STEP 1 icon View the video

Do you want to work in Quebec, Canada?

In order to better know our services and better guide you in the search for work in Quebec, Canada, you only have to carefully watch the video right here, and then fill out and submit the form on this page. This is necessary for us to better understand your goals and analyze if you qualify for a first free 10-minute video conference interview. It is possible to have access to consultations by paying the fees on appointment. See the APPOINTMENT PAGE .

Mr. Daniel Dargis, Eng., is not an immigration officer; he is not a lawyer, or a real-estate broker. He is a Quebec engineer, general contractor since 1989, and he acts as an impartial advisor in order to give advice and provide tools for you to be better prepared to come to Quebec, Canada for study, work, business and investment projects.

  • We do not issue invitation letters.
  • We do not offer work, jobs or employments.
  • We do not offer promises or guarantees of work.

STEP 2 icon Fill out the form

Form

A - Basic preliminary questions


1. Do you need an invitation letter to come to Canada?

2. Do you need to obtain a promise of employment from our company or another company BEFORE coming to Canada, TO come to Canada?

3. Following the free 10-minute interview, are you able to pay the fees of $350-550/hour for advance consultations by Paypal or at the office in Montreal?

4. For how many months can you support yourself without working in Quebec, Canada, during your studies or your search for work, business, investments?

5. Describe in a few words your needs, what you want in the short, medium and long term and the person or experts you are looking for.

6. Do you have a computer, a HIGH-SPEED Internet connection and a video camera in a QUIET location, at home and at work, to access an advisory conference call with Mr. Daniel Dargis, Eng.?

7. The offices of Construction Daniel Dargis, Eng., in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, being open from 6 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday through Saturday, do you have the possibility, given the time difference, to access a video conference call within this time-period?

B - General personal information


11. Do you have a driver’s licence?

12. Do you have children or a family?

C - Professional and business information


5. Are you knowledgeable about Quebec labour laws for your industry, or for the job you are looking for?

6. Do you know that in several sectors of activity there are other requirements and laws within Quebec that must be met in order to be authorized to work?

7. Do you know an impartial advisor, someone who can inform you in general about these requirements and these labour laws in general, in Quebec?

8. Do you have an idea about the cost of living in Quebec? Food, accommodation…?

10. Do you have friends or contacts here in Quebec to guide you upon arrival?

11. Do you already have a professional diploma in your country?

12. Have you considered that it might be necessary to do additional training as soon as you arrive in Quebec in order to allow yourself to acquire the knowledge and obtain the certifications needed to work in Quebec?

14. Do you know the NBC, i.e. the National Building Code in Quebec?

15. Do you know that to have the right to carry the title of engineer or architect or to work in Quebec as an engineer or architect you must be a member of the OIQ (Corporation of Engineers) or the OAQ (Corporation of Architects) in Quebec?

16. Do you know the labour laws in the construction sector in Quebec, Canada?

17. Do you know that the majority of construction workers are very regulated in Quebec and that construction workers must first obtain CCQ (Construction Corporation of Quebec) authorization to work on construction sites in Quebec?

18. Are you ready to do additional studies or an apprenticeship period without employment in Quebec (without working) at your expense, for a period of 1-2 years before having the opportunity to be authorized to work in Quebec? Do you have the financial resources for this?

19. Do you know lawyers specializing in construction laws in Quebec?

20. Do you know the organizations and government institutions related to the construction sector that give information and grant work skills authorizations in Quebec, Canada?

21. Do you have the financial capacity to make several visit exploration trips before finding a job in Quebec and obtaining the necessary documents and certifications allowing you to start a job in Quebec?

21.1 How many trips have you planned before actually starting a business?

22. Have you ever visited Montreal, Quebec or Canada?

23. Have you ever consulted an immigration officer or a trusted immigration lawyer to come on a business trip to Quebec, Canada?

24. Do you know an immigration lawyer or officer in Canada?

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27. Are you sure that you need an invitation letter to come on an EXPLORATION trip to find a job in Quebec (without working during the exploration trip)?

D - Short, medium and long-term life, work and business plan


2. Do you plan to learn French and English perfectly before arriving in Quebec or during your work stay in Quebec?

2.1 What are you going to do to become proficient in these 2 languages?

3. Do you plan to live and work in Canada?

5. Do you think you will need help looking for a job?


STEP 3 icon Make a reservation for a call


Contact Us




5600 Hochelaga Est, # 140
Montréal, Québec, Canada H1N 3L7

Téléphones: +1 (514) 623-5564

                     : +1 (877) 304-8043

Email: bureau@dargisconstruction.com

Skype: danieldargis

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