Canada's New Skilled Worker Immigration Program 2014 - Are you elgible

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Effective May 1, 2014, Citizenship and Immigration Canada will consider 25,000 applications for processing under its Federal Skilled Worker Program. Within the 25,000 cap, only 1,000 applications per eligible occupation will be considered for processing. Toronto-based Authorized Immigration Consultant Amir Ismail provides an in-depth analysis of the new policy and how different it is from its predecessor.

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Canada's New Skilled Worker Immigration Program 2014 - Are you elgible

  1. 1. Canada’s New Federal Skilled Worker Program 2014 A Presentation by Mr. Amir Ismail Authorized Immigration Representative Member of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) and Canadian Association or Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC)
  2. 2. About Us • Based in Toronto – Into Immigration Business since 1991 • Immigration Consulting is the only business we do • Member of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) • Member of the Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC) • Authorized by the Canadian Government • Follow Professional Rules of Conduct – CPD – Carry E & O Insurance of $1M for consumer protection.
  3. 3. New FSW – Ready to Launch
  4. 4. • Eligible Occupations • Senior managers – financial, communications trade, broadcasting and other services • Financial, Human resources, Purchasing, • Insurance, real estate and financial brokerage, Health, Construction, Home building and renovation, natural resources production and fishing and Manufacturing managers • Financial auditors and accountants and Financial and investment analysts • Securities agents, investment dealers and brokers • Other financial officers • Professional occupations in advertising, marketing and public relations • Supervisors, finance and insurance office workers • Property administrators • Geoscientists and oceanographers • Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and electronics and Petroleum engineers, • Information systems analysts and consultants • Database analysts and data administrators • Software engineers and designers • Computer programmers and interactive media developers • Mechanical, electronics and electrical engineering technologists and technicians • Construction estimators • Industrial instrument technicians and mechanics • Inspectors in public and environmental health and occupational health and safety • Computer network technicians • Nursing co-ordinators and supervisors • Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses • Specialist physicians and Doctors • Dietitians and nutritionists • Audiologists and speech-language pathologists • Physiotherapists • Occupational therapists • Respiratory therapists, clinical perfusionists and cardiopulmonary technologists • Medical radiation technologists • Medical sonographers • Licensed practical nurses • Paramedical occupations • University professors and lecturers • Psychologists • Early childhood educators and assistants • Translators, terminologists and interpreters
  5. 5. Educational Credential Assessment Bodies Comparative Education Service: University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies International Credential Assessment Service of Canada World Education Services
  6. 6. Age Points Old System New System 21 to 49 years = 10 18 – 35 years = 12 20 or 50 years = 8 36 years = 11 19 or 51 years = 6 37 years = 10 18 or 52 years = 4 Less 1 point per year 17 or 53 years = 2 46 years = 1 < 17 or > 53 years = 0 47 and over = 0
  7. 7. Language Points Old System New System First Official Language – Maximum 16 points First Official Language – Maximum 24 points (with new mandatory minimum) Second Official Language – Maximum 8 points Second Official Language – Maximum 4 points
  8. 8. Overseas Experience Points Old System New System Maximum 21 points Maximum 15 points 1 year 15 points 1 year 9 points 2 years 17 points 2-3 years 11 points 3 years 19 points 4-5 years 13 points 4+ years 21 points 6 + years 15 points
  9. 9. Educational Qualification Points Old System New System Maximum 25 points Maximum 25 points Master or Doctorate 25 Doctorate 25 Two or more credentials at Bachelor level or 3 year post secondary credential + 15 year 22 Master 23 Bachelor (2 year) or 2 year post secondary credential + 14 years 20 2 or more post secondary credentials (with one at least 3 years long) 22 Bachelor (1 year) or 1 year post secondary credential + 13 years 15 3 year or longer post secondary credential 21 1 year post secondary credential + 12 years 12 2 year post secondary credential 19 Secondary School 5 1 year post secondary 15 Secondary School not completed 0 Secondary School 5
  10. 10. Adaptability Old System New System Maximum 10 points Maximum 10 points Spouse/partner education 5 Eliminated – accompanying spouse education 0 Relative in Canada 5 Relative in Canada (must be 18+) 5 Spouse’s Language Skills 0 Added - Accompanying spouse/partner’s official language skills 5 Previous study in Canada for PA or spouse/partner 5 3 year or longer post secondary credential 5 Previous Work in Canada – PA or spouse/partner 5 2 year post secondary credential 5 Arranged employment 5 Arranged employment 5
  11. 11. Settlement Funds Number of Family Members Funds Required (in Canadian Dollars) 1 Person $11,824 2 Persons $14,720 3 Persons $18,097 4 Persons $21,971 5 Persons $24,920 6 Persons $28,105 7 or more $31,291
  12. 12. Processing Fee (Payable at Submission) Principal Applicant C$550 Spouse C$550 Kids under 22 C$150 Kids 22 and over C$550 Right of Permanent Residence Fee (RPRF) – At Visa Principal Applicant C$490 Spouse C$490 Kids Exempted
  13. 13. Recommendations • Complete our online assessment form for a free assessment • If assessed positive, start preparing today – its now or never! • Quota of only 1000 Applications per occupation – Overall Quota of only 25000 applications • Prudent to prepare and submit as soon as possible • Fierce Competition – Most Popular Category
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  15. 15. Questions? Call us in Toronto 647-835-0660 or 416-913-0230 Skype: amirismail73 Email: info@amirismail.com Web: www.worldaia.com (New) www.amirismail.com

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