Anyone wishing to apply through the SKILLED WORKER Federal Workforce Program must create a profile on the Immigration Canada website and in the EXPRESS ENTRY system.
Applicants who have scored at least 67 points out of the initial 100 points will be placed in the pool or virtual pool of this program. This pool consists of three sub-categories. In this article, we review the Federal Skilled Worker program.
Who is in this subset?
This subset is for people who have at least one year of education, language skills and professional experience in Knock 0, A, B in their home country and want to immigrate to Canada. Individuals who do not have Canadian work experience (either through a PGWP or work visa) and have not obtained a certificate of qualification.
At least one year of continuous work experience over the past 10 years (in NOC occupations 0, A or B), in Canada or another country.
Language skills (CLB 7 in every 4 abilities).
Education (Canadian high school diploma, diploma or diploma, or foreign equivalent).
And a score of 67 or higher on the Federal Skilled Worker Score Network (which measures six selection factors: language skills, education, work experience, age, regular employment, adjustment).
Initial scoring (qualification stage)
The tables at the bottom of this page are for general information only in order to receive information from the scoring system. Due to changes in privileges, it is best to fill out an application form to immigrate to Canada or send your documents by email.
General table of points of the first stage
Education maximum 25 points
Ability level in English or French up to 28 points
Work experience up to 15 points
Age maximum 12 points
Job offer in Canada up to 10 points
Adaptability up to 10 points
Total 100 points
Acceptance score 67 points
Above one year diploma 15
Diploma above 2 years 19
University degree of 3 years or more 21
2 Degrees, one of which is a university degree of 3 years or more 22
Master’s degree 23
Doctoral Degree 25
First Foreign Language Level Scoring (English or French)
First language level IELTS score Total score
Listening Reading Writing Speaking
CLB 7 4 4 4 4 16
CLB 8 5 5 5 5 20
CLB 9 6 6 6 6 24
As mentioned above, if you can get NCLC7 in all 4 “French” language skills, you will get 15 extra points if you have CLB4 or lower and 30 extra points if you have CLB5 or higher.
Score work experience
Having 1 year of experience in the last 10 years 9
Having 2 years of experience in the last 10 years 11
Having 4 years of experience in the last 10 years 13
Having 6 years and more experience in the last 10 years 15
18 to 35 12
47 and above 0
Spouse language level with at least CLB 4 5
Educational background in Canada 5
Spouse’s educational background in Canada 5
Work experience in Canada 10
Spouse’s work experience in Canada 10
Having a family in Canada 5
Using the following link, you can calculate the points of the second stage (the main stage of 1200 points).