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Under the skilled worker category, applicants are assessed on the basis of their education, age, work experience, language ability, arranged employment and adaptability. Each of the factors has an individual score and out of the total of 100 points, applicants must score a minimum qualifying score of 67 to be eligible under this category. In addition to meeting these minimum scores, IRCC also takes into consideration the applicant’s criminal history and financial stability in their assessment for permanent residence.
Applicants must have Canadian skilled work experience, language ability and must meet other factors to apply under the CEC. The skilled work experience must have been obtained in Canada with proper authorization issued by IRCC.
Under the skilled trade category, applicants qualify for permanent residence based on a skilled trade. To be eligible under this program, applicants are assessed based on their language, work experience in a skilled trade and other qualifying factors. Applicants with experience in the following trades can apply for permanent residence under this category:
Through this program, foreign workers can immigrate to Canada by providing care for children, the elderly or those with medical needs, or work as a live-in caregiver.
The two pilots under this program are:
This program is a pathway to immigrate to Canada by starting a business and creating jobs, or support innovative entrepreneurs.
The program allows individuals to immigrate to Canada permanently as a self-employed person who have relevant experience in cultural activities or athletics, and are willing and able to make a significant contribution to the cultural or athletic life of Canada.