Federal Skill Worker (FSW)

Federal Skill Worker (FSW)

 

The Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) is part of the popular Express Entry immigration system that fast-track the immigration process. The Express Entry target more than 100,000 new residents in 2021. You will live as a permanent resident in Canada if your profile is selected from the Express Entry pool.

The Federal Skilled Worker Visa is designed for Applicants who have the qualifications, skills, or work experiences to contribute to the Canadian economy.

Applicants of the Federal Skilled Worker Program must meet the minimum visa requirements. These include having work experience in a managerial, professional, or trade/technical occupation and meeting the pass mark on a points-based assessment. Successful applicants will obtain Canadian permanent residence, which allows them to live and work in Canada.

 

Job Offer in Canada

 Having a job offer in Canada is not a requirement of the Express Entry Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), but it can increase your chances of success. Skilled workers with specific work experience and skills, such as senior managers, executives, self-employed entrepreneurs, or business owner-operators can earn 200 additional CRS points for having a job offer, and other skilled workers with job offers can earn 50 additional CRS points.

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Biggest Industries in Canada for Skilled Workers are

  • Technology & IT
  • Engineering & Architecture
  • News & Publishing
  • Healthcare
  • Commercial Banking & Finance 
  • Marketing & Sales 
  • Energy

 

Are You Qualify for Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)?

In order to qualify for the Federal Skilled Worker Program under the Express Entry system, you must meet the minimum requirements and  will be assessed on the following factors which can increase your CRS points:

1. Level of English and/or French language proficiency, get a minimum score of Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 7 in all 4 abilities in one of Canada’s two official languages – English and French.
2. Level of education, at least secondary education (high-school)
3. Years of work experience, have one year of uninterrupted full time (or equivalent) work experience in the past 10 years under a NOC skill type (O, A, B);
4. Your age;
5. If you have a valid job offer in Canada;
6. Provincial nomination achieved, and
7. Your adaptability (how well you are likely to settle in Canada)

 

You can evaluate your eligibily and online at

 

CALCULATE YOUR FEDERAL SKILL WORKER PROGRAM SCORE

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