The Federal Skilled Worker applications are being processed through the Express Entry selection system to help them migrate to Canada. For this, the eligible candidates are required to make an expression of interest in migrating to the country. It requires you to take a test that is point based and obtain a minimum of 67 out of 100 points.
The next step…
Following this, a petition needs to filed with the immigration department. Only those professionals whose occupations can be found under the Skilled Occupation List [SOL], will be considered eligible to take the assessment test. If the result of this step turns out to be positive, the process will move another step ahead.
If fulfilling the above requirement is not possible, then the applicant must qualify for arranged Employment with a Labor Market Impact Assessment along with a copy of an offer letter for a permanent job from a Canadian employer. If this is also not possible, the applicant must possess a PhD degree or should have completed two years of study in Canada towards a PhD degree. Either way, the degree must be from a recognized university.
The applicant must keep in mind that it is necessary to pass the language ability test for any of the two official languages of Canada. So the applicant must know either English or French. The processing time for such an application is approximately 12 months although it may vary from one profile to another. The application fee is very low and the entire process is greatly simplified.
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- IRCC only accepts TEF (Test d'évaluation du français)
How to prepare for Express Entry?
- Prepare for language exams.
- International English Language Testing System (IELTS) preparation course — prepare and get the results you need to immigrate to Canada.
- IRCC only accepts TEF version of French exam.
- Get your foreign credentials assessed according to Canadian standards.
- Link with employers and maximize your chances for Canadian immigration.
- Promote yourself online through various Canada job portals and social networking sites.
- Prepare and present the best profile possible.
Visit Canada Program Updates for detailed info.
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Federal Skilled Worker Program is your pass to live, work, and settle in Canada. Check eligibility to see if this option is for you.
Score at least 67 of a total 100 points from factors like age, qualification, work experience, occupation, and language.
Six selection factors – Federal skilled workers
English and/or French skills
Arranged employment in Canada
Pass mark: 67 out of 100 points
If you are eligible to apply as a federal skilled worker, we will assess you on a point system based on six selection factors.
Minimum Language Threshold:
As per the new selection criteria of FSWP, the applicants will have to meet the new minimum language threshold: Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 7 or Niveaux de compétence linguistic Canadiens (NCLC) 7 in all four skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing).
Educational Credential Assessment (ECA):
Effective May 4, 2013, IRCC has introduced an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) for all Federal Skilled Worker Program Applicants. Applicants who have Canadian educational credentials do not need to get an ECA, unless they are also submitting a foreign educational credential in support of their application. The ECA process will help determine if the foreign educational credential is authentic and equivalent to a completed credential in Canada.
Funds Requirement for Canada Immigration Canada PR:
In addition to scoring at least 67 points and having experience in one of the (National Occupational Classification skill lever 0, A or B) occupations, successful applicants must show that they have enough money to support themselves and their dependants after arriving in Canada.
The funds needed to support the family is determined by the size of the family.
7 or more
Application Processing Fee:
Application Processing Fee
Child who is under 19 years of age
Right of Permanent Residence fee:
Right of Permanent Residence Fee
Applications made under the Canada PR Federal Skilled Worker category found not eligible according to the specified criteria, will be informed of the decision. The processing fee may or may not be refunded, as per the discretion of the immigration officer.
Right of Permanent Residence Fee:
The right of permanent residence fee should be paid if the application to immigrate as a skilled worker if approved. The fee must be paid before Citizenship and Immigration Canada issues the permanent resident visa. This fee is refundable if the applicant chooses to cancel the application or if he/she chooses not to use the visa.
In addition to the application fees the other fees applicable are for:
- Medical examination.
- Police clearance certificate.
- Language test.
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