IMMIGRATION

Immigration to a country might be the most crucial decision of someone’s life. Getting settled in a totally new country may require you to face some initial challenges. At this time expert advice will make all the difference between success and failure. It is also very important to follow the immigration procedure accurately so that it becomes successful.


STUDY IN CANADA

Canada Federal Skilled Worker application forms are processed through the Express Entry selection system for immigration to Canada. Candidates eligible under this program need to create an online Canada Express Entry profile. The application selection process demands you to take a point-based test, and score 67 marks out of 100. Also, candidates, whose occupations fall under the ‘Skilled Occupation List’, can take the assessment test.

Skilled Worker Program applications are judged on the basis of applicant’s ability to become economically established upon his or her Immigration to Canada. All the information that you need, to apply for Canada federal skilled worker program is mentioned.

Note: The province of Quebec does not follow Skilled Worker Program and believes in selecting its own skilled workers.

Once filled, Canada federal skilled worker application forms are assessed for eligibility according to the criteria displayed below:

Once filled,Canada Immigration authorities will only process your Canada Federal Skilled Worker (FSW) application form if you have the following:

  • At least one year of continuous and paid (full-time or an equal amount in part-time) work experience in a single job within the last 10 years,
  • At skill type 0, or skill levels A or B of the 2011 edition of Canada’s National Occupational Classification, and who have this amount and type of work experience in one of the eligible occupations
  • And all the necessary requirements stated below


  • IMMIGRATION

  • for at least one year in the same job
  • continuous and paid (full-time or an equal amount in part-time) and
  • skill type 0 for managerial occupations
  • skill level B for technical occupations and skilled trades
  • skill level A for professional occupations or in the Canadian National Occupational Classification (NOC) list. National Occupational Classification is one of the most popular systems used to classify jobs in Canada.


  • Work Experience

  • for at least one year in the same job
  • continuous and paid (full-time or an equal amount in part-time) and
  • skill type 0 for managerial occupations
  • skill level B for technical occupations and skilled trades
  • skill level A for professional occupations or in the Canadian National Occupational Classification (NOC) list. National Occupational Classification is one of the most popular systems used to classify jobs in Canada.


  • Language Ability

    A candidate needs to meet the minimum language levels and while applying he/she must include the results of a language test from an agency approved for Canada’s Citizenship and Immigration. This indicates that you are eligible to meet the minimum language requirement of Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 6/7, which is mandatory for Canada Federal Skilled Worker Program.

    About the Application Cap

    • You must have a Canadian certificate, diploma, or credential and or
    • a credential for foreign education
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    Selection Factors

    If you meet all the above mentioned conditions, there are six selection factors based on which they we will process your application forms. They are:

  • your education,
  • your work experience.
  • your adaptability (how well you are likely to settle here).
  • whether you have arranged employment in Canada, and
  • your skills in English and/or French, Canada’s two official languages


  • Application Processing Fee

    If the applications made under the Canada Federal Skilled Worker program category are found noneligible according to the specified criteria, the candidate will be informed about the decision. As per the discretion of the immigration officer, the processing fee may or may not be refunded.



    Permanent Residence Fee

    Permanent residence fee is paid when the candidate’s Federal Skilled Worker application to immigrate is approved. This PR fee has to be paid before Citizenship and Immigration Canada issues the permanent resident visa. If the candidate then chooses, not to use the visa or cancel the application, then the fee is refundable.

    Other fees that are applicable are for a medical examination, a language test and a police clearance certificate, which are required as a part of the security and crime background check P.S. Post application submission, process time is a minimum of 6 months.



    Provincial Nominee Program (Skilled Worker Category)

  • Alberta provincial nominee program
  • British Columbia provincial nominee program
  • Manitoba provincial nominee program
  • New Brunswick provincial nominee program
  • Newfoundland and Labrador provincial nominee program<
  • Nova Scotia provincial nominee program
  • Northwest Territories provincial nominee program
  • Ontario provincial nominee program
  • Prince Edward Island (PEI) provincial nominee program
  • Quebec provincial nominee program
  • Saskatchewan provincial nominee program
  • Yukon provincial nominee program
  • Winning Track IMMIGRATION CONSULTANTS assist its clients to immigrate to Canada under numerous options in each of the PNP Programs for increase your CRS Score.

    Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), complete assistance for which is offered by us here at Winning Track IMMIGRATION CONSULTANTS, It is important that the candidates selected through Express Entry Program under provincial nomination are supposed to meet the selection criteria of 67 points and all related requirement such as minimum 6.0 in each in IELTS. The Government of Canada has listed out a number of territorial and provincial skilled immigration agreements keeping in mind the specific needs of employers and capital investment requirements for every geographical area. Therefore, most provinces of Canada also have their own Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) which is designed to encourage skilled workers from the whole world to settle in these provinces and contribute to the Canadian economy.

    If you are looking forward to applying under the Provincial Nominee Program for immigration to Canada, we are the right people to be contacted. At Winning Track IMMIGRATION CONSULTANTS, we help you understand what a PNP program is, what its eligibility requirements are, and how to apply for the same. We have a team of expert consultants onboard who have extensive knowledge of the PNPs for each province of immigration to Canada and can help you to apply and gain permanent residency in Canada successfully for the one program that you qualify for. At present, PNP exists in the following territories and provinces of Canada: