Professional Help Getting Permanent Residence in Canada
There are many opportunities available for skilled immigrants in Canada. Becoming a permanent resident in Canada is a process made more accessible with Preferred Immigration’s professional services. We’ll help you find the right path to becoming a permanent resident in Canada.
Our Edmonton immigration consultants have been helping foreign workers earn their permanent residence status in Canada for over ten years. We have detailed experience in human resources and labour market impact assessments. These skills can help us start you on a concrete path to permanent residency. Our certified immigration consultants will create a strategy for your application, so you know what to expect.
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Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
The Federal Skilled Worker Program’s intention is for immigration applicants with valuable skill sets. If your skills help you contribute positively to Canada’s economy, you may be able to apply through Express Entry and the Federal Skilled Worker Program.
Many factors are considered by Citizenship and Immigration Canada when reviewing applications for skilled workers. Some factors include age, education, experience, employment offers, and impact on the labour market. When it comes to navigating the FSWP, you’ll be able to depend on the experience of Edmonton’s leading immigration consultants at Preferred Immigration Services.
Whether you’re a business seeking to bring skilled workers in to fill a skills gap, or a qualified, skilled worker looking to come to Canada, our immigration consultants will offer specific advice and expertise about the Federal Skilled Worker Program. To learn how to become a permanent resident in Canada through the FSWP, contact a Preferred Immigration professional or schedule a consultation.
Federal Skilled Trades Program (FTSP)
Within the FSWP is the Federal Skilled Trade Program. The FSTP alleviates labour shortages in skilled trades in Canada. Permanent Resident applicants under the skilled trade program must meet specific considerations. The first is to demonstrate their trade skills as laid out by the relevant National Occupational Classification system. Applicants must also have an offer of full-time work for one year, among other considerations.
Preferred Immigration has over a decade of experience helping companies connect with valuable skilled foreign workers through the FSTP. We are highly familiar with the processes and requirements. Call us to review and assess your skills and qualifications to determine your FSTP application’s best strategy.
Whatever your skill level or profession, Preferred Immigration has the expertise you need to become a permanent resident in Canada.
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