Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program
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Question; I’m an electrician from Ireland. My family and I would like to immigrate to Canada. What do I need to know? You should take a look at the Federal Skilled Trades Program.
Understanding the Federal Skilled Worker Program
This is a new immigration category designed for skilled tradespeople who want to become Canadian permanent residents. The Canadian government recently developed this new category to address regional labor shortages.
Who Qualifies for the Federal Skilled Worker Program?
Tradespeople with secure job offers in Canada, or who are certified in one of the select trade occupations, qualify to obtain permanent residency through this program in any Canadian province, except Quebec. Electricians fall under the NOC category group. An experienced immigration lawyer can take a thorough look at your case, and help you to determine if you are eligible for the program and what will be needed to present a strong application. We can help. Visit us at VisaPlace.com to find out if you are eligible.
Do You Wish to Apply for the Federal Skilled Worker Program?
The VisaPlace Group of Lawyers (VPGs) and their staff are all independent, licensed practitioners who understand how important it is for to you to achieve your immigration goals and have been trained to follow best practices and procedures to maximize your chances of success! If you are interested in applying for the Federal Skilled Worker Program, contact us to book a consultation.
About Michael Niren
Michael is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section and the Associate Member of the American Bar Association. Read more
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