September 5, 2012

More Occupations to Open for Canada's Skilled Worker Program | Get Ready for January 2013

The long wait is over.

You don't have to envy those who were included in the previous list of Priority Occupations.  This coming January 2013, Citizenship and Immigration Canada will start accepting new applications for the Federal Skilled Worker (FSW) program and it will be open to all occupations included in the NOCs 0, A and B.* This means the following will now have a chance to apply:
All Managers * All Engineers * All Information Technology related occupations * All Doctors * Accountants * All Supervisors * Nurses * Physical Therapists * PharmacistsMedical Technologists * Technical Sales Specialists * College Instructors * Social Workers *  Administrative Officers * Purchasing Officers * Finance Managers * Chemists * Boilogists * Architects * Dieticians * Librarians * Journalists * Writers * Electricians * Welders * Machinists and many more...
Please note, however, that there will be a limit on the number of applications to be accepted.  You must get ready as early as NOW!

If you have at least one year experience, between the age bracket of 21-40 years and is determined to achieve your dream of giving your family a better quality of life by immigrating to Canada, come and see us for assessment.

Click Here for FREE Online Assessment.  We can explain the process via email. This will save you time and money.

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* No official announcement from Citizenship and Immigration Canada. It's based on the twitter message of Jason Kenney, Canada's Immigration Minister.