Federal Skilled Worker Program / FSW
Federal Skilled Worker Program, is FSW for short. If the applicant has been engaged in 1 year of continuous work in the past 10 years, the occupation belongs to NOC Level 0, A or B, and is the same code, IELTS General Training reaches 6 in all 4 categories, has WES diploma certification, and the reaches 67 points (Score form attached below), the applicant can apply for Canadian federal skilled immigration.
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- One year of continuous full-time (or equal amount) NOC 0/A/B work experience in the past ten years; English language test score reach CLB 7; six factor (language, age, education, work, LMIA and adaptability) score reaches 67 points.
- French extra points: If the four French language scores (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) all reach NCLC 7 (equivalent to CLB 7), and the English is at or below CLB 4, there will be an additional 15 points; If reach level NCLC 7 (equivalent to CLB 7), and English at or above CLB 5, then the applicant will receive 30 extra points.
- Bonus points for siblings: If the applicant (or the applicant’s accompanying partner) has direct siblings in Canada, who are over 18 years old and are PRs/Citizens, there will be 15 extra points.
- Submitted online via Express Entry / EE.
- Enter the EE pool
- Obtain an invitation letter from the Immigration Office to apply for a program
- Submit an immigration application
- Processing (about 6 months)
- Land as a permanent resident
A: Skilled immigration means that applicants do not rely on the guarantee of others, but rely on their own skills and talents to independently apply for immigration to Canada.
A: The current Canadian Federal Skilled Immigration score is 67 points. The applicant needs to meet the scoring requirements of Express Entry (EE).
A: As long as one person applies, the whole family can apply for immigration.
- The service fee is charged according to the customer’s situation. If the customer’s situation is more complicated, there may be additional charges (refer to customer evaluation)