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ski immigration NETWORK

Committed to helping clients around the world meet their Canadian Immigration goals.

Canadian Experience Class

The Canadian Experience Class Program (CEC) applies to persons who have obtained at least one year of skilled Canadian work experience. To qualify under this program, a candidate must: 

  • have completed at least one year of paid full-time (or equivalent) skilled Canadian work experience (NOC skill level 0, A, or B) on a valid work permit within the last three years from the date of applying for PR;

  • demonstrate an intention to reside in a province other than Quebec; and

  • meet the minimum language skills requirement.

  • Our clients can rely on us to avoid the common (and uncommon) pitfalls faced by applicants applying for permanent residency through the CEC program. Regardless of what stage our clients come to us at, we are there to answer any question, provide useful resources, and help orient them throughout the process.


Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP)

Provinces and territories solicit invitations to candidates from the Express Entry pool or to those who apply directly through a province/territories’ program portal to meet local labor market needs.  We help match candidates based on their eligibility to the appropriate PNP programs, based on their skills, education, and ties to a particular province or territory.


Start-Up Visa, Business and Entrepreneur Programs

Canada’s Start-up Visa Program is reserved for persons who may become permanent residents based on their ability to provide skills and their potential to start a business in Canada that is innovative, creates jobs for Canadians, and can compete internationally. The business must be supported by a designated Canadian organization. In addition to this applicants must meet the minimum language requirements in either English or French.


Federal Skilled Trades

The Federal skilled Trades (FST) Program is for workers in skilled trades occupations. Eligible skilled trades occupations fall under the following trades:

  • Major Group 72, industrial, electrical, and construction trades;

  • Major Group 73, maintenance and equipment operation trades;

  • Major Group 82, supervisors and technical jobs in natural resources, agriculture, and related production;

  • Major Group 92, processing, manufacturing, and utilities supervisors and central control operators;

  • Minor Group 632, chefs and cooks;

  • Minor Group 633, butchers and bakers.


To be eligible, applicants must: 

  • meet language requirements;

  • have at least two years of full-time work experience or part-time equivalent in a skilled trade position within the last five (5) years.


There are over 80 Pathways to Permanent and Temporary Immigration to Canada. For more details contact us with your request and CV at


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