In reality of a world around us, a big number of people from different reasons decides to change their life environment, and move outside of the borders of their countries, where they had obtained their education and/or their work experiences. However, while moving, individuals often face many obstacles on their way. The common worldwide framework for valuarisation of achieved education and experiences do not exist. Consequentially every country (or a group of them, if we take for example bolonian system that has been established in the countries of European Union) has put in place its own system of specific demands and criteria, demanded from people in different professions, while entering the local labour market. Through the following research, the meaning of lifelong learning and adult education will be studied. The trends of global migrations will be explored, and in this context, we will analyse employment trends and social integration of immigrants. As the following two factors strongly depend on the period the time, the migration of individuals is expected to last, we shall put our special attention to temporary migrants. Threw all the research there will be many examples of immigration policies and experiences of individuals in Canada. The purpose of this is to obtain the information, which can be connected with specific findings of conducted interviews with representatives of selected organisations for integration, and as well with the findings of an online survey, conducted with a specific population of new immigrants in Quebec.