Canada needs people with qualified skills to fill its vacancies of labor market. In January 2015, when the Express Entry came into effect, the traditional 3 programs (the Federal Skilled Worker Program, the Federal Skilled Trade Program and the Canadian Experience Class) had become the path ways for applicants to immigrate to Canada.
Other than the 3 skilled programs in Express Entry, each province or territory has its own skilled or semi-skilled worker immigration streams (PNPs). Among these streams, there are some that are independent from the Express Entry system, and there are some others that are connected with the Express Entry system.
The skilled worker programs, either through the Express Entry, or through the PNPs, will always provide a scoring-assessment system. If one candidate reaches the line of invitation of the program, then he/she has the qualification to apply.
1. You must be very young;
2. You have at least a higher education experience;
3. You have very high scores in G-IELTS test;
4. You have at least 1 year full-time work experience (or equivalency)
1. You must secure a Canadian employer or have studied in a particular program in that province;
2. You have qualified IELTS scores the particular province and program
1. We have RCICs deal with such applications, strictly following the requirement of each program.
2. We have quality English or French language translators who could provide invaluable assistance to candidates during the whole process, particularly during the interview required in a possible program.
Consult to our RCICs to see if you are a fit of one of the Programs: