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Express Entry Canada

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Express Entry Canada immigration Program

Express Entry Canada Immigration Program was introduced in January 2015 in the IRCC system for Canadian immigration. This program is designed for the selection of workers who are looking to migrate to Canada for financial stability. This is an entirely online process that involves the federal government, provincial governments, and employers in Canada. This new Canadian immigration selection system strives to eliminate all the complicated processes involved in immigration.

Express Entry Canada makes the immigration process simpler, faster and efficient and benefits the qualified skilled worker in obtaining permanent residence in 6 months

Express Entry Canada Program is not an immigration program in itself. Express Entry is an application management system that is used by the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to manage and process the application received through different federal economic immigration programs of Canada for skilled workers.

     Federal Skilled Worker Class

     Canadian Experience Class

     Federal Skilled Trades Class

     Part of the Provincial Nominee Programs

Eligibility requirement

Eligibility requirements differ for each of Canada Immigration Express Entry aligned programs. All the candidates are required to atleast one year of skilled work experience and language proficiency in Canadian official languages – French and English. All the Express Entry applicants will be screen for criminal history and medical issues – biometric tests.

Express Entry is a competitive system where the eligible candidates from the Express Entry Pool are ranked against one another and then the best ranked candidate will be invited to apply for Canadian PR status. Ranking system is based on following criteria:

     Core human capital factors

     Common-law partner and accompanying spouse factors

     Transferability of skill

     Provincial nomination

     Canadian study experience

     Language proficiency

     Qualification and work experience
There are a total of 1,200 points available under the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS). The higher the CRS score, the higher chances for the candidate to receive an Invitation of Apply (ITA).

Under the Express Entry, candidates along with dependents family members wishing to settle in Canada can become new permanent residents within just a few months.

About the Comprehensive Ranking System:

There are a total of 1,200 points available under the Comprehensive Ranking System.

Preparation for Express Entry Program:

Getting ready for language exams
Seek the help of Canadian authorities to help access the foreign credentials to ensure that it meets the Canadian standards. Like https://www.wes.org/ca/ and https://www.alberta.ca/iqas-immigration-apply.aspx

In case you are interested to know more about how you can improve your score on the comprehensive ranking system, contact us today. You can also click here to make use of the free CRS Calculator tool.

For candidates without an accompanying spouse or common-law partner, following are the number of points available:
  1. A core human capital factor has a maximum of 500 points.
  2. A skill transferability factor has a maximum of 100 points.
  3. You will be awarded 600 points for a provincial nomination.
  4. About 200 points are available for a qualifying offer of arranged employment.
  5. Canadian study experience has about 30 points.
  6. Your ability to speak both French and English language will earn you up to 30 points.
  7. If you have a sibling in Canada, you are entitled to a maximum of 15 points.

For candidates that have an accompanying spouse or common-law partner, following is the number of points available:

  1. A core human capital factor of the principal applicant has a maximum of 460 points.
  2. A core human capital factor of the spouse or common-law partner has a maximum of 40 points.
  3. You will be awarded 600 points for a provincial nomination.
  4. About 200 points are available for a qualifying offer of arranged employment.
  5. Canadian study experience has about 30 points.
  6. Your ability to speak both French and English language will earn you up to 30 points.
  7. If you have a sibling in Canada, you are entitled to a maximum of 15 points (one sibling of the principal applicant and the accompanying spouse/common-law partner is considered).

Application Procedure for Canada Immigration Express Entry Program:

Eligible candidates must submit a profile online, which also called Expression of Interest (EOI) to Express Entry pool. The eligible candidates will automatically receive a CRS based on the profile submitted and will be ranked against the other candidates in the pool. The CRS score is used for Express Entry draws conducted by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) at regular intervals. Candidates above a particular rank are invited to apply for Permanent Resident (PR) status.

 

The candidates whose profile is not invited for PR status will automatically expire after 12 months, and hence the candidate has to resubmit the profile.

Invited candidate will have 90 days to apply for PR status. The application form should be submitted along with personal information and supporting documentation online.

Processing Time

Most of the Express Entry applications are processed within six months or less. The approved applications will receive authorization to activate the PR status in Canada.

Contact Patel Canada Visa Today!

We at Patel Canada Visa Consultancy will able to help you check the eligibility for immigration to Canada through Express Entry.

Please click here to fill the form to help us guide you in the best manner. The candidate should provide up-to-date detailed information about language ability, skills, education, work experience, and personal information. This places candidate within a Comprehensive Ranking System. The candidate can increase chances of being noticed by employers by registering with Canada’s Job Bank.

Or you can do check the eligibility by creating an online profile on your own risk by clicking here.

For those that have submitted their Express Entry profile and have received an invitation to apply for Canadian permanent residence, kindly click here to get in touch with Parulben Patel, a reliable ICCRC member, who will be happy to assist you, further.

Contact us immediately for more details on the application procedure, documentation required, checking on the status of application and more. We are happy to assist you

FAQs

What is Express Entry Canada, and how does it work?

Express Entry is a points-based immigration system designed to select skilled workers for Canadian permanent residency. It assesses candidates based on factors like age, education, work experience, and language proficiency.

Am I eligible for Express Entry?

Eligibility criteria include having a skilled occupation, language proficiency, work experience, and completing an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) for foreign education.

What documents do I need to prepare for my Express Entry application?

Required documents include proof of identity, language test results, educational credentials, work experience documents, and other supporting materials.

How is the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score calculated?

CRS score considers factors such as age, education, work experience, language proficiency, and additional points for factors like a job offer or provincial nomination.

Can I update my Express Entry profile after submission?

Certain information can be updated, such as language test results, but major changes require withdrawing and resubmitting the profile.

What are the language proficiency requirements for Express Entry?

Language proficiency is assessed through IELTS or CELPIP for English and TEF for French. Minimum scores are required based on the program.

How long does the Express Entry process take from start to finish?

The processing time varies, but it typically takes around six months from the time of profile submission to receiving an Invitation to Apply (ITA).

Is a job offer required for Express Entry?

While a job offer can enhance your CRS score, it’s not mandatory. Points are also awarded for factors like education and work experience.

What is the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) and how does it relate to Express Entry?

Some provinces have PNP streams aligned with Express Entry. A provincial nomination adds significant CRS points to your profile.

Can I appeal a decision or reapply if my Express Entry application is unsuccessful?

While there’s no formal appeal process, you can reapply or explore other immigration pathways. Identifying and addressing the reasons for refusal is crucial for success.

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