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Foreign Qualification Recognition in Ontario – 20 Minute Survey for Internationally Trained Immigrants

Are you a newcomer to Ontario who has had your education, experience or qualifications assessed, or worked or sought work in Ontario? If so the Government of Ontario (Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration) would like to hear about your experiences as part of a review of Foreign Qualification Recognition in Ontario.

The survey should take no more than 20 minutes to complete and all information provided by respondents will be aggregated with that of others and no response will be attributed to any individual.

Take the survey for Internationally trained immigrants.

Employer Survey information 

The Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration (MCI) has engaged KPMG LLP and Ference Weicker & Company to undertake a review of the Foreign Qualification Recognition (FQR) system in Ontario. The focus of this review is on existing FQR policies, processes and programs, which will help to facilitate an informed discussion about how effectively the existing system is serving immigrants and contributing to a stronger provincial economy.

As part of this review, a survey is being conducted to better understand the experiences of Ontario employers with respect to employing internationally trained immigrants. The results of the survey will be used in reviewing existing programs and policies and developing recommendations for the future. 

The survey will take approximately 20 minutes to complete. The information you provide will be aggregated with that of other employers and no response will be attributed to any single organization or individual. The following is a link to the survey which will take you to a third-party secure website to complete the questionnaire. 

Take the survey for employers who have employed internationally trained immigrants.