We assist immigrants with coming into Canada under various categories, one of these categories is the Federal skilled worker. Federal Skilled Workers are able to apply for permanent residence through their education, work experience, knowledge of French or English and also depending on other criteria that have helped them to become financially established in Canada.
Skilled workers are able to apply under this category for any Province or Territory in Canada except for Quebec. Skilled workers who are applying into Quebec must apply under a separate category. Quebec has it’s own skilled workers, anyone applying under Quebec is known as a Quebec-Selected Skilled worker.
The rules for applying for FSW change on a regular basis so please be sure to check with us before you consider applying. Here are the current list of occupations.
For your application to be considered and eligible you must;
If and when your application is eligible for processing it will be assessed against the requirements set out by CIC.
To apply under this category your work experience must be;
Please also keep in mind that you must provide proof that you are able to financially support yourself and your dependents while you are here in Canada.
You will be greeted by an officer from the Canada Border Services Agency when you arrive in Canada. Please make sure you carry all your documentation with you. When you arrive you must have:
The Officer will ask you a few questions before you are allowed to enter the country, these will be similar to the ones you were asked when you applied for status, you will not be able to enter the country if you give false or incomplete information.
Please keep in mind that some people are inadmissible to Canada, if you find that you are inadmissible to come into Canada do not hesitate to contact the firm, we are here to make your journey smooth sailing with minimum effort. We are here to help, contact us today. You can also now book a consultation with us online for help!
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