One of the top countries for luring numerous immigrants from all over the world is Canada. The most frequent route for skilled professionals to get permanent residence in Canada is through the Express Entry (EE) Program. Through this scheme, approximately 110,000 immigrants are allowed to work in Canada each year. There are three alternative ways to apply for Permanent Residence in Canada under this process: the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), the Federal Skilled Trade Program (FSTP), and the Canadian Experience Class (CEC).
The Canadian government uses the Canada Express Entry system to handle applications for permanent residence, Making an online profile, submitting an application, and getting accepted into the applicant pool are all steps in the procedure.
What is Canada Express Entry?
Express Entry and Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) both are immigration programs to apply for Canadian Permanent Residency (PR) Visa. The former is federal program launched and run by Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), while the later is the provincial program run by different provinces of Canada in coordination with the federal government or IRCC.
Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)
A Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) is used by the majority of Canadian provinces to evaluate, choose, and nominate qualified applicants for Canadian Permanent Residency (PR) Visas. Each PNP has an own program, procedure, and set of requirements. The majority of PNPs have a stream connected to the federal Express Entry System that aids applicants in raising their Express Entry score in accordance with the nomination they receive from a province.
You can get in touch with Visas Avenue, a reputable and registered Visa Advisory Service connected to a CICC member, to apply for a Canada PR visa through Express entry or the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP).
Procedure for Canada express entry
1. Create an online profile with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
This will include providing information about yourself such as age, education level, language proficiency and work experience.
2. Once your profile is complete you can submit it to IRCC’s Express Entry Pool where it will be assessed against other applicants in terms of points awarded for factors like age, education level etc..
3. If you satisfy all of IRCC’s eligibility requirements, you might get an invitation to apply for permanent residency through their Express Entry program. This invitation would require you to submit additional paperwork before IRCC decides whether or not to accept your application for permanent residency status in Canada.
4. In the event that your application is accepted, you will need to show evidence that you have the means to support not only yourself but also any potential family members while you are in Canada.
To be frank, your chances are pretty low. Don’t get trapped in the sugaring words of all the immigration consultants. The current score that does have some hope in the near future is 440 or close.
there are a couple of methods which will help you increase your score.
- Try for more degrees. If you have a Bachelors, Get a Masters or another Bachelors. It will get you some points.
- Try to get the IELTS Score of 8 7 7 7 ( CLB 9 ) Getting a listening score of 8 or above and 7 in others will get you 50 extra points towards adaptability.
- Earn more work experience. If you have less than 3 years of work experience, work for 3 Years+ so that you can claim the full points for work experience.
- Look for PNPs. Most PNPs require score of 400 or above, but still see if you can get one. It will get you 600 points straight!.
- IGNORE all the promises given by your consultants, that you will be getting invitation soon etc. They are just trying to milk you for more money.