Confirm your eligibility for Canada Immigration 2022
Thousands of skilled immigrants move to Canada every year and with a comeback of all-program Express Entry draws, you must gear up to prepare a strong case file and improve your point score to get your invitation to apply for Canada PR.
Applicants who are distracted by other things instead of understanding the importance of initial eligibility assessment, express entry profile creation, etc. face unwanted application rejection or refusal in their first attempt.
Each program under Express Entry has minimum selection requirements, which an applicant must meet to be eligible to enter the pool of candidates. Those who successfully meet the minimum eligibility criteria enters the pool along with other candidates and are awarded with CRS score.
Here are the three federal economic immigration programs managed by Express Entry system:
- Federal Skilled Worker Program: This program is designed for those skilled workers who have a foreign work experience and a desire to move to Canada permanently.
- Federal Skilled Trades Program: This program is designed for those skilled workers who wish to become permanent residents of Canada based on being qualified under a skilled trade.
- Canadian Experience Class Program: This program is designed for those skilled workers who have Canadian work experience and a desire to become permanent residents of Canada.
Six Selection Factors to qualify under FSWP includes the following:
- Language skills: The IRCC need you to prove your proficiency in either 1 or both the official languages of Canada, i.e. English and French. You must score at least CLB 7 for English or NCLC 7 for French in all 4 language abilities.
- Education: You must get an Educational Credential Assessment report from an approved agency to prove that your education obtained outside of Canada is equivalent to Canadian standards.
- Work Experience: You must have at least 1 year of skilled work experience, either full-time or an equal amount of part-time gained in past 10 years at skill type 0, A or B.
- Age: If you age between 18 to 35 years, you will score the highest points under age factor
- Arranged employment in Canada: If you have a job offer from a Canadian employer of minimum 1 year, you can claim the points.
- Adaptability: You can claim points for your spouse or common-law partner’s language skills and previous studies completed in Canada.