Federal skilled worker class is the most popular category to get Canada immigration. Assistance of an immigration lawyer is always valuable when it comes to preparing your case for submission. Under Federal Skilled Worker category, your application will be assessed on the basis of six selection factors including applicant’s education, age, language ability, work experience, arranged employment in Canada, and other factors showing your ability to smoothly settle in Canada (adaptability). Points are awarded under each selection factor, and in order to qualify you must score at least 67 points out of total 100 points.However, before you are judged against these six selection factors, you must fulfill some basic conditions as well, such as:
Scoring minimum 67 points and fulfilling other criteria mentioned above will not however guarantee that you will obtain permanent residence. Once you have scored minimum 67 points, you will have to apply through the Express Entry system which has its own selection mechanism called Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS). Through CRS the Federal government and provincial governments select candidates for permanent residence, who are then invited to submit their application through a letter called Invitation to Apply (ITA).
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