21st Oct 2011, 04:38
I'm a 23 year old. Finished all my EASA oral exams and 2 years on the job training..*
Got my B1 license part-66 and A320 type course and it's indourse * in my license !!*
I've 2 years on the job training experience, never worked as an employee as an aircraft technician.*
Can you pls tell me.. If I apply to an airline in Canada is there any chance they take me as a technician..!!*
I appreciate your help..*
Thanks and regards
21st Oct 2011, 16:31
Do you have the legal right to live and work in Canada?
21st Oct 2011, 22:39
What do you mean by legal right ! Like to have visa or citizenship ??
And how can I get this ??
21st Oct 2011, 23:47
Some information to start with.
Working temporarily in Canada: Eligibility to apply (http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/work/apply-who-eligible.asp)
22nd Oct 2011, 00:26
Thank you so much..!
I read it..
Do you have any idea if Canadian airline accept my engineering license (EASA Part-66 B1) to work as a technician in Canada.
Is there any chance an airline or a maintenance organization accept me as a technician.
I'm really interested yo get a job in Canada and live in Canada.
Thanks in advance for any help !!
22nd Oct 2011, 13:46
I suggest that you would likely have a difficult time securing employment in Canada. In order to get an airline to employ you, the airline would have to demonstrate that there is a lack of qualified Canadian citizens or Canadian residents available for the job or for you to prove to Canadian authorities that you have some unique skill in order for you to obatain all the required legal permission. With all due respect, neither of those avenues are likely given your stated field of employment. I'm not aware of any particular lack of aviation maintenance folks in this country.
Keep in mind, I am not an immigration lawyer nor do I have any particular knowledge in this area beyond a basic understanding.
22nd Oct 2011, 18:05
Oh okk ya true !!
Anyway thank you so much, I have Canadian friends I'll check with then too pilots and engineers..!! They were in Bahrain and now they moved back to Canada I loved Canadian ppl and they made me love in intreste to work and live in Canada
Cheers and thank you again