STUDY | WORK | IMMIGRATION  

Express Entry Canada Points Calculator

Express Entry Immigration Programs

Express Entry Immigration Programs

January 1st 2015 Canada has introduced the Express Entry system to make the immigration process faster, transparent and hassle free. Those who have minimum one year of skilled work experience are eligible to apply to Immigrate to Canada under this program. It is a great opportunity for those looking to get settled in Canada on Permanent Residency basis.

 

Why Canada Education & Immigration Consultants?

  • # India’s #1 Education and Immigration Company
  • # 8 years of Industry Expertise
  • # 95% Success Rate

 

Benefits of Signing up with Canada Education & Immigration Consultants

  1. # Save your time and efforts
  2. # Best Immigration Consultants work for you
  3. # Move for Better future

 

How can we help you?

  • # In-depth Profile Assessment
  • # Education Credential Assessment Application
  • # Provide Provincial Updates Concerning PR Application
  • # File Preparation and Quality Check of Visa File
  • # Express Entry Profile Creation and Submission
  • # Submitting Provincial Nominee Program File

 

Express Entry Canada Points Calculator

Express Entry PNP

Express Entry – Innovative PNP’s methods to meet the skill requirement

The Provincial Nomination Program plays an important role for express entry to Canada.

Lately Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Ontario have used innovative approaches to shortlist candidates for Express Entry in their PNP Program.

 

The 600 points which the candidates get from PNP leads to enhancing their probability for getting an Invitation to Apply. In fact this becomes the single most factor which contributes to a candidate getting an invitation to apply.

 

In the last week new approaches used by Express Entry via the provincial immigration path to select candidates were:

• Expression of interest
• First-come, first-served
• Passive.

 

The invitation to apply from the Canada’s Provincial Nomination Program (PNP) has a specific fixed number of candidates for the federal pool each year. Each province and territory with a PNP has at least one stream for candidates in the federal Express Entry system which manages the pool of candidates for Canada’s three Federal High Skilled economic immigration programs – the Federal Skilled worker class, the Federal skilled Trades Class & the Canadian Experience class..

 

Between 2016 and 2017 there was an increase by 4000 in the Express Entry candidates who applied for Canadian permanent residence in the Provincial Nomination Program.

The Federal skilled worker class, the Federal Skilled Trades Class and the Canadian Experience Class are critically popular with Express Entry candidates because they do not require a Canadian job offer or a minimum CRS score.

 

Lately Quebec took action to address Labour shortage in the province, especially in regions outside the Montreal metropolitan area by using a new Expression of interest system for the Quebec Skilled Worker Program.

 

Ontario recently changed the minimum score in its Human Capital Priorities stream, which allows the province to search the federal government’s Express Entry system for eligible economic immigration candidates.

 

The position of an eligible Express Entry candidates in the pool is determined by the score they get in the Comprehensive Ranking System .CRS).

 

Ontario has also removed the minimum CRS score of 400 for eligibility and left it to the discretion of the director in charge of the province’s immigrant nominee program, the OINP. The CRS for the Human Capital Priorities Stream has lately been reduced to 350.

 

The majority of Canadian provinces and territories have a fixed target for giving Canadian permanent residence to candidates each year.

 

Express Entry Canada Points Calculator

Canada Immigration through Express Entry Program

Canada Immigration through Express Entry Program

The first step in Immigration in Canada through the Express Entry program is to learn the eligibility criteria of the immigration programs. The next step is to select a suitable province or territory. Canada Education & Immigration Consultants Experts will perform technical evaluations of your profile. Based on your technical evaluation report, we will suggest the best immigration program for you, based on your age, IELTS Score, qualification and work experience.

 

Migrate to Canada through Express Entry Program

Why Canada is a great place to live?

  • • Best Country in the World to Live in
  • • 2nd Largest Country in world by Land
  • • 11th Largest Economy in the world
  • • One of the Best Medical Systems
  • • Strong Economy
  • • One of the Highest Life Expectancy
  • • One of the Safest Country
  • • High-tech industrial society
  • • One of the easiest immigration pathways
  • • High quality of life
  • • One of the most cosmopolitan society
  • • Free Health Care
  • • Free education for children
  • • Safe Country
  • • Numerous Job Opportunities

 

Canada adopts new processing times system for some PR applications

 

We will guide you at every step of your immigration process. Contact Us our immigration consultants for a free assessment of your profile.

Come to Canada | Study | Immigrate

  • • Education Counselling
  • • Study Permit
  • • Work Permit
  • • Investor Visa
  • • Permanent Resident Visa
  • • Provincial Nominee Programme

 

Provincial Nominee Programs A Unique Pathway for Skilled Tech & IT Professionals

Most provinces and territories in Canada can nominate immigrants through the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP). There is huge demand for IT Skilled workers in Canada, especially in British Columbia. The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program Tech pilot is an excellent opportunity for IT professionals to migrate to Canada.

 

Why choose Canada Education & Immigration Consultants?

  1. • ICCRC Certified Consultants
  2. • Expert Advisors
  3. • Fast Processing
  4. • End-To-End Services
  5. • Free Eligibility Assessment
  6. • Get Placement Assistance
  7. • Settlement Assistance
  8. • Dedicated Support Team

 

Click Here To Get Free Assessment

Express Entry Canada Points Calculator

Saskatchewan EOI

No minimum CRS threshold for Saskatchewan’s new Expression of Interest system linked to federal Express Entry

The Saskatchewan EOI Immigrant Nominee Program’s new Expression of Interest system for its Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand sub-categories has opened.

 

Before this new system came into operation, Saskatchewan had a first-come, first-served model that was used for these two International Skilled Worker sub-categories. The doors used to be shut to the many qualified applicants who couldn’t get their applications in on time.

 

This new system allows for the Saskatchewan province to select eligible immigration candidates already in the Federal Express Entry pool and invite them for a provincial nomination. Skilled workers who possess the specified amount of work experience in one of the provinces’ in demand occupations sub category may become eligible to receive the Provincial nomination.

 

The province feels that the change-over to the new EOI system will allow the SINP to target those immigrants who are most likely to find success in the Saskatchewan labour market. As the SINP says on the webpage outlining the new system, “a goal of the EOI system is to ensure strong economic outcomes and long-term retention in Saskatchewan for those invited to apply.”

 

Candidates who score at least 60 points on the assessment grid and satisfy other eligibility requirements enter the Saskatchewan pool of candidates for either the Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand sub-category and those selected are invited to apply for a provincial nomination through regular draws.

 

This new system follows other Canadian provinces that are using the merit-based EOI approach to select immigration candidates. The federal government’s Express Entry system also replaced a first come first served model in 2015 and now highest-ranked candidates are selected to apply for Permanent Residence based on a Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS).

 

Saskatchewan’s EOI system will also give more people an opportunity to compete for a provincial nomination through these sub-categories. These are among the few in Canada that do not require a job offer to be considered for nomination.

 

With this move to regularize draws instead of occasional openings, it will no longer about the lucky few who were quick enough to apply and the focus will be on skilled immigrants required by the labour market of the province.

 

This could also be good news for interested Express Entry candidates with lower CRS scores. Saskatchewan’s Express Entry sub-category does not have a minimum CRS score requirement, so anyone eligible for the Express Entry pool can submit an Expression of Interest. A provincial nomination is worth an additional 600 CRS points, which essentially guarantees an Invitation to Apply for Canadian permanent residence to all Express Entry candidates who receive one, regardless of their initial CRS score

 

Express Entry Canada Points Calculator

deadline in express entry

Return of the 60-day application deadline in Express Entry

IRCC has announced that is going back to a 60-day deadline for receiving the application for Permanent Residence after receiving the Invitation to apply. This new deadline is effective from June 26th2018.

 

In an email sent out to all applicants, IRCC said that it was resuming its original 60-day limit, which had been changed to 90 days in November 2016. This move is being touted to have been taken to serve customers better.

 

The email that was sent out read, “With this change, we are moving back to the original timeframe as it better reflects the intended design of Express Entry as a process leading to expedited results for you, our clients.”Fast processing of applications for permanent residence has been a goal for IRCC since the Express Entry system was first introduced.

 

IRCC said in its 2017 year-end report that80 per cent of Federal Skilled Worker applications that year were processed in four months or less from the moment a complete application is received. By reducing the application deadline by 30 days, IRCC may see the total Express Entry process get faster.

 

This change will also allow IRCC to know sooner which candidates who receive ITAs are applying or declining their invitations.These benefits, however, do put additional pressure on applicants to collect documents quickly.A report published by IRCC in December 2017 said that it found that 41 per cent of Express Entry candidates who received an ITA after November 2016 took advantage of the extended deadline and submitted their application between 61 days and 90 days after receiving an ITA.Only 57 per cent of applicants submitted their complete application within 60 days.