Educational Credential Assessment

On April 23, 2014, in Federal Skilled Worker, by Yves Martineau

The Federal Skilled Worker Program, now processed via Express Entry, requires the main applicants to assess their educational credentials prior to expressing interest for permanent residence.

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Alternatives to the FSW

On June 13, 2013, in Immigration Programs, by Yves Martineau

The Federal Skilled Workers program created a lot of expectations yet it is very limited: only 24 eligible occupations, 300 applications per profession, maximum of 5,000 applications in total… The number of received applications has yet to be updated on the CIC website, but we may safely bet that a good number of occupations will reach their quota before too long. In that context, many aspiring immigrants to Canada have felt disappointment and came to believe (wrongly) that Canada is closing its door to new immigrants. Canada still welcomes some 250,000 new residents every year; what is changing are the paths to get in. There are currently 67 immigration programs so remember that there might one for you, as we show in this video.

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The Federal Skilled Worker program 2013

On April 23, 2013, in Federal Skilled Worker, by Yves Martineau

The Canadian Government published news about the Federal Skilled Worker program that will open on May 4, 2013. This program changes every year according to the labour market needs.

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Federals Skilled Worker Program news

On August 17, 2012, in Immigration Programs, News, by Mihaela Mindicanu

Today, August 17, 2012, the Canadian Government published some proposed changes to the Federal Skilled Worker Program. The program is expected to be reopened in January 2013 upon approval of these changes.

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Federal programs on hold

On June 28, 2012, in Immigration Programs, News, by Yves Martineau

The last week of June 2012 was of many hopes in respect to Federal immigration programs – new lists of professions were expected, new programs for businesspeople and investors, new programs for low-skilled workers, the Canadian Experience class made more accessible… Many changes, so many that the Government decided to take a 6-month break before defining the programs for federal skilled workers and investors. There is no news about the other changes yet.

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