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Skilled Workers

The Federal Skilled Worker (FSW) program is for people who want to immigrate to Canada because of their work experience and skills


To be eligible to apply, you must have:

  • A job offer or

  • Be eligible to work in Canada or

  • Be able to prove that you have enough money to support yourself and your dependents after you arrive in Canada

You need at least 67 points to be eligible to apply as an FSW out of 100 points. You get different points based on:

  • Your education,

  • Your abilities in English and/or French (Canada’s 2 official languages),

  • Your work experience,

  • Your age,

  • If you have arranged employment in Canada and

  • Your adaptability.

The minimum requirements for this program are:

Skilled work background linguistic proficiency education
To qualify, you must fulfill every prerequisite.

Selecting criteria:
If you fulfill all the prerequisites, we will evaluate your application based on:

age, education, and work history

if you have a legitimate job offer
Language proficiency in either English or French adaptability (how well you're likely to settle here)

 

The Federal Skilled Worker Program eligibility is determined using a 100-point scoring system that includes these elements. For how well you perform in each of the 6 factors, you receive points.

The current passing score is 67.

How points from selection factors are used:


We determine your eligibility for the Federal Skilled Worker Program using the selection factor points.

Once you're in the Express Entry pool, we rank your profile using a different methodology. We choose the top applicants from the pool, and we extend an invitation to them to apply for permanent residence.

Minimum standards
professional work experience
If you have experience in one of these National Occupational classifications (NOC) TEER categories, you are considered to have skilled work experience.

  • TEER 0

  • TEER 1

  • TEER 2

  • TEER 3


You must demonstrate that you carried out the tasks outlined in the lead statement of the occupational description in the NOC while working in your primary occupation. This includes all the necessary tasks and the majority of the principal tasks mentioned.

Part-time work experience:

Your professional background must be in a position that is similar to the one you want to use in your immigration application (has the same NOC) (called your primary occupation)


Work that was compensated within the last ten years (wages, commissions, and unpaid internships do not count)
a minimum of 1,560 hours of continuous work over the course of one year (30 hours per week);

 

To fulfill this requirement, you can take on as many part-time jobs as you need to:


working more than one job full-time: 30 hours per week for 12 months at more than one job equals one full year (1,560 hours) of experience working part-time


Your professional experience must have been obtained through paid employment, such as salary or commission. Volunteer work and unpaid internships are not included.

You can work more or less than 15 hours per week as long as it totals 1,560 hours for part-time employment. To obtain the hours required for application, you can work more than one part-time job.

Any hours you put in over 30 per week are not taken into account.

Student Work Experience:


Your minimum requirements may be met with work experience you obtained while you were studying if the work:

was funded by commissions or wages met all other program requirements and was continuous (there were no gaps in employment).


You have to take official English or French language tests for writing, reading, listening, speaking
obtain a minimum of a 7 on the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) for each of the 4 skills
to update your Express Entry profile, add the test results.


The validity of your language tests is two years from the date of the test result. When you submit your application for permanent residence, they must be current.

Language skills you need :

take official English or French language tests for writing, reading, listening, speaking
obtain a minimum of a 7 on the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) for each of the 4 skills
to update your Express Entry profile, add the test results.
The validity of your language tests is two years from the date of the test result. When you submit your application for permanent residence, they must be current.

Education:
You must possess a certificate, diploma, or degree from a Canadian if you attended school in Canada.

either a post-secondary institution or a secondary school.

If you have studied abroad, you must have:

a completed credential, as well as an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) from a designated organization demonstrating that your education is equivalent to a completed certificate, diploma, or degree from a Canadian:


secondary (high school) or post-secondary institution.


Evidence of funds


You must demonstrate that you have enough money to support yourself and your family in Canada unless you:

are currently able to work legally in Canada
have a valid job offer from a Canadian employer


Admissibility
You must be eligible to enter Canada.

Where in Canada can you live?


You must intend to reside outside of Quebec. The province of Quebec hires its own skilled laborers. If you intend to live in Quebec, more information can be found at Quebec-selected skilled workers.

We will ask you where you intend to live in Canada when you complete your profile. You are not required to live in that province or territory.

You must live in the province or territory that nominated you if you are a Provincial Nominee.

Please feel free to contact HYER Migration for free counseling and to make your dream of living abroad a reality.

 

Whatsapp: +971 52 539 7878

Email: accounts@hyerconsulting.com

 

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