Mechanisms of Internal and External Labor Mobility

Internal Labor Mobility
It is the subprogram that economically supports job seekers who need to move to federal entities, municipalities or different locations to their place of residence, for occupational purposes, to occupy a job according to their job profile. Its operation is carried out through the following modalities:

  1. Agricultural sector
    Serves job seekers dedicated to field activities such as agricultural day laborers, who at the request of Employers develop seasonal work typical of this sector, which are willing to change residence temporarily.
  2. Industrial and Services Sectors
    Serves job seekers to facilitate their employment link to job opportunities identified in the industrial and service sectors, which are willing to change residence temporarily and / or permanently.

External Labor Mobility
The Labor Mobility Mechanism is regulated and coordinated by the federal governments of Mexico and Canada, through which they undertake to promote the flow of temporary Mexican workers to Canada in an orderly, legal and safe manner. Based on the personnel needs of Canadian employers, the National Employment Service Offices recruit and select unemployed and underemployed persons who have the minimum work experience required by the employer in the occupations offered. It is important to highlight that the SNE Tamaulipas is the only authorized entity for the recruitment, selection and hiring of workers, thus guaranteeing that the attention provided to them is personal and free, without the participation of intermediaries.

Returnees Working
It is the subprogram that supports selected job applicants who have been repatriated by a state of the northern border of the country or any of the airports designated by the migration authorities as points of repatriation of nationals, which indicate to OSNE that they do not intend to emigrate again abroad and his interest in finding a job in his place of origin or residence, as well as not having been benefited by this subprogram.

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