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Federal Skilled Worker program Evaluation

Evaluation

For knowing whether you score the required points Evaluation is the best and most readily available option. Signing up for a Canada Evaluation will authorize a team of our expert consultants to review your profile and check your eligibility for the visa. If you are eligible then you can take the next step of registering for our full service and applying for the visa. But in case you don't meet the eligibility criteria, your case will not be considered for that particular visa.

The evaluation of the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), which addressed a series of evaluation issues and questions related to program relevance, design, implementation and impact, is focused on the period after introduction of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) in 2002 and related regulations and before the implementation of the Ministerial Instructions (in 2008). More specifically, the objectives of this evaluation are to assess: Program design and implementation, including timeliness, consistency and transparency of selection; and the impact of the program to date at the immediate and intermediate outcome levels, including an assessment of the economic establishment of skilled workers.

Why Evaluation?

Evaluation is necessary and suggested because immigration to a foreign country involves putting at stake your money and valuable time. Visa to any country cannot be guaranteed hence one should be careful before investing one's resources in this field. Our Evaluation report will act as a preliminary checklist for taking your decision that whether or not to go in for an immigration process of a country.

Hence it's wise to first take our Evaluation and then decide upon a particular visa.

About this:

You need to score minimum of 67 points to migrate to Canada and permanently settle there as a skilled worker. Canadian visas for PR require you to score these points on several parameters like:

  • Age
  • Education
  • Work experience
  • Language ability
  • Arranged employment and
  • Adaptability

The points for each parameter differ and the eligibility for each parameter is measured differently. Hence a very thorough and intense study is required to check whether you score the required points or not.

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