EXPRESS ENTRY CANADA
Welcome to Ansari Immigration - Your Premier Vancouver Immigration Consultant
At Ansari Immigration, we recognize that navigating the immigration process can be challenging and intricate. As a leading Vancouver immigration consultant, our dedicated professionals are committed to guiding you through each step. We offer a wide range of services tailored to your needs, including study permit renewal, extension, spousal sponsorship, and work permit extension.
Express Entry – Fast-Track Your Path to Permanent Residency in Canada
The Express Entry system is a popular and efficient pathway for skilled immigrants seeking permanent residency in Canada. We offer personalized guidance and support to maximize your chances of success in the Express Entry pool. Our team of experienced immigration consultants is ready to help you quickly navigate this competitive process.
Mastering the Express Entry Process with Ansari Immigration
We take pride in our expertise and understanding of the Express Entry system. Our Vancouver immigration consultants will help you with the following:
Determine your eligibility: We will assess your qualifications and determine the most suitable program under the Express Entry system.
Create your profile: Our team will help you create a robust Express Entry profile highlighting your skills, education, and work experience.
Improve your Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score: We will guide ways to improve your CRS score, increasing your chances of receiving an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for permanent residency.
Express Entry: Your Pathway to Canada
Express Entry immigration system, a fast-track pathway to becoming a permanent resident of Canada. Introduced by the Canadian government, this system manages applications for three economic immigration programs:
This program is tailored for skilled workers who have gained Canadian work experience within the three years preceding their application.
In order to qualify for the CEC, you need to have at least 12 months of skilled work experience in Canada in the last three years before you apply. The work experience must be in a job listed under Skill Tier 0 (Managerial jobs) or Tier 1 (Professional jobs), Tier 2 (Technical jobs and skilled trades) Or Tier 3 on the Canadian National Occupational Classification (NOC) list. The work experience can be gained in multiple jobs and doesn't have to be continuous, but it has to be full-time, meaning at least 30 hours a week.
You need to meet the language requirements for the Canadian Experience Class. This typically involves taking a language test like the IELTS for English and achieving a certain minimum score. The test measures your ability in four language abilities: speaking, listening, reading, and writing. The exact score you need depends on the skill level of your job.
Once you're eligible for any of these programs, you can apply through Express Entry for the Provincial Nominee Program, which can help expedite your application.
The Express Entry Process
The Express Entry process involves the following steps:
Find out if you're eligible: Answer a few questions to determine if you meet the minimum requirements of the Express Entry programs.
Check your score: If eligible, your profile will be ranked in the Express Entry pool using the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS), a points-based system used to assess and rank your profile.
Get your documents ready: Prepare necessary documents such as language test results and others, which may take some time to procure.
Fill out your profile: Provide your information in the Express Entry profile. If eligible, you'll be accepted into the candidate pool and assigned a CRS score.
Get an invitation and apply: The candidates with the highest scores in the pool receive invitations to apply for permanent residence. After receiving an invitation, you'll have 60 days to submit your application.
Preparing Your Documents
You don't need to upload any documents to submit a profile, but you might need some documents for information purposes. These include a passport or travel document, language test results, proof of Canadian education or an educational credential assessment report for immigration purposes, a provincial nomination (if you have one), a written job offer from an employer in Canada (if you have one), proof of work experience, a certificate of qualification in a trade occupation issued by a Canadian province or territory (if you have one), and proof of funds.
Submitting Your Profile
If eligible, you'll be directed to fill out an Express Entry profile online. You have 60 days to complete and submit this profile. Once it's submitted, your eligibility for the various Express Entry programs will be determined based on the information you provided.
Please note that completing an online Express Entry profile or entering the pool doesn't guarantee that you'll be invited to apply for permanent residence.