Your education and skills give you a cutting edge for potential entry as you will use your skills to better Canada’s economic needs, interests, and growth. You now stand better chances to migrate to Canada. Why, you ask? Irrespective of your location across the globe, thanks to the implementation of the immigration act in 1976. After the enactment, your consideration for migration now stems from your professional qualifications, education level, and your language ability. The law also aided in growing the family system and preserving culture and diversity, enabling your spouse and children to migrate with you to Canada.

You can be part of the 60% of the immigrants who migrate to Canada through the economic class. Canada needs more skilled workers due to the aging population and the low birth rates, why not grab your chance?

To meet the eligibility criteria under the FSWP, you should have a minimum of one year of experience in your skilled occupation. The classification is under the National Occupational Classification (NOC), either level O,A, or B. Additionally, your language fluency should meet the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) minimum score 7, either in English or French. The fluency includes reading, speaking, writing, and even listening. Furthermore, you must have a Canadian educational credential, whether a certificate, degree, or diploma. If you studied abroad, you should have an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) report that validates your foreign credentials.

The more qualified you are, the higher the points you have in the Express Entry pool ranking. If you are among the top-ranked applications, you get an invitation to apply for the Canadian permanent residency. If you meet the requirements, why don’t you create your Express Entry profile and start your journey to migrate to Canada?

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