Work Skills

With the development of society, people’s demand for jobs also increases. Without choosing the form of labor export, many people choose the method of skilled work to settle down and have a career. And Canada is the perfect choice for those who want to immigrate under the skilled worker.

The Canadian skilled worker program is based on the candidate’s ability to settle down in Canada. Under this program, applicants with relevant skills can immigrate to Canada as a permanent resident. Spouses and all dependent children may accompany the Main Applicant.

The Canadian Skilled Worker is divided into two groups: the Federal Skilled Trades Group and the Provincial Skilled Group.

I. Federal Skilled Trades Group: federal applicants. Once the application is approved, the candidate and his family are granted permanent resident status to live and work in Canada for an unlimited time. The advantage of the federal program is that candidates can live in any state they want, without being bound by commitments to the provinces.

The Federal Skilled Trades Group currently has three programs:

  • Federal Skilled Worker Program.
  • Federal Skilled Trade Program.
  • Canadian Experience Class.
  1. Federal Skilled Worker Program: for candidates with work experience in groups 0, A, B of the NOC occupation list and who meet the following conditions:
  • Having working experience in the field of group 0, A, B in the NOC industry of Canada, paid salary and with at least 01 year within the last 10 years.
  • Meet language requirements (English/French), minimum CLB/NCLC 7.
  • Hold a degree that is assessed to be equivalent to a Canadian degree.
  • Achieve the minimum score through 02 evaluation rounds, round 1 is 67 points, round 2 is the CRS score of each time.
  • Meet financial, health and criminal record requirements
  • Plan to live in Canada, excluding Quebec.

  1. Federal Skilled Trade Program: for candidates with work experience in the NOC list of skilled workers and who meet the following conditions:
  • Have a plan to live in Canada, outside of Quebec (if you want to live in Quebec, you must apply to the program of the province of Quebec).
  • Meet language requirements (English/French with CLB/NCLC 4 for reading and writing, CLB/NCLC 5 for listening and speaking).
  • Have a minimum of 2 years of full-time work experience within the last 5 years.
  • Meet industry requirements or hold an equivalent degree/certificate.
  • Have a job offer with a total duration of at least 01 year full-time, or have a degree/certificate issued by the province/territory.
  1. Canadian Experience Class program: for candidates with a minimum of 12 months of working in a skilled occupation in Canada, and meet the following requirements:
  • Have at least 12 months of working experience in Canada, with occupations on the list of occupations allowed to immigrate to NOC (group 0, A, B) within the last 3 years.
  • Work experience counts for legitimate jobs.
  • Meet the language requirements (with group 0, A: CLB/NCLC 7, group B: CLB/NCLC 5).
  • Meet the health and criminal record requirements.
  • Plan to live outside the province of Quebec.

II.Provincial Skilled Group: Provincial skilled programs are issued separately by the provinces based on requirements that are relevant to the province. The provincial program allows applicants to apply to the province. When the candidate meets the requirements, the province will sponsor the Federal to grant permanent residency to the candidate. This program requires applicants to commit to living in the province where the application is issued, and the commitment period is usually about 2 years (depending on the policy of each state).

The process of processing Canadian immigration applications for skilled workers: Federal and provincial skilled visa applications are usually processed through the following steps:

  • Step 1: Candidates create an Express Entry or provincial program account, submit an Expression of Interest (EOI).
  • Step 2: Candidates are graded according to the skill point system.
  • Step 3: Candidates are selected and invited to submit a full application for the skilled worker.
  • Step 4: The application is approved, the candidate receives permanent residence and immigrate to Canada.

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