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Skilled Immigration Canada

This program employs a point-based system to assess applicants’ potential for economic establishment in Canada.

Key Notes

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The Federal Skilled Worker (FSW) Program, a highly sought-after immigration category, utilizes a point-based system to assess applicants’ potential for economic establishment in Canada. To qualify, candidates must score a minimum of 67 points based on factors like education, work experience, language proficiency, among others. If the threshold isn’t met, eligibility for the program is not attained.

Applicants must also demonstrate adequate funds for resettlement. Once identified as FSW Class members by IRCC, applicants and their accompanying family members must undergo medical exams and pass security checks. Government application processing fees are mandated for most applications, with selection now conducted through the Express Entry System since January 1, 2015. Under this system, candidates must meet minimum entry criteria and submit an expression of interest profile to the Express Entry Pool.

Specific requirements for FSW include relevant work experience, education from Canadian or assessed foreign institutions, and language proficiency demonstrated through approved tests. These requirements ensure candidates possess the necessary skills and abilities to integrate into the Canadian workforce effectively.

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