Skilled Immigration Overview
Canada accepts thousands of Skilled Worker Applications each year. However, the process is not easy and is very time consuming. Applying for Canadian Permanent residence requires knowledge of the requirements, procedures, Canadian embassies, as well as how to respond to inquires from Canada immigration during the application process.
Like all immigration applications, getting it right the first time is essential. Our firm makes sure that:
- Your Skilled Worker application is prepared properly which means all the documentation and necessary information is assembled and organized for review by the visa officer
- We prepare a detailed legal submission letter explaining why you are a qualified candidate for Canadian immigration
- Your application is submitted to the correct Visa office. Once your application is submitted we also monitor it as its being processed. We are there for you every step of the way!
Beware, however, that the Immigration Regulations also gives an immigration officer the power to exercise negative discretion in cases where the applicant scores 67 points or above if the officer forms the opinion that the applicant will unlikely economically establish himself/herself in Canada.
Why Hire Us to Help ?
Our lawyers have over 15 years of experience in handling Permanent Resident cases from virtually every country. Applying for Canadian immigration will be one of the most important decisions you make in your life. Make sure your case is in good hands! The documentation and processes involved in successfully obtaining an Immigration visa are complex and usually require legal expertise. We have helped thousands of individuals to successfully get Canadian permanent residence and we can help you too!
Federal Skilled Worker Requirements
When creating your Express Entry profile, your rank within the Express Entry pool will be determined by your CRS Score. There are 3 minimum requirements to be considered for the Federal Skilled Worker Program. Those include:
You are required to have skilled work experience within the managerial, professional, or technical and trades occupation categories.
These categories are also known as 0, A, and B NOC Code job groups.
Proving your language proficiency consists of taking an approved language test assessing your writing, reading, listening, and speaking skills in English and/or French.
Approved Language Tests:
• IELTS – International English Language Testing Program (IELTS)
• CELPIP – Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program (CELPIP)
• TEF – TEF (Test d’Evaluation de Français)
Which you can show proof of education through a certificate, diploma, or degree