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The Federal Skilled Worker Class has long stood as one of the most sought-after immigration categories. Leveraging a point-based system, the Federal Skilled Worker Class assesses an applicant’s potential for economic establishment in Canada. To be eligible to apply, applicants must score at least 67 points. Selection criteria for skilled workers as permanent residents consider factors such as education, work experience, proficiency in English or French, and other pertinent qualifications. Meeting or exceeding the 67-point threshold qualifies an applicant for immigration to Canada under the Federal Skilled Worker Class, while scoring below this mark renders one ineligible for this category. Additionally, applicants must demonstrate sufficient funds for resettlement in Canada. Upon confirmation of membership in the Federal Skilled Worker Class by IRCC, both the principal applicant and accompanying family members, if any, must undergo mandatory medical examinations and successfully pass criminal and security checks.

Please note that Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) mandate the submission of government application processing fees for the majority of applications. Since January 1, 2015, foreign nationals are selected through the Express Entry System and require an invitation to apply. Under Express Entry, Federal Skilled Workers across 347 eligible occupations, who meet the minimum entry criteria, submit an expression of interest profile to the Express Entry Pool.

To be considered for the Federal Skilled Worker program, candidates must meet specific minimum requirements, including:

Work Experience: Demonstrated experience in the same type of job as the primary National Occupational Classification (NOC) within the last 10 years, meeting specific duration and type-of-work criteria.

Education: Possession of a Canadian secondary or post-secondary certificate, diploma, or degree, or an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) report from an approved agency, validating the equivalency of foreign education to Canadian educational standards.

Language Ability: Attainment of a minimum Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) level 7 in all four language abilities—writing, reading, listening, and speaking—demonstrated through an approved language test in English or French, with test results not exceeding two years from the day of the permanent residence application.

To ascertain your eligibility and proceed with the Federal Skilled Worker application under Express Entry, you can book a consultation with us.

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