At this present Moment, there is a pilot program design for the Atlantic region that looks to stimulate the immigration to that region facilitating the requirements in the level of English and opening the possibilities to employers to provide job offer to those who qualify. The pilot program looks to hire a...Read More
Category: Economic Class
It is important to note that Express Entry is not an immigration category. On the contrary, it is the evaluation system that will rank the candidate to be able to obtain the Permanent Resident under the economic categories prescribe. In other words, the, Express Entry, is defined as the Canada’s immigration application management system for economic immigration. Candidates for Express Entry are awarded up to 1200 points being the highest score under a ranking system meant to identify those candidates most likely to succeed in Canada. There are multiple rounds of draw during a calendar year that comes out with a minimum score per draw that may vary according to the candidates participating in the pool of applicants.
The highest ranked candidates in any given draw within the Express Entry pool will receive an “Invitation to Apply” after which they will have 90 days to complete an application for Permanent Residence in Canada.
COMPREHENSIVE RANKING SYSTEM
What it is the comprehensive ranking system?
Is a system that score each of the below category for each applicant assigning them accordingly of their particular case a score and after for each draw those candidates who obtain a higher score and according to the time of the application are invited to apply for a permanent resident to Canada under the Economic class Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program Canadian Experience Class and if applicable Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)
- A Maximum of 500 Points: Core Human Capital Factors which include age, education, language and Canadian work experience.
- A Maximum of 100 Points: Skill Transferability which is a combination of foreign qualifications, work experience, education and language ability.
- A Maximum of 600 Points: A Provincial Nomination certificate
- A Maximum of 50-200 Points: For arranged Employment