Saturday, March 10, 2012

Federal Skilled Workers (FSW) Program Backlog Reduction | FSW Pilot Program



If you submit an application for permanent residence in Canada under the Federal Skilled Workers (FSW) program before Feb 27, 2008, there may be a good news for you.
Federal Skilled Workers (FSW) Program Backlog Reduction | FSW Pilot Program
We recently received correspondences from 3 Provincial Case Processing Pilot offices of Citizenship and Immigration Canada for 92 clients with pending FSW application filed before February 27, 2008. This is part of CIC's Federal Skilled Workers (FSW) Program Backlog Reduction Pilot program.

The three provinces are Alberta, Ontario and Manitoba. If you declared any of the said provinces as your destination in Canada and your occupation is included in the province's in-demand occupation, you will receive a letter of invitation to submit an application for Provincial Nominee Program.

More information about FSW Backlog Reduction Pilot here:

AINP - Federal Skilled Worker (FSW) Backlog Reduction Pilot

Ontario FSW Pilot Program

Manitoba Foreign Skilled Worker Backlog Reduction Initiative

This program is not limited to the three provinces. This FSW Backlog Reduction Pilot is a partnership with Citizenship and Immigration Canada and provincial and territorial governments in Canada. But as of this writing, we have only received a letter of invitation from Ontario, Manitoba and Alberta.