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FSW (Express Entry)

Effective January 2015, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) has implemented a new electronic system called Express Entry to manage applications for permanent residence under certain economic immigration programs. Express Entry is not an immigration program in itself, but rather a modern online system to select candidates for immigration to Canada using the economic immigration programs including Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program and Canadian Experience Class Program.

Unlike the policy in past, there are no deadlines to submit the application/express entry profile or quotas applied to the number of applicants that could be accepted to the Express Entry Pool.

Express Entry is a most realistic chance to get Canadian Permanent Residency as well as Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP). To be eligible for Express Entry and PNP applicant should reach minimum required 67 points and it is calculated based on 4 main criteria such as Age, Education, Experience, Language Skills (IELTS) and Adaptability (spouse skills) for those who are married or having blood relatives in Canada.

 

67 points

 

Age Education Exerience IELTS
18 to 35 – 12 points PHD – 25 points 1 year – 9 points Band 7 and above – 24 points
36 – 11 points Master – 23 points 2 – 3 years – 11 points Band 6.5 and above – 20 points
37 – 10 points Bachelor + Degree – 22 points 4 – 5 years – 13 points Band 6 and above – 16 points
38 – 9 points Bachelor – 21 points 6 or more – 15 points
39 – 8 points Diploma – 19 points
40 – 7 points Diploma (1,2 years) – 15 points
41 – 6 points High School – 5 points
42 – 5 points
43 – 4 points
44 – 3 points
45 – 2 points
46 – 1 point
Additional points for spouse skills: Education – 5 points IELTS – 5 points ( Band 5 )
Additional points for blood relatives in Canada: 5 points

 

Canadian Permanent Residency Benefits:

  • Lifetime Permanent Residency
  • Citizenship after 3 years
  • Free medical and education under 18 years old
  • Cheap University tuition fees
  • Maternity and Paternity leave
  • Live, work and study anywhere you want in Canada
  • Unemployment benefits
  • Relocating with family
  • Retirement benefits
  • Dual Citizenship
  • Stable Political System and protection under Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedom

 

How Express Entry works:

  • Step 1 : Find out if you are eligible
  • Step 2 : Get your documents ready
  • Step 3 : Submit your profile
  • Step 4 : Receive an invitation to apply (ITA) for Permanent Residency
  • Step 5 : Submit your passport and documents for visa stamping

 

Express entry

Our licensed ICCRC Canadian Immigration Representative can assist you in achieving your Canadian immigration goals through Express Entry.

Please fill out our Free Assessment Form and we will contact you.