Immigration Service paths support QH stakeholders with robust MPM streams and stewardship opportunities for attracting world-class talents and onboarding next-generation skilled workers. Immigration paths provide migrants and newcomers with ILA to acquire new knowledge, skills and competencies.
Immigrants, refugees and newcomers can start early in the immigration process and respond to the skills gap in local jurisdictions by showcasing their PoC, CoA, CoQ, CoE, and CoI. We work with QH partners to integrate legal pathways and micro-credentials into MPM for foreign credentials recognition. Immigration Service paths are designed to accelerate the digital-green transition through SCF and can be used in education, labour and immigration centres to support job seekers, asylum seekers, refugees and newcomers.
Immigration Service paths help members with tools, capacities, and communities to tackle immigration issues. Through MPM, we work with QH partners to ensure that all members, regardless of personal barriers, have equal and equitable access to immigration services and support they need to achieve their goals and grow into caring, competent, and healthy citizens. Our service paths address the unique needs of newcomers and QH stakeholders through integrated concepts, such as Intersectional Social Identity, Deliberative Polling®, and Quadratic Voting.
Newcomers bring ideas, energy, skills, resources, and a strong desire to succeed and contribute to their new country. In order to contribute, they must first be allowed to develop new knowledge, skills and competencies needed to secure employment in their new country. Immigration Service paths help newcomers with ILA to learn, adapt and contribute through MPM as valued and productive participants in the workplace, communities, and societies.
Immigration Service paths provide step-by-step modular design allowing service providers to create and mix steps for integrated processes and optimized results. The MPM’s cross-functional capabilities provide service providers with the ultimate agency and freedom to design and deploy their licensed and legal immigration services in target jurisdictions. Immigration Service providers can use process pathways to publish and integrate pre-arrival assessment tools, online and overseas services, and information supports to help job seekers and immigrants prepare for applications and entry into the local labour market. Immigration Service paths use MPM, CRS, and iVRS to involve social partners, civil society, education, legal, training and labour organizations in the process.