It's Time to Work On Your Express Entry Application
With a significant come back of All-Program Express Entry draws and Canada's aim to welcome 431,645 newcomers by 2022, this would be a great time to decide upon your plan of action to apply for Canada PR. There are a few things that you can do right now to improve your overall Express Entry application. Surprisingly, you can do it all from the comfort of your home.
- Work upon improving your language proficiency
Your language proficiency in English or French is the best way to improve your overall CRS score. As a result, you can better prepare yourself to take the test. You may also learn a new language like French, increasing your points for the Express Entry application.
You can also opt for IELTS online or classroom coaching and access various resources to further improve your understanding of the test format and scoring possibilities.
- Give due importance to reference letters.
Reference letters are a must once you get your ITA, and you have only 60 days to submit them along with your final application and other documents. A reference letter/s is not merely a recommendation letter/s; it is proof of the actual work you did as a skilled worker.
A reference letter must include the following:
- Your job title
- Exact dates of your employment
- Your salary/week
- Your average working hours/week
- A list of your job duties in detail
- Get your Educational Credential Assessments (ECA) report.
Though ECAs are mandatory only for applicants under the Federal Skilled Worker program but, a favourable ECA report can help you earn more points for your foreign education under the Federal Skilled Trades Program (FST) or the Canadian Experience Class program (CEC) as well.
The points mentioned above significantly contribute toward boosting your overall CRS score. So, work on the same and calculate your CRC scores before creating a profile or submitting a visa application for Canadian PR.