In permanent residency there is a well-known program is Federal Economic Program which consists Federal Skilled Worker Class, The Canadian Experience Class, Federal Skilled Trades Class, Provincial Nomination Program, Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program and Rural & Northern Immigration Pilot Program all these programs are affiliated with a common system called Express Entry.
What is Express Entry?
Skilled immigrants stand good chances to become permanent residents of Canada through the Express Entry system.
Express Entry is used to manage visa applications received through the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program, and Canadian Experience Class.
Here’s the process to apply through the Express Entry system:
- Create your Express Entry profile online, mentioning your skill, age, language proficiency, work experience, and other details. Once qualified, you will be moved into the Express Entry pool of candidates.
- You can then begin your job search either using the Job Match Account with Job Bank or through job portals and hiring agencies.
The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) is a point-based system to assess the eligibility of candidates for the Express Entry System. If you are one of the top scorers, you will be invited to apply for Permanent Residency. Canadian degrees/certificates, a job offer in Canada, nomination from a province or territory – all these can leverage your score, increasing your chances of getting an invite.
Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSW)
This program is for skilled workers with foreign work experience who want to immigrate to Canada permanently.
This program is for those people who want to move permanently to Canada, the candidates require to qualify through six selection criteria.
Your application will be assessed by Aspire Square on the bases of these selection factors
- Work experience
- Whether you have a valid job offer
- English and/or French Language Skills
- Spouse English/French Language Score.
- Have at least 1 year of full-time work experience from Canada (NOC 0, A & B).
- Have at least 1 year of full-time study from Canada.
- You or Your
Spouse Have Blood Relative in Canada who are Canadian Citizen or PR holder,
- A parent; A sister or brother; An aunt or uncle; A niece or nephew; A first cousin; A grandparent; or A step-family member/in- law of the same relationship.
To get eligible for the program the candidate should have at least 67 points out of 100.
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