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1. To generate spaces, both in Canada and Mexico, where issues related to themselves (identity, homesickness, care), the “others” (Canadians, Mexicans, Guatemalans, etc.), the environment (climate, agribusiness, rural Canada), work (employment contract, life insurance, health, pension, salary, etc.), and family (maternity, paternity and distance partner, and temporary) are discussed and solved. 2. To link migrants with social workers from universities to accompany them in this life scheme. 3. To train newly recruited workers, and those who are about to retire, for the mechanisms they will have to deal with. 4. Officers working in the secretaries do not know in depth what migrants experience in Canada as migrant workers. It is essential to raise their awareness to improve the attention and efficiency in the demands made by migrants.