Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) | Eligibility, Requirements, Points Calculator and Application Process

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Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) | Eligibility, Requirements, Points Calculator and Application Process

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between FSW points and CRS points?

There are two different types of point systems required to get PR in Canada. Under Express Entry, candidates for the Federal Skilled Workers Program are assessed on a scale of 100 points. The CRS, or Comprehensive Ranking System, is scored out of 1200 points (in the Express Entry pool). Applicants frequently get these two points mixed up. Learn the difference between FWS and CRS points to make things easier. Applicants registering for the Express Entry pool have their applications assessed using the CRS point system, which has a maximum of 1200 points. The skilled worker who applies for the FSW program receives a maximum score of 100 points. After qualifying in the FSW program (which uses FSW points), the candidate becomes eligible for Express Entry. In the Express Entry pool, they are ranked based on CRS points. A minimum score of 67 points out of 100 is necessary to qualify in the FSW. In the CRS points scoring system, a minimum score of 600 out of 1200 is necessary.

How much time does the FSWP application take to process?

Generally, most of the applications are processed within 6 months or even less.

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