The Secretary of Labor and Social Welfare of the State of Hidalgo (STPSH) warned citizens about false advertisements seeking to work in Canada, as those interested are at risk of becoming victims of identity theft and other frauds arising out of it.
In this regard, Guadalupe Sarai Marín Hernández, general director of the National Employment Service (SNE) in Hidalgo, noted that they have been dealing with this problem for a long time, for this reason, they have conducted various campaigns to warn citizens. this type of situation. “We told them to be very careful, as people looking for jobs outside our country are easy prey,” he said.
Furthermore, Marin Hernandez said the issue is more complicated than it is believed, as it is not just economic damage. “Losing money is certainly important, but we’re talking about something more delicate, identity theft, because ultimately they can misuse your documentation,” he laments.
Similarly, the Director invited the population to contact the respective places to complete the correct procedure. “Those interested should know that this is where they find formalities, we have clear and secure employment opportunities,” he said.
Similarly, the head of SNE stressed that while STPSH does not ask for any payment, “there are certain procedures that they must cover before arrival, such as payment of passport, work permit or medical studies, but here no payment is required”. is not required, everything is free,” he said.