Canada Federal Trade Worker Class

Overview - Canada FSTP Visa

The Canada Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP) is designed to help professionals from other countries to become Permanent Residents of Canada on the basis of their qualifications and skills in certain trades. The program attempts to secure a great number of professionals in the Country for its economic benefits. This Canada FSTP visa is capped at 3,000 caps and a maximum number of 100 applications per job description every year.

Conditions for qualification

To be deemed qualified to apply for the Canada Federal Trade Worker Class, the following is must be fulfilled by the candidates:

  • Plan for settlement should not be in the province of Quebec
  • Should be considered proficient in English or French
  • Should have had a full-time work experience in a skilled trade for at least 24 months or an equivalent part-time work experience which occurred within the last five years as at the time of application.
  • Should fully satisfy the terms and conditions stipulated by the National Occupational Classification for specified skilled trade.
  • Should have a full-time offer of employment in the skilled trade for a minimum duration of one year or should have received a Certificate of Qualification in the trade from a provincial body.

Full-time employment entails at least 12 months of working on one or more jobs that render services of the skilled trade for at least 30 hours every week.

Required Documents

  • Valid passport
  • Documents on educational qualification
  • Documents on Employment
  • Health certificate of fitness
  • Police clearance certificate
  • Documents on language proficiency

Features of Canada Federal Trade Worker Class

  • Applicants receive permanent residency for Canada
  • Have the freedom to study, work, live and travel around the nation.
  • Enjoy Social security benefits provided by the Government.
  • Can come along with family members to Canada.

Visa Fees

1.The Processing Fee: This fee is usually paid during the submission of application. The main applicant, family members of an applicant that are above 18 years and family members of the applicant that are below 19 years and are married or in a common law relationship are charged $550 per person.

Unmarried members of the family who are not in a common law relationship are charged $150

2. The Right of Permanent Residence Fee: Applicants whose applications have been approved are required to pay this fee to the Visa Office. The main applicant and the applicant's spouse or common-law partners are to pay $490 per person.

Other fees to be paid by the applicant and family members are

  • Health examination fees
  • Police clearance fees
  • Language test fees

Country Profile

Considered as one of the highly developed nations, Canada has position itself as a hub for industries from several sectors. From IT, automobile, software, healthcare, energy to biotechnology and more, Canada is home to different people from all walks of life.

These are the reasons why Canada should be a place to work:

  • Vast career opportunities in different sectors of the economy
  • Secure and conducive environment
  • Affordable public transportation
  • No strict working hours
  • English language as a primary means of communication

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