This is for candidates who have specific work experience and skills, intending to live in any province outside of Quebec. A minimum of 67 points is needed to be eligible to apply under FSW by factors like education, age, work experience, language ability, adaptability, and arranged employment. The occupation category under FSW should fall under Skill type O, A, and B.
The Federal Skilled Worker (FSW) is designed program by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to upscale the economic success rate of skilled worker immigrants, preserve the quantity of skilled worker immigrants and maintain the transparency of the selection process. The FSWP is a constituent of the Express Entry Program.
The National Occupational Classification (NOC) is a taxonomy of the complete list of occupations in the Canadian labour market. Each occupation has a five-digit code assigned. If your occupation matches the National Occupational Classification, then there is a higher possibility of you acquiring a permanent residence in Canada.
The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) is the fundamental element of the Express Entry system. The CRS is a point-based system engineered to check your eligibility by evaluating all the primary factors required to qualify for the program. Eligibility points be considered, is a minimum score of 67 points out of 100. The Invitation To Apply (ITA) is sent out to the lowest-ranked candidates based on six core factors mentioned below: