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Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSW)

Selection Grid

I Fly Immigration Services will calculate your total number of selection criteria points to decide whether or not you are qualified to participate in the Federal Skilled Worker Program. Your criteria for selection will be analyzed, and we will provide you with an overall score out of a possible 100. If you have a score of 67 points or more, you could be considered for participation in the Federal Skilled Worker Program.

If you also satisfy the requirements for the other categories, you are eligible to have your profile added to the Fast Entry pool. When you've been accepted into the Fast Entry pool, we'll reevaluate your profile using a different scoring system. If you have a score that is lower than 67, you will not be able to participate in the program. You have the potential to improve your score by engaging in one or more of the following activities:

  • Improving your command of the languages you speak
  • Obtaining a job offer with the expectation of working in Canada.
  • Following the completion of the requirements for another degree, diploma, or certificate.

The following are the six criteria that were used:

1. Language

It is absolutely necessary to be fluent in either one of Canada's official languages or both of them. On the job market in Canada, it is to one's advantage to know either the English language or the French language, or both. There is a possibility that you could earn up to 28 points due to your fluency in both French and English.

2. Educational

If you have attended school in Canada, regardless of whether it was at a secondary school or a post-secondary institution, you are required to have either a certificate, diploma, or degree. For the purposes of immigration, if you acquired your education outside of Canada, you are required to have a certificate, diploma, or degree that was completed from a Canadian institution. This can be demonstrated by an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) report obtained from a certified organization. The amount of points that can be gained from education is limited to a maximum of 25.

3. Professional Accomplishments

The number of years you have worked full-time for pay (at least 30 hours per week or an equivalent number of part-time hours [15 hours per week for 24 months]) at skill type 0 or skill levels A or B of the 2016 National Occupational Classification will determine how many points you receive (a maximum of 15 points). If you have worked at least 30 hours per week or an equivalent number of part-time hours, you will receive one point for each year you have worked full-time for pay.

4. Your age

When I Fly Immigration receive your application, you will be awarded points based on your age at that time. Those between the ages of 18 and 35 are eligible to obtain the maximum number of points available for this group, which is 12 points.

5. Employment That Has Been Arranged

You are eligible to receive points if a company in Canada has extended a job offer to you that is valid for a minimum of one year. You are required to have a job offer in hand before you can submit your application to immigrate to Canada under the Federal Skilled Worker program. The maximum number of points that can be awarded for arranged employment is 10.

6. Adaptability

Accumulating adaptation points is something that may be done for both you and your future spouse or common-law partner who will be moving to Canada. You and your partner both have the opportunity to earn a maximum of 10 points by combining any of the following components. The degree of success with which you and your spouse integrate into Canadian society will depend on these criteria.

For more information on Federal Skilled Workers in Canada, contact I Fly Immigration today to get a detailed understanding on how this Express Entry service is accomplished.

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