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Express Entry Report Shows Increase in CRS Scores for Women

The number of foreign women with favorable CRS scores has gone up since 2017.

Female applicants with a score of 400 or higher has increased by 56 percent, according to Express Entry reports. The year-end report from 2018 showed that women’s CRS scores often match or exceed those of men.

In fact, women are gradually becoming the principal applicants for Express Entry pools because of their good scores. Though the number of men in the pool overall is still greater, women are better meeting the ideal criteria. In 2018, approximately 42 percent of all Invitations to Apply (ITAs) for the year were issued to women. Considering only 41 percent of all applicants in the pool were women, this figure is significant in proportion.

As of January 3rd this year, 75 percent of the nearly 40,000 female candidates had a score higher than 350. Previous years shows growth as well. In 2018, 70 percent of female applicants had a score over 400, while in 2017, it was 62 percent. Compared to men in the pool, more women also had a score of 950 and above.

Express Entry is a system designed to pool through skilled foreign workers who are interested in permanent residence in Canada. Criteria that affect these scores include age, education, work experience and skill, and proficiency in English and/or French. Overall, the increase in women’s scores has also seen a surge in the ITAs issued to female applicants.

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The Canadian immigrant employment rate reached 71 percent in 2018

The employment rate of new immigrants aged 25 to 54 hit a 12-year high in 2018, The Canadian Press reported.

A federal Finance Ministry memo obtained by the news agency in January said that within five years of immigrating to Canada, the employment rate for immigrants of this age group was 71 percent, which was the highest rate recorded since 2006. 

Canada has taken in more immigrants in recent years. Under the federal government’s new multi-year immigration levels plan, Canada will welcome nearly 331,000 new immigrants this year, and 341,000 in 2020. The new plan also commits to increasing admissions to 350,000 in 2021, which will be equal to nearly 1% of Canada’s population. 

Many federal and provincial immigration programs focus on human capital factors, such as education, skilled work experience, and proficiency in English or French, which help the strong employment results.

The memo also mentioned that second-generation Canadians are better educated and better paid than the children of Canadian-born parents.

Over 40% of second-generation Canadians between the ages of 25 and 44 had a university degree, which is 16% higher than Canadians whose parents were born in Canada.

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  • Successful Migration with the Whole Family
  • Minimum Government Regulations for a Business Start
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Canada Immigration can be possible through following some ways:

  • Express Entry
  • Quebec Immigration
  • Student Pathway
  • Family Sponsorship
  • Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs)

Step By Step Process For Canada Immigration

  1. 1st stage:
    • Education Credential Assessment (ECA)
    • The requirement for the 2nd stage is IELTS language Test Ability Report
  2. 2nd stage:
    • Submit your Express Entry Application(After completing ECA and IELTS)
    • Get Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) Score
    • Wait for Express Entry Draw
  3. 3rd stage:
    • Get the Invitation to Apply or the Nomination Certificate
    • Submit Documents Required for Immigration along with Fees
  4. Alternate to get into 3rd stage:
    • Improve your CRS Score with CLB 9 or CLB 10
    • Apply for Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)

What you need for Canada Immigration?

  • An age under 45 years
  • Bachelor’s degree or above
  • A work experience of min 2 yrs
  • Ability to speak, read and write English
  • A score of 67 points in the Canada’s Points based immigration selection system
  • No criminal history
  • Good health
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  • ► One of the top destinations for overseas study for Indian students
  • ► High Academic standards and affordable education
  • ► High Tech campuses with multicultural diversity
  • ► Co-op programs give students the opportunity to use what they’ve learned in the classroom during a paid work period
  • ► Opportunity of Post study work in Canada for up to three years following the completion of the program.
  • ► Easy to become a Permanent Resident

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  • Algonquin college
  • Brock University
  • Cambrian College
  • Camosun College
  • Centennial College
  • College of New Caledonia
  • Concordia University College of Edmonton
  • Conestoga College
  • Confederation College
  • Douglas College
  • Durham College
  • Fanshawe College
  • Fleming College
  • George Brown College
  • Georgian College
  • Humber College
  • Kings University College
  • Lambton College
  • Langara College
  • Lost Boys College
  • Mohawk College
  • Niagara College
  • North Island College
  • Northern Lights College
  • Okanagan Colege
  • Parkland College
  • Red River College
  • Selkirk College
  • Seneca College
  • Sheridan College
  • St. Clair College
  • Thompson River University
  • University of Regina
  • University of Victoria
  • Vancouver Community College
  • Vancouver Island University

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  1. • 1-3 Years Post-study work permit option.
  2. • Part-time work allowed with studies. Average part-time earning range is between C$ 11-15.
  3. • Average tuition fees ranges between $10,000-$33,000 P.A.
  4. • Lower living expenses than US, UK and Australia. Approximately C$10,000 – C$12,000 per annum (P.A.).
  5. • After completing the course, graduates work at an average pay-scale of $40,000 – $60,000 (INR 21 – 33 Lakhs) P.A.
  6. • One of the Top 10 Places to live in the world
  7. • More than 2,70,000 international students are present in Canada.
  8. • Canada has given the world 23 Nobel Laureates.
 

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New Quebec EOI system comes with promise to reduce processing time to less than a year

The new Expression of Interest (EOI) system will replace Quebec’s current first-come, first-served application process for its Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP).   Under the newly published regulations, which come into force on August 2, anyone interested in the QSWP will have to first submit an online Expression of Interest profile to Quebec’s Immigration Ministry (MIDI).   In a first move, anyone 18-years-old or older can submit a profile to QSWP’s Expression of Interest Bank. Profiles in the bank will receive a score based on factors including skilled work experience, education and training, proficiency in French or English, financial self-sufficiency, and others. All profiles will have to meet the minimum required score of two points in education (secondary school general diploma) and receive the one point that is awarded for financial self-sufficiency. The only new exception in the Quebec selection process is the presence of a validated job offer where initially only 10 points used to be awarded but now 14 points are given.  

The Quebec Skilled Worker Program selection factors are

  • 1. Education
  • 2. Areas of training
  • 3. Work experience
  • 4. Age
  • 5. Language proficiency
  • 6. Stay and Family in Quebec
  • 7. Spouse/common-law partner characteristics
  • 8. Valid joboffer
  • 9. Presence of accompanying children
  • 10. Financial self-sufficiency
  The second step entails that profiles must after the first step meet the required cut-off score of 43 points for a grouping of factors called Employability, which is based on a candidate’s score in education and training, work experience, age, language proficiency, time spent in Quebec and family in Quebec and a validated employment offer. A job offer is an added bonus but is not required in order to be eligible for the QSWP. The Employability cut-off score for candidates with a spouse or common-law partner is 52. In addition to the six factors above, the additional factor of a spouse’s education and training, work experience and language proficiency is also considered.   In the third step, candidates who meet the first two steps threshold must then meet the minimum threshold under a grouping of factors called Selection, which is a passing score of 50 points (59 with a spouse or common-law partner). This step takes into account the points awarded under the six factors considered for Employability, with the addition of children and the financial self-sufficiency. A spouse or common-law partner’s education and training, work experience and language proficiency is also applied in such cases.   It’s important to note that meeting the minimum threshold of 50 points under the Selection does not necessarily mean a candidate will be invited to apply for CSQ. Invitations may be issued to the highest scoring candidates, but incoming changes to Quebec’s Immigration Act state that other selection criteria or conditions may apply. Section 44 of the updated Act states that “criterion relating to a foreign national’s ability to successfully stay or settle in Quebec, such as training or a trade or occupation” may determine invitations. Other criteria may include “a region of destination in Québec, a country or region affected by a humanitarian crisis or the existence of an international commitment.”  

Candidates who are invited to apply for a CSQ will have 3 months to submit their application.

Processing times for CSQ applications has been be reduced to less than 1 year which was earlier going upto 32 months.  Anyone who receives a CSQ can then apply to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) for permanent residence.  

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Canada Immigration Consultants The year began with a bang and lots of good news for the Express Entry pool applicants with the first threshold lowering to 446, which is a record low as a first draw in a year since Express Entry came into functionality in 2015 In this first draw the Canadian government invited 2,750 Express Entry candidates to apply for permanent residence. The draw was held on January 10, 2018. This score is the same as the last CRS threshold for 2017, which was held on December 20. Since 2015, this first cut off is the lowest ever. IRCC also made use of the tie-break rule again and the cut- off date and time was set to November 18, 2017, at 6:30:42 UTC.   In 2017, the first draw had a cut off of 468, but subsequent draws saw lower thresholds with the minimum dip ever in June at 413. This year is expected to be a busy one, with immigration targets set at almost 1 million till 2020. 16 draws were held in the first half of 2017, but this year is envisaged to see many more draws as immigration targets go up. CRS thresholds are also expected to fall as more ITA’s are sent out in each draw.   Canada Education Consultants are one of the renowned consultants that guide you the best way for study and immigration in Canada.   In 2017 a total of 30 draws were held with 86,023 ITA’s being sent out. 3200 more ITA’s are expected to be sent out in the three Express Entry economic streams alone, with many more immigrants finding way into the country through the Family Class and the PNP programmes.   A total of 153,618 ITA’s have been issued since the Express Entry economic streams came into existence in 2015. The no of ITA’s issued in 2017 alone is almost 56 percent of the total ITA’s issued so far.   This year has started at almost 22 points less than the first draw of 2017. It is expected to translate into more people coming in through the Express Entry during the course of the year as larger and more frequent draws are held to accomplish immigrant targets. This in turn will definitely mean lower cut offs all throughout the year.

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Study in Canada Canada Education Consultants being the best study in Canada Consultants presents how the Canadian job vacancies are reaching a new high.   The last quarter of 2017 has seen a record high in Job vacancies in Canada’s private sector. This has been stated by a new report published by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business.   A similar phase had struck Canadian employers in early 2008 when the job vacancy rate in the private business sector had touched 2.8 per cent for any quarter.   The CFIB is a non-profit organization with a membership of more than 109,000 independent businesses across Canada. Their report states, “In raw terms, this represents a record-high 361,700 jobs left unfilled for at least four months because employers have not found suitable candidates.” The study has gone on to state that there is a mounting shortage of skilled labour in Canada’s growing economy. The purview of the study has been responses from 2033 business owners and operators across Canada. As per the findings of the study, British Colombia had 60,100 vacant jobs which is the highest at 3.4 percent amongst all of the Canadian provinces.   Economists are pointing out that Labour shortages pose a major pitfall across the country especially to smaller sized firms. This in turn affects and inhibits the firms’ capacity for expansion and innovation. In Quebec too, the job vacancy rate also rose slightly at just about 3.1 percent. The rate was 3 percent in Ontario and 2.4 percent in Saskatchewan. In no’s this translated to 1,49,600 empty job posts in Ontario and 85,000 in Quebec. In Alberta, the job vacancy rate was 2.2 percent with 33,900 unfulfilled jobs. Job vacancy rate decline was felt only in Manitoba and Newfoundland and Labrador. There was no change in the job vacancy rate in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island.   Wages have been consistently going up due to the increase in the Job Vacancy rate. Construction, transportation, enterprise services and personal services are the sectors facing the greatest labour shortage. Unemployment rate in Canada has been the lowest at 5.9 percent ever since 2008 reaching a ten year low in November.   In November, British Columbia posted the lowest unemployment rate in Canada at 4.8 percent. The same month, Quebec also posted its lowest unemployment rate since 1975, which is being cited as the main reason for calls for changes in the immigration quotas.

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Canada Immigration Consultants Canada Education Consultants being the best study in Canada Consultants presents how the Canadian job vacancies are reaching a new high.   The last quarter of 2017 has seen a record high in Job vacancies in Canada’s private sector. This has been stated by a new report published by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business.   A similar phase had struck Canadian employers in early 2008 when the job vacancy rate in the private business sector had touched 2.8 per cent for any quarter.   The CFIB is a non-profit organization with a membership of more than 109,000 independent businesses across Canada. Their report states, “In raw terms, this represents a record-high 361,700 jobs left unfilled for at least four months because employers have not found suitable candidates.” The study has gone on to state that there is a mounting shortage of skilled labour in Canada’s growing economy. The purview of the study has been responses from 2033 business owners and operators across Canada. As per the findings of the study, British Colombia had 60,100 vacant jobs which is the highest at 3.4 percent amongst all of the Canadian provinces.   Economists are pointing out that Labour shortages pose a major pitfall across the country especially to smaller sized firms. This in turn affects and inhibits the firms’ capacity for expansion and innovation. In Quebec too, the job vacancy rate also rose slightly at just about 3.1 percent. The rate was 3 percent in Ontario and 2.4 percent in Saskatchewan. In no’s this translated to 1,49,600 empty job posts in Ontario and 85,000 in Quebec. In Alberta, the job vacancy rate was 2.2 percent with 33,900 unfulfilled jobs. Job vacancy rate decline was felt only in Manitoba and Newfoundland and Labrador. There was no change in the job vacancy rate in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island.   Wages have been consistently going up due to the increase in the Job Vacancy rate. Construction, transportation, enterprise services and personal services are the sectors facing the greatest labour shortage. Unemployment rate in Canada has been the lowest at 5.9 percent ever since 2008 reaching a ten year low in November.   In November, British Columbia posted the lowest unemployment rate in Canada at 4.8 percent. The same month, Quebec also posted its lowest unemployment rate since 1975, which is being cited as the main reason for calls for changes in the immigration quotas.