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TO THE SELECTION SYSTEM OF INDEPENDENT IMMIGRANTS
New selection criteria for the
Skilled Worker class (formerly the Independent Immigrant class) will come
into effect on September, 2003 with
the implementation of the new Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA.)
|This information relates to how applications, cases and
decisions currently in the immigration and refugee systems will be converted
under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA), which will come
into effect on September 2003.
This information will be updated as required.
test to assess your chances of qualifying for immigration as a skilled
worker under the new selection criteria is being developed and will be
You Qualify as a Skilled Worker? Skilled
workers are people who may become permanent residents because they are
able to become economically established in Canada. To be accepted as a
Skilled Worker, applicants must: ? meet the minimum work experience requirements;
? prove that they have the funds required for settlement; and ? earn
enough points in the six selection factors to meet the pass mark.
The following categories will help you determine if you can apply as Skilled
Worker. You can assess your chances of being accepted. Consult each of
the following areas for the current regulations regarding:
Minimum Work Experience Requirements: Check to see if your experience
qualifies you to immigrate as a Skilled Worker according to the Canadian
National Occupation Classification Matrix.
Proof of Funds: You must have enough money to support your family
for six months after you arrive in Canada. Check to see if you meet the
Skills: Language skills are an important factor in the selection
process. Points are given for your ability in one or both of Canada's official
languages, English and French. Learn about the: ? two options to document
your language abilities; ? approved language tests; and ? Canadian
Selection Factors and Pass Mark: Applications are assessed on
six selection factors and a points system. ? Read about the six selection
factors for Skilled Workers ? Learn about how the points system works.
? Check the current pass mark for applications.
Use this on-line tool to see how you may qualify as a Skilled Worker.Form
Date of filling this Form and Name/Address/Telnor etc