Federal Skilled Worker Program

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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Express Entry Results Scores Complete Summary


  • 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.

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Application Procedures

  • 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


Q: Why is it called skilled immigration? What are the important elements?

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.

Q: What are the scores that must be met by the Federal Skilled Worker Program in Canada?

A: The current Canadian Federal Skilled Immigration score is 67 points. The applicant needs to meet the scoring requirements of Express Entry (EE).

Q: When an applicant applies for Canadian immigration, can family members apply too?

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)



Processing Time

Program Categories Online On Paper
Canadian visa application processing time
Temporary Resident Visa
97 Days 97 Days
Visitor Record
82 Days 126 Days
Super Visa 94 Days 94 Days
Study Permit Made Outside Canada
10 Weeks 10 Weeks
Study Permit Made Intside Canada
4 Weeks 4 Weeks
Study Permit Extension 131 Days 63 Days
Post Graduation Work Permit Made Outside Canada 11 Weeks 11 Weeks
Post Graduation Work Permit Made Inside Canada 130 Days 17 Days
Briding Open Work Permit
130 Days 17 Days
Canadian immigration application processing time
Express Entry
5 Months 5 Months
Provincial Nominee Program
15 Months 15 Months
Self-employed Immigration
52 Months 52 Months
Federal Skilled Worker Program
5 Months 5 Months
Start-up Visa
37 Months 37 Months
Spouse/CommonLaw Sponsorship
12 Months 12 Months
(Grand) Parents Sponsorship
23 Months 23 Months
Canadian Citizenship/PR Card processing time
16 Months 16 Months
PR Card
66 Days 66 Days
PR Card Renewal
71 Days 71 Days

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