The express entry draw held in September 6, 2017 has a total of 2,772 candidates who were given invitation to apply (ITA) for permanent residency in Canada. They have 90 days to submit a complete application.
The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) scores of the said candidates is 435 and more; the CRS have determining criteria to arrive at a score to be eligible for ITA namely; skills, education in Canada and/or outside Canada, work experience in Canada and outside Canada, English test results and other factors such as age and relatives in Canada.
If you need help in completing an application please don't hesitate to contact us at www.ecic-canada.ca
There are many programs that Canada offers on how you can come to Canada permanently or temporarily, some of these are as follows:
Express Entry Immigrate as a skilled worker. There are three categories for this program; Federal Skilled Worker Class, Canadian Experience Class, and Federal Skilled Trade Class. Basic requirements are education assessed by a Canadian organization, related work experience, English or French language test and proof of fund.
Family sponsorship Sponsor your relatives, including your spouse, partner, children, parents, grandparents, and others to immigrate. There are two types of Family sponsorship, the INSIDE Canada application or OUTSIDE Canada application; both may take up to twelve months of processing or longer for complicated cases.
Provincial nominees Immigrate by being nominated by a Canadian province or territory. When you have a provincial nomination you are most likely be qualified for the Express Entry category provided other requirements are met.
Caregivers Immigrate by providing care for children, the elderly or those with medical needs, or work as a live-in caregiver. If your experience is in the medical field and have many experiences in caregiving and/or nursing then this category is perfect for you.
Quebec-selected skilled workers Immigrate as a skilled worker in the province of Quebec
Start-up visa Immigrate by starting a business and creating jobs.
Immigrant Investors Immigrate by investing in the Canadian economy.
Self-employed Immigrate as a self-employed person in cultural or athletic activities, or as a farmer. Your experience in cultural or athletic activities must be at international level.
Atlantic Immigration Pilot Immigrate by graduating from a school or working in New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, or Newfoundland and Labrador.
Refugees Immigrate as a refugee or become a sponsor.
For detailed requirements of each program, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at www.ecic-canada.ca
Jonel S. Kinao is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant and a member of ICCRC-CRCIC in good standing.