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A Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) is a Canadian immigration program meant for those who meet the specific requirements that is considered acceptable by the Canadian Government. The selection factors are based on the applicant’s age, education, work experience, language proficiency, and so on.

A skilled worker can become a permanent resident in this country through this program. The PR card comes with special benefits that can also be enjoyed by the candidate’s spouse/partner and dependent children.

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    Thanks for dropping in and posting this information.
    Blatant advertising is not permitted but I will consider this an informational post especially given many people are currently wanting to relocate to safer areas of the world away from bad Covid19 situations.
    Does Canada have any criteria that restrict people based on disability? I know Australia unfortunately has a test that looks at what the Government terms significant burden which considers costs related to health, education, welfare etc and is used to reject some people with disabilities.


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