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Skilled Trades Immigration to Canada 2013 - FSTC

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Federal Skilled Worker classTo avoid backlogs and ensure fast processing times, we will accept no more than 3,000 complete federal skilled trade applications to process in the first year (from January 2, 2013 to January 1, 2014).

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Express Entry to Canada

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Federal Express Entry to CanadaWith effect from 1st January 2015, Canadian Government has introduced a new process for selection of skilled professionals and tradespersons wishing to immigrate to Canada and live and work in Canada as a permanent Resident.

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New points system for Federal Skilled Worker Program ( FSWP )

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New points system for Federal Skilled Worker Program ( FSWP ) 2013

 The specific details of the proposed changes in Canada's FSW Points system is now available online in Canada Gazette. Please note that it is still a proposal and may still be subject to changes. 

These changes will take effect on January 1st, 2013. 

 The followings are the possible major changes in Federal Skilled Workers Program Points System.

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Returning all Federal Skilled Worker (FSW) applications submitted prior to 27 February 2008

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Returning all  Federal Skilled Worker (FSW) applications

 Announcement made  on 29 March 2012 by the Government of Canada reveals a plan to reduce the backlog of Federal Skilled Worker (FSW) applications by returning all applications and government fees submitted prior to 27 February 2008. Almost 300,000 people who applied before 2008 to come to Canada are being told they’ll need to try again.
Their applications are being returned and $130 million worth of fees being refunded as the government seeks to eliminate a backlog they say has been standing in the way of major reform to the immigration system.

Approximately 160,000 FSW applications, submitted after 28 February 2008, will remain in queue for processing.

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New Ministerial Instruction - Skilled Worker Immigration to Canada

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Federal Skilled Worker class

If you are a skilled worker or professional, you may be eligible to immigrate to Canada in the Federal Skilled Worker class. Your initial application will be submitted to the Centralized Intake Office in Canada to ascertain your eligibility for further processing. If you receive a favorable eligibility review, your full application will be processed at a Canadian visa office abroad.

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