They Warn Of Fake Job Offers In Canada – Local News, Police, About Mexico And The World | Herald Chihuahua

The joys. – Social networks have once again become a tool to deceive unsuspecting citizens, who are attracted by job offers in Canada but on the condition that payment is made, so the call was made not to trust the ads posted online.

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Tranquilino Díaz, a worker of Rarámuri descent and a beneficiary of the National Employment Service program, called on people not to be deceived, because on Facebook there are many fake pages offering jobs in the northern state.

He said that many people, who know he goes to work in Canada every year, have told him that when they contact the alleged job promoters, they ask them for money, and convince them with the promise that the procedures are easy.

“How are you going to pay?” Well, if someone is going to give you a job, you should not pay anything at all. Where you have to go to Chihuahua, to the National Employment Service and there they will give you everything you need to do, and all the steps to go to work in Canada “, Said the interviewee.

Tranquilino confirmed that between fifteen and twenty people informed him of the false offers, for which he assured that it was safer to go to the Ministry of Labor to find out about job opportunities in other countries.

He said that certain documents are requested to be sent to SNE and onwards, if this office considers the applicant suitable for work abroad, other requirements such as medical certificate and passport are requested, which is necessary for work permit processing.

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“A lot of people say: Going to Canada is very easy. It’s not true, it’s not easy to go to Canada. If I have papers to go to work there, I’m suffering a lot this year because of the epidemic … It’s not really easy to go to Canada.” , Denial.

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