Requirements for immigration to Canada with the Federal Skilled Worker Program
✔ The path to Canadian citizenship begins with obtaining permanent residence in Canada, and this is one of the most popular ways to obtain residence.
Permanent Residence on the Canadian Immigration Path Canada offers several immigration programs. We'll talk about the Federal Skilled Worker Program.
Federal Skilled Worker Program
✔ It is one of the Express Entry programs to get to Canada that allows many professions such as engineers, doctors, pharmacists, accountants, administrators, cooks, plumbers, and workers in various fields to come to Canada legally to work and live
✔ Under specific circumstances, you must score at least 67 points out of 100 to be able to apply for immigration.
The factor on which your application will be evaluated
- Language ability (English or French).
- work experience.
- Ability to settle and adapt in Canada.
- Do you have a valid job offer in Canada or not.
✔ These factors constitute a total of 100 points, starting points, workers, and plans for skilled workers, entrepreneurs, and entrepreneurs.
How are the 100 points and the minimum distributed?
✔ We will now explain how many points are assigned to each of the six factors we mentioned. It is preferable to calculate for yourself how much you will get from 100 points, and once you get only 67 points, it means that you are eligible to apply for immigration to Canada through this program.
1- Age (12 points max)
✔ Factor in the very important factors in acceptance, and because young people are the backbone of society, the higher the age, the more likely it will be.
Under 18 years old 0 points
From 18 to 35 12 points
36 years 11 points
37 years 10 points
38 years 9 points
39 years 8 points
40 years 7 points
41 years 6 points
42 years 5 points
43 years old 4 points
44 years 3 points
45 years 2 points
46 years one point
47 years and over 0 points
2- Language ability (maximum 28 points, 24 points for the first language, and 4 points for the second language)
Knowing CLB Levels Points:
✔ Generally, a score of 6.5/9 or more is required for high scores.
☑ For example, if you want to get a score of 24 in the official language of the Olympics
✔ 8/9 in listening
✔ 7/9 in reading
✔ 7/9 in writing
✔ 7/9 in speaking
☑ You can choose French as a second language and get 4 extra points if you get a minimum score in each of the four skills in the French language test.
For French, the same number of points, with CLB replaced by NCLC
3- Education (maximum 25 points)
✔ If you are in a Canadian school, you must possess a certificate or diploma from:
* High school
* Post-secondary educational institution
✔ If your education is from outside Canada, you must have:
✒ An educational certificate is accredited in your country, and you must prove that this certificate is equivalent to the one in Canada.
✒ To find out the number of points according to each certificate.
✒ High School Certificate (Baccalaureate) 5 points.
✒ One year diploma or above 15 points.
✒ A two-year diploma or its equivalent 19 points.
✒ Bachelor's degree (Bachelor's degree) 21 points.
✒ Master's degree 23 points.
✒ Ph.D. degree 25 points.