites Carpenters, Plumbers, Welders From Nigeria, Others

A new immigration pathway for carpenters, plumbers and welders from other countries, including Nigeria, has been unveiled by Canada.

Canada’s express entry is an online system used by the Canadian government to provide permanent residence to skilled workers. It’s the country’s main system for managing skilled worker applications for Canadian immigration.

In a statement by the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) on Tuesday, the country announced a streamlined immigration pathway for skilled workers with specific expertise in carpentry, plumbing and welding.

“Canada’s Express Entry (EE) system is now tailored to provide a streamlined and efficient pathway for individuals with expertise in critical fields.

“By prioritising the invitation of skilled newcomers with experience in the trades, the country aims to meet the increasing demand for talent and fill key positions that contribute to the nation’s economic growth and advancement.

“These category-based selection rounds will continue throughout the year, alongside general invitation rounds, and more details will be announced in the coming weeks.”

According to Marc Miller, Minister of IRCC, it is absolutely critical to address the shortage of skilled trades workers in our country, and part of the solution is helping the construction sector find and maintain the workers it needs.

“This round of category-based selection recognizes these skilled trades’ workers as essential, and I look forward to welcoming more of these talented individuals to Canada,” he said.

There are many different ways for professionals and workers to qualify for a Canada immigration permanent resident visa, according to lawyers at First Immigration Law Firm based in Canada.

The most prominent option is through Express Entry, which is Canada’s main pathway for economic class skilled workers. Your best bet to be eligible under the entry is to meet the requirements of either the Federal Skilled Worker Program or Canadian Experience Class.


In Canada, a phony Nigerian immigration consultant was sentenced to two years in house arrest.

Chinenye Alozie, a phony Nigerian immigration consultant, was sentenced to two years in house arrest by a Canadian Provincial Court.

Chinenye Alozie

Chinenye Alozie was sentenced for being a fake immigration consultant in Canada. According to sources, he has been forging bank records, and documents to help would-be immigrants safely enter the country.

The father-of-4 pleaded guilty to acting as an unauthorized immigration consultant and to misrepresenting facts.

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Chinenye Alozie has forged facts in immigration applications, and offences under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act.

As stated by Canada Today reports, the court heard the crimes related to Alozie’s dealings with more than 60 foreigners. Most of them were students, between 2014 and 2019.

He caught the attention of the Canadian Border Services Agency in late 2018 after reports that he had advertised his services to overseas students online.

QC Matthew Sinclair told Judge Stacy Cawley at a hearing on Tuesday stated that “Alozie is not authorized to represent persons with regard to their applications.”