Canada Federal Skilled Worker FAQs

Canada Federal Skilled Worker FAQs

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Canada Federal Skilled Worker FAQs

Canada Federal Skilled Worker FAQs

Canada Federal Skilled Worker FAQs page will help you find answers to your Canadian immigration questions. We have been asked the below questions and we tried to answer all of those general questions in this page. If you don’t find your question here then do not hesitate to contact our firm directly and we will be glad to answer any Canada Federal Skilled Worker FAQs that you may have.

 

Question: How can I start?

Answer: We encourage you to allow us to help you gathering all the documents needed to apply for Canada Federal Skilled worker Immigration Program from now before the Cap/Limit reach its maximum. As we have mentioned to you that the Canadian Government will accept a maximum of 300 applications per occupations so you should act very quickly. Once we open for you a file with our immigration firm, then we guide you directly to what documents that you need to gather. Gathering these documents as soon as possible may increase your chances of submitting a completed application before the cap/limit is reached for your occupation.

 

Question: What is the Cap/limit on occupations?

Answer: The Canadian immigration authority has decided to accept a total of 5000 immigration applications for processing under the Canada Federal Skilled Worker Program.  Only a maximum of 300 immigration applications will be accepted in each of the 24 qualifying occupations under the New Instructions for Canada Federal Skilled Workers.

 

Question: What is the processing time for Canada Federal Skilled Worker Program?

Answer: The Canadian immigration authority is trying its best to speed up the process time of Canada Federal Skilled Worker Program.  Usually the processing time for this type of applications can be determined within a period of 12 months but this is just an estimate and not an exact time.

 

Question: What shall I do if my occupation’s cap/limit has reached its maximum limit?

Answer: If your occupation’s cap/limit reached to its maximum limit before you submit your application then you may want to use the documents that we have helped you gather to be used in the next year when the program re-open. Also, we can book for you a Canada Personal Immigration Consultation to discuss what are the other legal ways that you can seek in term to be qualified for immigration to Canada. You have to remember that there are many ways to immigrate to Canada and not only one way but the most important thing is to keep everything legal and clean. You may want to seek other kind of immigration programs that might enable to eventually apply for immigration to Canada and get a Canadian permanent resident status. 

 

Question: How can I search for Canada jobs and get an Arrange Employment Offer (AEO) from a Canadian employer?

Answer: Although having an Arrange Employment Opinion ( AEO) from a Canadian employer can give you more points towards the point grid however, it is not a requirement to apply for Canada Federal Skilled Worker Program.

You can visit our Canada Jobs page were you will find couple of websites that will help you connect with Canadian employers directly without the need of seeking assistance from an employment agency which usually can charge money for its services. But it is your call if you want to seek assistance from an employment agency but you have to be careful in general and don’t be a victim of immigration fraud.

 

Note: We will be adding more Canada Federal Skilled Worker FAQs soon to this page so stay toned.