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Hello - My name is ***** ***** I'm happy to assist you today. I am a Canadian lawyer who can answer immigration law questions.
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Can you give me more details about yourself - your age, job experience, occupation and knowledge of French and English and the details about the job you will be starting in August ?
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In that case, I would suggest that you are qualified to apply under Canada's Federal Skilled Worker program. Under this program, there is a point system calculation where you need to score a minimum of 67 out of 100 points. You will score highly in the education, occupation and age categories and will get high but not maximum marks for language because you can only get maximum marks if you are fluent in English and French.
The Federal Skilled Worker is managed by the Express Entry system which is basically a database of applicants which Canada Immigration uses when they are inviting suitable candidates whose qualifications meet job demands to apply for permanent resident. To create an Express Entry profile, you need to compile a Comprehensive Ranking Score (CRS) which is similar to the point system .
Each province also has it's own Provincial Nominee Program whereby they announce job demand in different sectors at certain times of the year. Some of these PNP streams are managed by the Express Entry, some are not.
Here is a link to the Canada Immigration website on the Federal Skilled Worker program for your reference. https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/immigrate-canada/express-entry/eligibility/federal-skilled-workers.html
I would suggest that because there are many different PNP streams, if you want to find the quickest way to immigrate to Canada, that you contact an experienced immigration lawyer because they will know what PNP streams are most suitable for you and how to help you get PR in the fastest way.
You can consult Lexpert, which is a website which has the name of leading lawyers in different areas of law. Here is the link for the Immigration law section https://www.lexpert.ca/directory/practice-areas/ranking/immigration-law-g1/
Please keep in mind that names shown are usually partners of the firm. You can ask for a junior in the same firm who will charge less. I would suggest you contact a lawyer practicing in the province you are interested in residing in because they will have in depth knowledge about the PNP for that province.
Hope this answers your question.
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IELTS is necessary. Hopefully, the test centres will be reopening soon .
In my opinion, the transcripts you have should be fine as long as they were issued in a sealed document.
Yes, I would suggest contacting a lawyer soon so that you know all the supporting documentation you need to get because it takes time to assemble everything.
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