The federal skilled worker class is a class of persons who are skilled workers and who may become permanent residents of Canada on the basis of their ability to become economically established in Canada and who intend to reside in a province other than the Province of Quebec.
Foreign Nationals who apply for Canadian Permanent Residence under the skilled worker category are first considered under the Federal Skilled Worker Category. This is the most competitive category which selects only the highest ranking applicants in the Express Entry pool. Foreign nationals selected under the Federal Skilled worker class have the privilege to land and live anywhere in Canada. Applicants applying under the Federal Skilled Worker class are assessed in following six selection factors:
These factors are part of a 100-point grid used to assess eligibility for the Federal Skilled Worker Program. You earn points for how well you do in each of the 6 factors.
The current pass mark is 67 points.
Please contact us for scoring additional points through a job offer from a Canadian Employer. We can assist you with the process.
If you score less than 67 points, you can improve points through one of the following ways:
Applicants who meet the Education, Age and Experience criteria are required to fulfil the Pre-requisites before submitting the application. These include:
Proof of Language proficiency is a must for every applicant whosoever applies for Canadian Permanent Residence as a skilled worker. There is no exception for any one even if you are from an English / French speaking country or have education from Canada or any other English speaking country.
Your foreign qualifications, other than those awarded by Canadian Universities and colleges must have been awarded an equivalency before you apply for Canadian Permanent Residence.
ASSESSMENT PROCESS FOR CANADIAN IMMIGRATION BY IMMIGRATION DEPARTMENT (IRCC)
As first step applicants are assessed for their eligibility in the said class of immigration.
After completion of eligibility review, applicants and any accompanying family members are assessed for Admissibility as per the Canadian Immigration & Refugees Protection Act. The admissibility assessment process can take longer depending upon the country of origin of the applicant, country of Application, and several other factors. The seven factors that can make an applicant inadmissible from applying for Canadian Permanent Residence are:
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