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Work Visa

Are you a trades person with experience in plumbing, electrical, construction, maintenance, HVAC, agriculture, cooking, bakery or manufacturing works? The Canada Federal Skilled Trades Program invites trades-persons from across the world to come work and settle in Canada. One of the world’s most developed countries, Canada is facing a shortfall of tradespeople and this is your opportunity. The Global Migration Project can help you identify your approach to this program and assist you at every step of your application.
The Federal Skilled Trades Program is for skilled workers who want to become permanent residents based on being qualified in a skilled trade. As long as you meet the job requirements for that skilled trade as per the National Occupational Classification, and can meet the minimum eligibility criteria, you are in a great position to apply for the FSTP Program. The key features of this program are: Get Invited by IRCC with CRS as low as 199 More than 100 designated trades and occupations Applicants are not required to prove their level of education to enter the pool. Great opportunity to apply to permanently live and work in Provinces like Ontario, British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
The documentation required for the Canada Federal Skilled Trades Program includes:
1. Current passport and travel history
2. Meet the required language levels
3. Must have spent at least 2 out of the past 5 years in your trade
4. Your trade must fall under the National Occupational Classification list
5. While there is no educational requirement having a Canadian education or equivalent foreign credential can improve your Express Entry ranking
6. Police clearance certificate
7. Other supporting documents

PR Visa

The Canada Express Entry Program is a points based immigration program for professionals looking to settle in Canada. It awards points to professionals based on skills, experience, Canadian employment status and provincial/territorial nomination. The higher your points, the greater your chances of receiving an invitation to Apply (ITA) for Permanent Residency in Canada. Typically PR applications submitted through this route are processed in 6-12 months or fewer. Take advantage of this lucrative program with Y-Axis. We are the leading authority on Canadian migration and can help you plan every step of your immigration process.
The Canada Express Entry Program relies on a points-based system to evaluate applicants. The main objective of this system is to identify applicants who have the highest chance of succeeding after they migrate to Canada. The points scale has a maximum score of 1200 and evaluates you and your spouse (if any) on your: Age The highest level of education Online registration CAD: 300 non-refundable (4 weeks) Language skills Canadian work experience Other work experience Skill transferability Other factors

Express Entry Visa

You will have to first create your online Express Entry profile. The profile should include details about your age, work experience, education, language skills, etc. You will be given a score base on these details. If you qualify by getting the required points, you can submit your profile. This will be included in the Express Entry pool. If you have done your education outside Canada, you should get your Educational Credentials Assessment or ECA. The ECA proves that your educational qualifications are equal to those recognized in the Canadian educational system. The next step is completing the required English language proficiency tests. The minimum score is 6 bands in IELTS equivalent to CLB 7. Your test score should be less than 2 years old at the time of application. You will have an edge over other applicants if you know French. French language test like the Test de evaluation de Francians (TEF) will prove your proficiency in the language. If your profile makes it to the Express Entry pool, it is ranked based on the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score. Criteria such as age, work experience, adaptability, etc. determine your CRS score. Your profile gets included in the Express Entry pool if you have the required CRS score. Y-Axis is the immigration consultant of choice for serious applicants for Canada immigration.