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Permanent Residency Through Skilled Worker Programs

Expert Guidance on Federal Skilled Worker, Trades, and Canadian Experience Programs

PR Through Skilled Work Experience

Your Path to Permanent Residency

Unlock your future in Canada with our comprehensive support for Federal Skilled Worker Programs. Whether you're a skilled worker, tradesperson, or have Canadian work experience, we guide you through the pathway to permanent residency. Explore the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program, and Canadian Experience Class, each designed to cater to different skills and experiences.

Federal Skilled Worker Program

Designed for skilled professionals with significant work experience, the Federal Skilled Worker Program is your gateway to permanent residency. Eligibility hinges on meeting minimum requirements in skilled work experience, language ability, and education. Your journey involves an online Express Entry profile, meeting the National Occupational Classification (NOC) TEER categories requirements, and demonstrating financial stability to support your migration. Let us navigate you through the selection factors, from language proficiency to adaptability, ensuring your application stands out.

Federal Skilled Trades Program

Tailored for skilled tradespeople, this program opens the door to permanent residency based on qualifications in a skilled trade. With at least two years of full-time work experience and meeting job requirements as outlined in the NOC, along with language proficiency and potential job offers or certificates of qualification from Canadian authorities, your dream of living in Canada is within reach. Our experts are here to assist with every step, from verifying your skilled trades work experience to securing your job offer or certification.

Canadian Experience Class

For those with Canadian work experience, the Canadian Experience Class offers a seamless transition to permanent residency. Eligibility requires at least one year of skilled work experience in Canada within the last three years, alongside meeting language requirements. This program values your contribution to the Canadian workforce and provides a path to solidify your future in Canada. Whether you're a student with work experience or a temporary worker, we'll guide you through optimizing your Express Entry profile for success.

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Express Entry Programs

Express Entry

Federal Skilled Worker

A program for skilled workers with significant work experience, aiming for permanent residency based on skills, education, and language ability.

Express Entry

Federal Skilled Trades

Tailored for tradespeople, offering a route to permanent residency for those with qualifications and experience in skilled trades.

Express Entry

Canadian Experience

Designed for individuals with Canadian work experience seeking permanent residency, highlighting the value of local experience in the skilled labor market.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who is eligible for the Federal Skilled Worker Program?

Skilled workers with at least one year of work experience in NOC TEER categories 0, 1, 2, or 3, meeting language, education, and financial requirements.

What qualifies as skilled trades work experience for the Federal Skilled Trades Program?

At least two years of full-time work experience in a skilled trade within the last five years, plus a job offer or certificate of qualification in Canada.

Can I apply for the Canadian Experience Class without Canadian education?
Yes, the primary requirement is at least one year of skilled work experience in Canada; however, Canadian education can improve your rank in the Express Entry pool.
Do I need a job offer to apply for these programs?

For the Federal Skilled Worker and Canadian Experience Class, a job offer is not mandatory but beneficial. The Skilled Trades Program requires a job offer or a Canadian certificate of qualification.

How do language abilities affect my application?

All three programs require language proficiency in English or French, with specific minimum scores needed for eligibility.

What are the proof of funds requirements?

Applicants to the Federal Skilled Worker and Trades Programs must show they have enough money to support themselves and their families upon immigration, unless they are currently working legally in Canada or have a valid job offer.

How long does the application process take?

Processing times vary depending on the program and the completeness of your application, with Express Entry profiles generally processed within six months.

Can family members accompany me to Canada?

Yes, spouses/common-law partners and dependent children can be included in your application for all three programs.

Can my family accompany me if I'm accepted into one of these programs?

In most cases, these programs allow for the inclusion of family members in the application, enabling you to bring your dependents to Canada.

What qualifies me for the Atlantic Immigration Program?

Eligibility hinges on securing a full-time, non-seasonal job offer in Atlantic Canada, aligned with NOC 2021 TEER categories, and meeting language, education, and financial requirements for permanent residency.

Do job offers under Atlantic program require an LMIA?

No, the Atlantic Immigration Program offers a pathway to permanent residency through job offers that do not necessitate a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA), simplifying the process for employers and candidates.

How does the job offer's duration impact eligibility in Atlantic Program?

Job offers must be at least one year in duration for NOC TEER 0, 1, 2, or 3 roles, or permanent for TEER 4 roles, ensuring long-term employment prospects for candidates aiming for permanent residency.