I am on open work visa i have completed one year of work from quebec i want to apply through CSW for permanent residency

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Customer: i am on open work visa i have completed one year of work from quebec i want to apply through CSW for permanent residency what are my options
JA: What steps have you taken? Have you filed any paperwork with the U.S. government?
Customer: its canada not usa and i have not filed any paperwork
JA: Have you talked to a lawyer about the visa?
Customer: i have a open work visa i want to apply for permanent residency
JA: Anything else you want the Lawyer to know before I connect you?
Customer: what are my options as i have completed the work from quebec and in this time to find a new job outside quebec is bit rough so what are my all options
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Hi, welcome to Just Answer and thank you for using our services. I am Counsel Creed. Good news for you is that YES , it is possible for foreign nationals to first come to Canada on a temporary work permit and then later apply for their Canadian permanent residency. You can do that in four different ways/under for different programs: 1. as a Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP); 2. Canadian Experience Class (CEC); 3. Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP); and 4. Quebec Experience Class (QEC).

Let me now address each of those categories separately.

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i know all the categories for Quebec Experience Class (QEC) i need to know french and i dont know french is there a way that i can apply as 1. as a Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP); 2. Canadian Experience Class (CEC) through quebec and get accepted because right now i am unable to find a new job outside quebec and i dont want to be jobless right now
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FEDERAL SKILLED WORKER PROGRAM. For this program you need to have skilled work experience (managerial jobs, professional jobs, technical jobs or skilled trades); proficiency in English or French (achieve minimum of Canadian Language Benchmark in reading, writing, speaking and listening); and higher education (completed credential, and an

The other factors are age, an existing job offer and the adaptability to life in Canada. You also have to prove that you have sufficient funds to support yourself.

This program is scored on the scale of 1-100. Th current passing score is 67.

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CANADIAN EXPERIENCE CLASS. For this program you need to have the same language proficiency as the FSWP; at least one year of full-time work in Canada; to have skilled work experience (managerial jobs, professional jobs, technical jobs or skilled trades). There is no particular requirement regarding your education.

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