Express Entry

What is Express Entry?

Express Entry is a system designed to rank and select the most suitable candidates for immigration to Canada. To be a candidate for this program, you need to meet the requirements in terms of age, education, skills, work experience and foreign language ability. This program is highly competitive, as it attracts skilled workers from all over the world, not just for international students in Canada. However, when you have studied and graduated in Canada, you already have certain advantages in terms of qualifications, experience and advantages of living in Canada. Particularly for the province of Quebec, applicants need to submit a separate application and program of the province of Quebec.

Benefits enjoyed:

Once the application is selected, the candidate will receive:

Conditions for participating in the program:

Candidates who meet the basic requirements for qualifications, English language proficiency and work experience from one of the three programs below will be admitted to the Express Entry pool and ranked based on the Comprehensive Ranking System score ( CRS). On average, every two weeks, the Federal government will open a selection and send Invitations to Apply (ITA) to selected candidates to apply for permanent residence. Express Entry programs include:
The program is open to candidates with Canadian work experience who meet the following conditions:
– Having working experience in Canada in the occupations of job group 0, A, B according to the Canadian NOC classification system for at least 01 year, within the last 3 years.
– Meet the minimum language requirements (with work group 0, A: CLB/NCLC 7, work group B: CLB/NCLC 5).
Have a degree in Canada or be judged to be equivalent to a Canadian degree.
The program is open to highly skilled and specialized candidates from all countries who meet the following requirements:
– Having working experience in occupations in job groups 0, A, B according to Canada’s NOC classification system for at least 01 year (experience is not required to be accumulated in Canada), within the last 10 years.
– Meet the minimum language requirements (English/French): CLB/NCLC 7
Have a degree that is considered equivalent to a Canadian degree
– Passing the preliminary assessment round is 67 points.
– Have at least 2 years of experience working in an occupation in the B job category according to Canada’s NOC classification system, within the last 5 years.
– Meet language requirements (English/French achieves CLB/NCLC 4 for reading and writing skills, CLB/NCLC 5 for listening and speaking).
– Meet industry requirements or have a recognized degree/certificate.
– Have a full-time job offer lasting at least 1 year, or have a degree/certificate issued by the province/territory.
In addition, each province has programs linked to the Express Entry (EE-PNP) system. This program is for candidates who have the skills, qualifications and work experience in the province they want to live in and/or in an industry that is attracting people to contribute to the development. economy in that province.
When receiving a provincial nomination, the candidate will receive 600 points added to the CRS scale, so that the candidate will definitely receive an invitation to immigrate in the next federal selection. Participating in this program, applicants need to commit to living and working in the province for a certain period of time.

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