live and work in Canada as a truck driver.
Undoubtedly, there is a great demand for and a lack of long-haul truck driver employment in Canada’s transportation industry.
The Canadian government supports these changes by issuing work permits to eligible foreign individuals who want to work as truck drivers in Canada.
A shortage of truck drivers in Canada has created a need for trucking and transportation companies to extend their recruitment efforts to other countries.
These companies contact us to find reliable and committed truck drivers to fill their vacancies. They can offer you a job and sponsor your visa.
The immigration lawyers at Worldwide Immigration & Business Firm (WWIBF) guide prospective employers and employees through the visa application process from start to finish, which allows you and your immediate family to become Canadian Legal Permanent Residents.
In Canada, truck drivers work full-time, on the weekends, on night shifts, and overtime during the day, night, or evening.
A valid driver’s license (Class 1 or A) is necessary, as well as the Air Brake (Z) Endorsement.
Safety and Security: Basic security clearance, criminal background check, driving record check (abstract), medical examination, and drug test are all required.
Information about transportation and travel: Willing to travel throughout Canada and the United States. Willing to travel during the day, evening, or night, including overnight routes, and willing to travel for long periods of time.
A high school diploma is not necessary for this position.
Driving with a giant load before can be helpful, but it’s not required.
It’s essential to be able to converse in functioning or basic English.