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Express Entry

Express Entry is a new approach to immigration, and it is based on a Human Capital model. Candidate’s skills, age, education, language ability, work experience, and many other factors will considered and score will be awarded using Comprehensive Ranking System ( CRS) which is a points based system.

Recently, Citizenship and Immigration Canada has made some significant changes to Express Entry system which has direct impact on how candidate can secure maximum points to receive an invitation to apply (ITA) from the Express entry pool .

Express Entry is based on 3 main streams:

  • The Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSW)
  • The Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP)
  • The Canadian Experience Class (CEC)
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Here are some highlights of the Express Entry:

  • You must qualify for one of the main immigration categories,
    • Federal Skilled Worker
    • Federal Skilled Trade
    • Canadian Experience Class
  • You must have completed language proficiency test such as IELTS, TEF etc and have your scores available.
  • You must have your educational Credentials Assessment (ECA) completed.
  • Candidates can improve their scores by as high as 200 points if they have qualifying job offer from employer in Canada – We can assist you with this!!!– Fill Assessment
  • Candidates can get 600 additional points by having Provincial Nomination – We can assist with this!!!Fill Assessment
  • Once the Express Entry application is successfully submitted, CIC will select candidates using the Comprehensive Ranking System, and if chosen you will receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA)
  • Candidates will have only 90 days to apply for Permanent Residence after receiving an ITA. You must be ready to go when called on!

We invite you to complete our online immigration assessment form to evaluate your education, work experience and language ability to see if you qualify for Express Entry.

Recent Changes:

The points you can get for a job offer has changed. You can now get:

  • 200 points for NOC 00 with valid and approved job offer
  • 50 points for any other NOC 0,A and B jobs with valid and approved job offer
  • Additional points for study in Canada above high school:
    • 15 points for one or two year diploma or certificate
    • 30 points for degree, diploma or certificate of three years or longer, or a Master’s, professional or doctoral degree of at least one year.
  • Some offers of employment may not need an LMIA

Are you outside Canada?

  • Immigrate Permanently with or without Job offer
  • visit
  • Study
  • Work
  • Invest, Do Business or be self-employed
  • Live-in Caregiver

Are you inside Canada?

  • Sponsor your Family Federal or Provincial
  • Apply for Permanent Residency
  • Renew your PR
  • Change Jobs
  • Extent/change/Restore Tour status
  • Do Business or Invest

Are you an Employer?

  • Take advantage of the foreign worker program
  • Find a suitable employee
  • Retain your employees
  • Hire a Foreign Worker
  • Federal or provincial Sponserships?
  • How Ann Arbour can assist you

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