FEDERAL SKILLED WORKER (EXPRESS ENTRY):
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 are score minimum 67 points, you will have to apply through the Express Entry system which has its own Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) to select candidates who are invited to apply for permanent residence through Invitation to Apply (ITA).
FEDERAL TRADE WORKER (EXPRESS ENTRY):
This immigration stream allows individuals with work experience in a specific skilled trade (see list below) to obtain Canadian permanent residence. In order to qualify you must have at least two years (or equivalent) of full-time work experience in an eligible skilled trade obtained within last five years. You must also meet certain other requirements, such as:
Only applicants having at least two years’ work experience in the following skilled trades are eligible to apply:
CANADIAN EXPERIENCE CLASS (EXPRESS ENTRY):
Under this program temporary foreign workers in Canada can apply for permanent residence. If you are a temporary foreign worker with required duration of full-time skilled work experience in Canada, you may apply for Canadian permanent residence under this category. Skilled work experience means you should have worked for at least 12 months in Canada in a NOC skill type 0, A or B job.You must show your intention to live outside the province of Quebec, and must also fulfill minimum language requirements (English or French). In case of NOC skill type 0 and A jobs, language requirement is CLB 7. In case of NOC skill type B jobs, language requirement is CLB 5.
A Work Permit will allow someone to work temporarily in Canada. Work permit is issued to an individual who is not a citizen or permanent resident of Canada and who wishes to work temporarily in Canada. In case of nationals or residents of many countries, applicant will also have to obtain a temporary resident visa to travel to and work in Canada. You will have to submit an application at the relevant visa office, and will have to satisfy the visa officer that you meet the requirements of a temporary resident visa, such as:
Your spouse and dependent children can also accompany you to Canada. If you are working in Canada on a work permit, and your existing job is extended or changes, you must apply to change conditions of your work permit. We can assist you achieve these tasks in a professional manner. Work permit only allows you to live in Canada temporarily. If you intend to live permanently in Canada and later get Canadian citizenship, you have to apply for permanent residence status either from within Canada while you are working here, or you can return back to your home country and apply for permanent residence. There are different options you can consider. For example, once you have gained work experience in Canada, you may qualify for Canadian permanent residence under the Canadian Experience Class, or one of the Provincial Nominee Programs offered by different provinces in Canada.
PROVINCIAL NOMINATION PROGRAMS:
We also assist applicants and employers to submit applications for temporary or permanent residence through the Provincial Nomination Programs. These programs are designed by different Canadian provinces in light of their specific labor market needs. Currently we are offering our services for the following provincial programs: