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Federal skilled worker Assessment
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Friday, 21 December 2012 23:09

Federal Skilled Workers and Professionals Assessment

Skilled workers are people who are selected as permanent residents based on their ability to become economically established in Canada.

Federal skilled worker applications are assessed for eligibility according to the criteria set out below.

To qualify as Skilled Workers or Professionals you must:

1) Have a valid offer of arranged employment, OR
2) Be an international student enrolled in a PhD program in Canada (or graduated from a Canadian PhD program within the past 12 months) and meet certain criteria.
3) Have had at least one year of experience in one or more of the 29 occupations* within the last 10 years (without arranged employment).
If you meet one of the above minimum requirements, your application will be processed according to the six selection factors in the skilled worker points grid, which are:
1. Your education
2. Your abilities in English and/or French, Canada’s two official languages
3. Your work experience
4. Your age
5. Whether you have arranged employment in Canada, and
6.Your adaptability.


Personal Details
First Name
Last Name
Email Address
Date Of Birth
Martial Status
What is Your Partners Age
Dependent Children under 22 years old.
Children over 22 years old.
Location & Contact Details
State / Province
Country of Residence
Country of Citizenship
Phone Number - Home
Phone Number - Work
Language Ability
Speaking & Listening in English
Reading & Writing in English
Speaking & Listening in French
Reading & Writing in French
Occupation Details
Your Current Job title
Your Current Job Description & Duties
How Long Have You Been Employed at this Occupation?
Net worth - The value of all of your assets, minus the total of all of your liabilities
Education Details
Your Level of Education
Spouses Level of Education
Do you (or your Partner) have a friend or relative who is a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident who is currently residing in Canada? Yes         No
Questions or Comments


Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 May 2013 22:46