To help you understand read the date of documents at the botttam left corner of file.
The link of EG7 ( Instruction guide ) is created on Feb. 2011. so its old .
I advise all my friends again to check with date of documents/forms. Make sure you fill updated forms...otherwise one have to see Negative report from CIO.
So be careful & calm while filling forms & reading guideline.
thnx mayank ... i got it from
the website Cichttp://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/skilled.asp
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Applying as a skilled worker
Applications for permanent residence under the Federal Skilled Worker Class can be submitted by foreign nationals who are skilled workers and professionals.
1) All applicants in the Federal Skilled Worker Class, must submit their application to the Centralized Intake Office (CIO) in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada.
2) All Applicants must complete the Fee Payment Form – Application for Permanent Residence – Federal Skilled Worker (IMM 5620), regardless of the chosen method of payment.
The following two categories of applications accompanied by the results of the principal applicant's English or French language proficiency assessment, not exceeding the identified limit and that meet either of the following criteria shall be placed into processing:
Applications from skilled workers with evidence of one year of continuous full-time or equivalent paid work experience in the last ten years in at least one of the National Occupation Classification (NOC) codes (and not combined partial year experience in multiple NOCs) specified in the Ministerial Instructions, up to a maximum of 20,000 new, complete applications per year with no more than 5% (1,000 applications) of this maximum in any one NOC category;
Applications submitted with an Arranged Employment Offer consistent with requirements of subsection R82(2) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (IRPR).
There are two other programs for skilled workers who want to become permanent residents. They are as follows:
Provincial Nominee; and
Quebec Skilled Workers.
Some of the documents are available to you in Portable Document Format (PDF). This is a universal file format that allows you to read, print or download an online document while maintaining the fonts, graphics and general layout of that document. To view a PDF document, you must have a PDF reader installed. If you do not already have such a reader, there are numerous PDF readers available for free download or for purchase on the Internet.
If you cannot view and print this application from this website, contact your nearest Canadian visa office abroad.
Complete these three steps to apply for immigration as a skilled worker:
1. Read the general information
Instruction Guide [IMM EG7000]
> also in PDF format PDF, 836 KB
2. Fill out the forms to be used by all applicants
Application for Permanent Residence in Canada [IMM 0008] PDF, 237 KB
Schedule 1: Background/Declaration [IMM 0008 SCHEDULE 1] PDF, 286 KB
Schedule 3: Economic Classes [IMM 0008 SCHEDULE 3] PDF, 147 KB
Additional Family Information [IMM 5406] PDF, 134 KB
Fee Payment Form – Application for Permanent Residence – Federal Skilled Worker
[IMM 5620] PDF, 26 KB
Document Checklist [IMM 5612] PDF, 166 KB
Use of a Representative [IMM 5476] PDF, 55 KB
Video tutorial to help you complete this form
3. Supporting documents
The additional documents requested in Appendix A of the Visa Office specific forms, are required when you submit your application to the CIO.
Important: Visa Offices in Abidjan, Accra, Ankara, Caracas, Guatemala, Havana, Moscow, Nairobi, and Vienna offer a different method of payment option for applicants who cannot pay in Canadian Funds. Please refer to these websites for more information concerning fee payments.
Visa Office-specific forms
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Date Modified: 2010-08-03
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