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Express Entry:

Express Entry is the best way to get Canada PR visa. It is the fastest and hassle free way of moving to Canada as a permanent residence. It is a new selection system introduced by IRCC [Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada] in January 2015.

FSWP:

FSWP basically allows applicants to come, work and settle in Canada and contribute in the growth of their economy. This program has minimum requirements for:

You can get points for the number of years you worked doing full-time paid work (at least 30 hours per week, or an equal amount of part-time [15 hours per week for 24 months]) at skill type 0, or skill levels A or B of the 2016 National Occupational Classification.

To get selection factor points, your work experience will count if it was:

  • in Canada or abroad
  • In recent 10 years
  • From skilled type
  • O,A & B category
  • while you were studying (part-time [15 hours per week for 24 months]) at skill type 0, or skill levels A or B of the 2016
  • full-time paid work (at least 30 hours per week, or an equal amount of) at skill type 0, or skill levels A or B of the 2016

If you went to school in Canada, you must have a certificate, diploma or degree from a Canadian:

  • secondary institution (high school) or
  • post-secondary institution

If you have foreign education, you must have:

An Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) report for immigration purposes from a designated organization showing that your education is equal to a completed certificate, diploma or degree from a Canadian:

  • secondary institution (high school) or
  • post-secondary institution

If you meet all the minimum requirements, based on that we will assess your application on factors. If you score 67 points or higher, you may qualify for the Federal Skilled Worker Program.

  • Language skills
  • Education
  • Work experience
  • Age
  • Arranged employment in Canada
  • Adaptability

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.

You must take an approved language test to prove your language levels based on

  • Listening
  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Speaking

You need to score a minimum level i.e., (Canadian Language Benchmark) CLB 7 in all the abilities.

You must show that you have enough money for you and your family to settle in Canada, unless you

->are currently able to legally work in Canada and

have a valid job offer from an employer in Canada

FSTP:

The Federal Skilled Trades Program is for skilled workers who want to become permanent residents based on being qualified in a skilled trade.

To be eligible, you must

->Meet the required language levels for each language ability
->writing
->Reading
->listening
->speaking
->Have at least 2 years of full-time work experience (or an equal amount of part-time work experience) in a skilled trade within the 5 years before you apply.
->your work experience must be for paid work (paid wages or earned commission—volunteer work or unpaid internships don’t count)
->Meet the job requirements for that skilled trade as set out in the National Occupational Classification, except for needing a certificate of qualification.
->Have a valid job offer of full-time employment for a total period of at least 1 year or certificate of qualification in that skilled trade issued by a Canadian provincial, territorial or federal authority.

There is no education requirement for the Federal Skilled Trades Program. But, if you want to improve your rank in the Express Entry pool, there are 2 ways you can do this.

->If you went to school in Canada, you can get points for a certificate, diploma or degree from a Canadian:
->secondary institution (high school) or
->post-secondary institution

or

->If you have foreign education, you can get points for a completed educational credential, if you have an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) report for immigration purposes from a designated organization showing that your education is equal to a completed certificate, diploma or degree from a Canadian:
->secondary institution (high school) or
->post-secondary institution

Skilled trades for the Federal Skilled Trades Program are organized under these groups of the National Occupational Classification (NOC):

  • Industrial, electrical and construction trades
  • Maintenance and equipment operation trades
  • Supervisors and technical jobs in natural resources, agriculture and related production
  • Processing, manufacturing and utilities supervisors and central control operators
  • Chefs and cooks
  • Butchers and bakers

You must show that you performed the duties set out in the lead statement of the occupational description in the NOC. This includes all the essential duties and most of the main duties listed.

You must

  • meet the minimum score of Canadian Language Benchmark 5 for speaking and listening, and Canadian Language Benchmark 4 for reading and writing
  • take approved language tests for
  • writing
  • reading
  • listening
  • speaking

You must show that you have enough money for you and your family to settle in Canada, unless you

  • are currently able to legally work in Canada and
  • have a valid job offer from an employer in Canada

CEC:

The Canadian Experience Class is for skilled workers who have Canadian work experience and want to become permanent residents

You must

  • meet the required language levels needed for your job for each language ability
  • writing
  • reading
  • listening
  • speaking
  • have at least 1 year of skilled work experience in Canada, in the last 3 years before you apply—you can meet this in a few different ways:
  • full-time at 1 job: 30 hours/week for 12 months = 1 year full-time (1,560 hours)
  • equal amount in part-time work: for example 15 hours/week for 24 months = 1 year full time (1,560 hours).
  • full-time work at more than 1 job: 30 hours/week for 12 months at more than 1 job = 1 year full time (1,560 hours)
  • have gained your work experience by working in Canada while under temporary resident status with authorization to work

According to the Canadian National Occupational Classification (NOC), skilled work experience means:

  • managerial jobs (skill level 0)
  • professional jobs (skill type A)
  • technical jobs and skilled trades (skill type B)

Your work experience can be in 1 or more NOC 0, A or B jobs.

There is no education requirement for the Federal Skilled Trades Program. But, if you want to improve your rank in the Express Entry pool, there are 2 ways you can do this.

  • If you went to school in Canada, you can get points for a certificate, diploma or degree from a Canadian:
  • secondary institution (high school) or
  • post-secondary institution

or

  • If you have foreign education, you can get points for a completed educational credential, if you have an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) report for immigration purposes from a designated organization showing that your education is equal to a completed certificate, diploma or degree from a Canadian:
  • secondary institution (high school) or
  • post-secondary institution

You must

  • meet the minimum score of Canadian Language Benchmark 5 for speaking and listening, and Canadian Language Benchmark 4 for reading and writing
  • take approved language tests for
  • writing
  • reading
  • listening
  • speaking

PNP

Provincial Nomination Programs or PNPS are a great way of ensuring you get selected for immigration. Provinces have different requirements for immigration therefore it is important to check before you apply to a province. Based on the requirement of Province, need to check whether the profile is eligible then submit the application for respective province.

  • Alberta
  • British Columbia
  • Manitoba
  • New Brunswick
  • Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Northwest Territories
  • Nova Scotia
  • Nunavut
  • Ontario
  • Prince Edward Island
  • Saskatchewan
  • Yukon
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