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EXPRESS ENTRY CANADA
If you are looking to settle in Canada permanently and wish to contribute to the overall economy, Express Entry is the right program for you. With the help of a comprehensive ranking system, IRCC selects skilled immigrants to become Permanent Residents by qualifying one of the present Canadian Programs.
The Express Entry Mechanism is Frequently Used to Apply For Canadian Permanent Resident Visas (PR) Using the Following Three Main Streams:
Federal Skilled Worker Class (FSW Program)
Because of their economic establishments in Canada, federal skilled workers are a class of skilled workers who may one day become permanent residents. The prerequisites for eligibility include:
One year of continuous full-time work, or a comparable amount of experience, in the previous ten years.
Additionally, according to the National Occupational Classification, the experience had to be paid and related to a skilled occupation.
(NOC) skill levels 0, A, or B.
English or French language proficiency in
Education levels (secondary school or higher) evaluate ED on a global scale.
2. Canadian Experience Class (CEC)
The Canadian Experience Class (CEC) was created expressly to help those who have worked in Canada at NOC levels 0, A, and B achieve permanent residence. The following are eligible:
Within the last three years of the application date, at least one year of skilled, professional, or technical job experience in Canada.
language proficiency standards.
Education requirements still apply.
3. Federal Skilled Trades Class (FST Program)
This is only available to people who are qualified for skilled trades and desire to live permanently in Canada. The prerequisites for eligibility include:
a minimum of two (2) years of paid, full-time work, or an equivalent amount of experience in the last five years in the NOC’s skill type “B.”
A genuine job offer of full-time work for a minimum of one year and/or a Canadian-issued certificate of certification in the claimed skilled trade are additional requirements.
Attain the necessary proficiency levels in either French or English for each language (listening, writing, reading, and speaking).
Note: The Following Skilled Trades Are Eligible For This Program:
Construction trades, industrial, and electrical Major Group 72.
Equipment and maintenance operation trades, Major Group 73.
Technical jobs and supervisors in associated production, natural resources, and agriculture make up Major Group 82.
Central control operators, supervisors, utilities, and manufacturing make up Major Group 92.
Cooks and chefs, Minor Group 632.
The butchers and bakers of Minor Group 633.
Express Entry process
Check to See If You Qualify For Any of The Following Programs:
Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program, Canadian Experience Class, A provincial nominee Express Entry program (Provincial Nominee Programs Under Express Entry System)
Create your Express Entry profile online.
- You will be required to register with the Job Bank if you are determined to be qualified. If you have a legitimate employment offer or a provincial nomination, you do not need to register with the Job Bank.
- For a period of one year after being accepted, your name will be added to the Express Entry pool of applicants with others.
- Based on the details you provided in your profile, you will gain points, and your ranking will be determined by the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS). The pool’s top contenders will get an Invite to Apply (ITA) from CIC through routine “rounds of invitations” so they can submit an application to immigrate as a permanent resident.
- If you receive an invitation to apply, you will be informed of the program you are requested to apply under in order to obtain permanent residency.
- Verify that you are still eligible for the program before applying online within 60 days after receiving an invitation.
Benefits of Canada Express Entry Program
The Express Entry system is designed to be fair and transparent and to make it easier for skilled workers to come to Canada.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Express Entry Profile is the online profile that candidates build on the EE System for Canada Immigration. It includes their demographic information as well as other important information, such as their educational background, work history, age, language ability, and critical skills.