Canadian Immigration

FSW Skilled Immigrants

Brief Introduction

Since January 2015, the Canadian experience class immigrant FSW has been subsumed into the Fast Track EE (Express Entry) category. The difference between this system and the previous immigration system is that applicants are required to express their intent to immigrate into the pool first, and then submit a formal immigration application after their scores reach the invitation line.

If the applicant has been in continuous employment for 1 year within 10 years and the occupation is in category O,A.B and the same NOC number as the current job, he/she can apply for FSW Canadian Federal Skilled Worker.


Assessment of client qualifications

Meet one year of 0 A B full-time work experience, obtain G IELTS score (valid for two years)


Enter Pool for scoring

After assessment by professional consultant, enter EE scoring system CRS scoring


Receive government invitation and maple leaf card

On average, the government will issue invitations to applicants who meet the score every two weeks.

Wait for up to six months after submitting the application documents to become a PR and get a maple leaf card!

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