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One of the categories under the Fast Entry program where applicants can immigrate to Canada is the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP). Depending on a person’s qualifications, work experience, and language skills, it is one of the most established and quick routes to assist them to immigrate to Canada. Under this scheme, a little over 100,000 immigrants enter Canada each year on average. Eighty percent of all applications are handled in six months or less if they are complete.
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Following are the steps to apply for the FSW Program in Canada, Successfully receive an ITA for the final submission of your profile and become a permanent resident of Canada within 6 months period.
You must submit your paperwork after you are declared eligible for one of these Canadian Fast Entry programs. A ranking based on the Complete Ranking System will be given to your file (CRS). In order to rank profiles for the Express Entry pool, evaluation and scoring of the profiles (based on education and language proficiency) are done.
The results of language exams, proof of schooling, a passport, or other travel documents, and proof of financial means are only a few examples of documents.
You must now submit details about yourself, such as your age, education level, employment history, etc.
Those candidates who receive the highest CRS score will be invited to apply (ITA). With this invitation, a person can apply for this program as well as Canadian Express Entry programs.
An invitation to apply (ITA) is required before someone can apply for a Canadian Express Entry program. Individuals need to keep in mind that they only have 60 days to submit their application.