Immigration Program to Canada (Federal Skilled Workforce)

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The Immigration to Canada Program (Federal Skilled Workforce) is one of three programs in Canada’s Express Entry system for processing permanent residency applications. All programs in Express Entry are very competitive and use a comprehensive ranking system to score candidates.

A) FSW program requirements

B) FSW request method

Eligibility of the Federal Skilled Workforce Program:

In order to be eligible for FSW, a candidate must have at least some qualifications such as work experience, level of education, age and English or French language skills.

Work experience:

Have at least 12 months of professional, continuous and full-time work experience completed in the last 10 years or have the same amount of part-time work experience.

Skilled work experience refers to the Canadian National Occupational Classification (NOC) experience at level 0, A or B.

Language knowledge:

Get the minimum Canadian language standard(CLB7) on one of the approved English or French tests.

education:

At least one Canadian high school diploma or equivalent in foreign education

Financial support:

Adequate funding to support yourself, your spouse or children based in Canada.

Residence in Canada:

You must intend to live outside of Quebec.

If a candidate meets the above, he or she must also indicate that he or she is earning at least 67 out of 100 points on the FSW Scoring Network.

Score

Factor

25

education

25

Language knowledge

12

Age

15

Work experience

10

Job offer

10

Adaptability

67

Minimum points earned

  • First criterion: education

 Education criteria for immigration to Canada

Level of Education

points

PhD level

25

Master level

23

Two or more post-secondary degrees – at least one for a minimum of 3 years

22

Post-secondary education – 3 years or more

21

Post-secondary education – 2 years

19

Postgraduate degree – 1 year

15

High School

5

the most

25

The second criterion: Language knowledge

Language knowledge

Language knowledge

English

IELTS score

points

The first official language

speech

Hearing

Comprehension

Written

CLB 9

6

6

6

6

6 points / ability

CLB 8

5

5

5

5

5 points / ability

CLB 7

4

4

4

4

4 points / ability

Second official language (optional)

* Points must be scored in all four abilities

4

4

4

4

4 points

English

CELPIPscore

points

CLB 9

9

9

9

9

6 points / ability

CLB 8

8

8

8

8

5 points / ability

CLB 7

7

7

7

7

4 points / ability

Second official language (optional)

* Points must be scored in all four abilities

5

5

5

5

4 points

French

TEFscore

points

The first official language

speech

Hearing

Comprehension

Written

NCLC 9

371+

298+

248+

371+

6 points / ability

NCLC 8

349-370

280-297

233-247

349-370

5 points / ability

NCLC 7

310-348

249-279

207-232

310-348

4 points / ability

Second official language (optional)

* Points must be scored in all four abilities

226-371+

181-298+

151-248+

226-371+

4 points

French

TCF score

points

The first official language

speech

Hearing

Comprehension (readable)

Written

NCLC 9

14+

523+

524+

14+

6 points / ability

NCLC 8

12-13

503-522

499-523

12-13

5 points / ability

NCLC 7

10-11

458-502

453-498

10-11

4 points / ability

Second official language (optional)

* Points must be scored in all four abilities

6+

369-397+

375-405+

6+

4 points

the most

28

  • Third criterion: Age

Age

points

under 18

0

18-35

12

36

11

37

10

38

9

39

8

40

7

41

6

42

5

43

4

44

3

45

2

46

1

47 and older

0

the most

12

  • Fourth criterion: Work experience

    Work experience

Work Experience

points

1 year

9

2-3 years

11

4-5 years

13

6 years and more

15

the most

15

  • Fifth criterion: Job offer

Job offer

Job offers

points

If

And

You are currently working in Canada on a temporary work permit.

Your work permit is valid both when you apply and when you apply for a visa (or when you apply for a visa, you are allowed to work in Canada without a work permit)

And

The IRCC has issued your work permit based on the Positive Labor Market Assessment (LMIA) of Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC). Your employer wants to apply for an LMIA, in which case you must attach it to your request to the IRCC

And

You are working for an employer whose name appears on your work permit as someone who has offered you a permanent job by accepting you as a skilled worker.

10

You are currently working in Canada in an occupation that is exempt from the LMIA (such as the North American Free Trade Agreement) or the federal-state agreement under an international agreement.

Your work permit is valid both when you apply and when you apply for a visa (or when you apply for a visa, you are allowed to work in Canada without a work permit)

And

Your current employer has offered you a permanent job based on your acceptance as a skilled worker.

And

You have worked part-time, full-time or equivalent part-time for at least 1 year.

10

You do not currently have a work permit, or do not intend to work in Canada before obtaining a permanent resident visa.

Or

You are currently working in Canada and another employer has offered to provide you with a full-time full-time job.

Or

You are currently working in Canada, which is exempt from labor market impact assessments, but not under an international or federal-provincial agreement.

An employer has created a permanent job offer for you based on your acceptance as a skilled worker.

And

The employer has a workforce impact assessment from the ESDC

10

the most

10

  • Criterion 6: Adaptability

  • Flexibility of the skilled federal workforce

Adaptability

points

Your previous job in Canada

You will work at least one year full time in Canada (NOC: You have done type 0, A or B skills with a valid work permit or while you are allowed to work in Canada.

10

Your spouse or partner has worked full time in Canada

Your spouse or partner has worked in Canada for at least one year full-time with a valid work permit or while allowed to work in Canada.

5

Your past education in Canada

You have completed at least two years of full-time study (15 hours per week) as part of a program of at least two years of secondary or post-secondary education in Canada and have a good academic standing at that time.

5

Your spouse or partner studied in Canada

Have your spouse or partner completed at least two full-time school years (15 hours per week) as part of a program of at least two years in a high school or post-secondary school in Canada and have a good academic standing at that time? .

5

Job offer in Canada

You have obtained the required points in the fifth criterion: Job offer

5

Language level of your spouse or partner

Have your spouse or partner in all four English or French language skills at CLB level 4 or higher (IELTS: Audio 4.0, Comprehension (reading) 4.5, Writing 3.5, Speech 4.0)

5

Relatives in Canada

You or your spouse or partner have relatives living in Canada who are 18 years of age or older and a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, including any of the following:

  • Parents
  • Grandparents
  • Child
  • grandchild
  • sister or brother
  • Uncle, uncle, aunt, aunt

A niece or nephew

5

the most

10

Once eligible, candidates will be eligible to submit their Express Entry Profile to the Federal Skilled Workforce Program. However, candidates should note that they must meet the basic requirements for Canadian admission. Some criminal offenses and medical conditions may make a person unacceptable in Canada.

How to apply forFSW:Interested candidates must submit their profile to the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Office of Canada. (IRCC)

Submitting an Express Entry profile does not guarantee that a candidate will receive permanent residency in Canada. Only after submitting an Express Entry profile will a candidate be given a CRS score and placed in the next Express Entry lottery to receive invitations to apply for permanent residence. When submitting a profile, an FSWcandidate must provide the following documents:

Evaluation of Educational Credentials (ECA)

In order to claim a degree for education, an FSW candidate must submit a valid ECA report that demonstrates the value of foreign education according to Canadian standards. Five organizations in Canada are allowed to issue ECA reports. This credit is not required for degrees obtained from a Canadian educational institution.

Language knowledge test results:

All candidates under the Express Entry System must submit the results of a certified language test in the last two years. Accepted English language tests include the IELTS test and the CELPIP test, which are currently only available in Canada.Accepted tests for French language included

(Test d’Avaluation de Français (TEF

Test de connaissance du français pour le Canada (TSF Canada)

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Identification documents:

Candidates are asked to provide identification information. Ideally, a candidate and his or her family members should have passports that are valid for travel. If a candidate succeeds in receiving an invitation to apply for permanent residence in Canada, he / she will enter the second stage of the application. At this stage, the applicant has 60 days to prepare and submit an electronic application for permanent residence. This request requires more documentation. Since the launch of the Express Entry System in 2015, the lowest ranking FSW candidate for ITA was CRS 413. If the applicant’s CRS score is below this score, they should look for options to improve their score