Different options available for Canadian immigration
Canadian immigration has offered various options for the immigrants planning to migrate to their country. Some of the immigration options available are simple and are applicable to many people. However, some of the others are complex and most of the people are not aware of the options
Here are the different options available for the people under Canadian immigration:
- Federal Skilled Workers Program (FSWP)
- Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP)
- Quebec selected skilled workers
- CEC(Canada Experience class)
- PNP (Provincial Nominee program)
Federal Skilled Workers Program (FSWP)
Individuals planning for Canadian immigration under this program are assessed based on their education, work experience, French and/or English proficiency and other factors that decide whether they can do well in Canada.
Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP)
Canadian immigration under this program is possible for the individuals willing to become the permanent residents depending on their qualification in the skilled trade
To file application under this program, one should have experience of work in a particular skilled trade, besides satisfying many other requirements
Quebec selected skilled workers
Applicants for this program are qualified, if they have a valid job offer or have attained sufficient points on the selection grid.
CEC (Canada Experience class)
Canadian permanent residence may be attained by the temporary foreign student or workers who possess skilled work experience in Canada
PNP (Provincial Nominee program
Provinces and territories of Canada have an agreement with the Canadian government that allows them to nominate the immigrants who are willing to settle in the province.