Express Entry

Individuals and families around the world can immigrate to Canada within just a few months through the Express Entry immigration selection system. Express Entry, first introduced in 2015, has become the main driver of skilled worker immigration to Canada and one of the most popular immigration systems globally.

Under the 2019-2021 Canada Immigration Levels Plan, the number of new permanent residents admitted through Express Entry over the coming years is set to increase

Canada Experience Class ( CEC )

The Canadian Experience Class (CEC) is an immigration program that permits people who have worked in Canada for at least one year to immigrate permanently. CEC is a part of Canada's Express Entry immigration framework.

The government of Canada identifies the deep pool of talented workers already working in Canada, and needs them to become permanent residents. These are people and families who have set down roots and planned the future in Canada.

Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP)

The government of Canada recognizes that communities and cities across the country experience labor shortages in many skilled trades occupations. Consequently, the Federal Skilled Trades Class (FSTC, formerly known as the Federal Skilled Trades Program) is the only federal economic immigration program that singles out workers in trades occupations.

The government of Canada recognizes that communities and cities in the nation experience work deficiencies in many skilled trades occupations. Subsequently, the Federal Skilled Trades Class (FSTC, formerly known as the Federal Skilled Trades Program) is the sole federal economic immigration program that singles out workers in trade occupations

Who is it for?

Qualified, experienced tradespersons from around the world who want to immigrate to Canada.

What is the processing time?

Most complete applications are processed within six months. In addition to speedy processing times, Federal Skilled Trades candidates have additional advantages under Express Entry.

As an applicant for FSTP, you must have the intention to stay outside Quebec province;

You also need to meet each of the required four language levels in English or French (reading, listening, speaking and writing). This includes the CLB 4 for writing and reading, and CLB 5 for listening and speaking;

You should have at least two years full-time work experience or an equal part-time work experience. This means full time work experience of 1,560 hours equal to 30 hours weekly for one year, or part-time work experience of 1,560 hours equal to 15 hours weekly for 24 months/30 hours weekly for 12 months at more than one job equal to 1,560 hours. This work experience needs to be in any skilled trade in five years before date of making an application.

You must have a full-time offer of job for at least one year or a certificate of qualification (issued by Canada provincial or territorial government or authority)in the same mentioned skilled trade.

You need to meet the requirements of job for the same skilled trade mentioned in the National Occupation Classification(NOC), with the exception of the need of a certificate of qualification;

You need to be allowed to enter Canada.

Your eligibility to appear in the examination for getting certified is assessed by Canadian territories and provinces issuing certificates of qualification in the specified skilled trades based on your skills, trade experience and your training.

Eligible Skilled trades are mentioned below in the following minor and major NOC categories—

Major Group 73, equipment and maintenance operation trades;

Major Group 72, Electrical, construction and industrial trades;

Major Group 82, technical and supervisor jobs in agriculture and related natural resources and production;

Major Group 92, manufacturing, processing and utilities supervisors, central control operators;

Minor Group 633, butchers and bakers;

Minor Group 632, cooks and chefs.

So, if you want to move to Canada on a permanent basis and are working in a skilled trade, then as an immigration consultant Canada, Redefine Immigration and Recruitment Consultants Inc. is there to help you gather required documents related to your educational qualifications, linguistic proficiency and job history for making an application for Canada immigration.

Federal Skilled Worker Program ( FSWP )

The Federal Skilled Worker Program (otherwise called the Federal Skilled Worker Class) is Canada's lead immigration program for workers, enabling the nation to invite countless newcomers consistently dependent on their capacity to get set up in Canada's workforce.

Who is it for?

Professionals and skilled workers around the world who want to immigrate to Canada permanently. Candidates can apply with their spouse/partner and dependent children.

What is the processing time?

80 percent of complete applications are processed within six months or less

Federal Skilled Worker Program Eligibility Conditions—

Completing online profile for Express Entry—All applicants need to complete Express Entry profile online. It’s a secure form for giving detailed information concerning—

Eligible individuals must submit an Express Entry profile to the pool of candidates. The Express Entry profile acts as an Expression of Interest (EOI). Eligible candidates will automatically receive a score based on their profile and will be ranked against the other candidates in the pool.

The ranking score for Express Entry is based on the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) and is out of 1,200 points. Candidates can improve their rank by taking steps to improve their CRS score. The higher a candidate’s CRS score, the higher the likelihood they will receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA)

The CRS score is used as a cut-off point in Express Entry draws. It is designed to project a candidate’s likelihood of being economically successful in Canada. It ranks different candidates based on their career and educational history, language skills, and whether they have already received a qualifying job offer or provincial nomination in Canada, among other factors.

Candidates can receive additional points if they have a valid job offer from a Canadian employer, or if they’ve received a provincial nomination.

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