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PERMANENT STATUS IN CANADA
1.The Express Entry system creates a pool of pre-assessed candidates that may be eligible to immigrate to Canada. Candidates get points based on a number of criteria, and the highest ranking candidates in the pool are invited to apply to immigrate to Canada.
There are different requirements to get into the pool and to be chosen from it. You must meet all the entry criteria to get into the pool. To be chosen from the pool, you must have one of the highest-ranking scores (see below) when there is a round of invitations.
Pool entry criteria
To get into the Express Entry pool, you will need to meet the criteria of one of the federal immigration programs subject to Express Entry:
· the Federal Skilled Trades Program, or
· the Canadian Experience Class.
You can read about the criteria of any of these programs at the above links. Or, you can use our online tool, Come to Canada, to see if you might meet the criteria to get into the Express Entry pool.
Comprehensive Ranking System
The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) is a points-based system that is used to assess and score a candidate’s profile to rank them in the Express Entry pool.
The CRS will assess the profile information you submit, including:
· work experience,
· language ability,
· education and other factors.
We have found these factors all play a role in economic success for immigrants once in Canada. You can get additional points if you have a job offer or a nomination by one of Canada’s provinces or territories.
IRCC regularly sends an invitations to apply to the highest ranking candidates in the pool. If you are invited, you can apply to immigrate as a permanent resident.
Comprehensive Ranking System formula
All Express Entry candidates are given a score out of 1,200, based on the four parts of the Comprehensive Ranking System formula:
· Skills and experience factors (that we know are key to economic success for immigrants once in Canada)
· Spouse or common-law partner factors (such as their language skills and education – these are known to result in better economic success for both the spouse or common-law partner and the candidate)
· Skills transferability (including education and work experience – factors that when combined, result in better chances of being employed, and higher earnings)
· Additional points for those with a nomination from a province or territory, a valid job offer or a Canadian degree, diploma or certificate.
Canadian citizens or Canadian permanent residents who reside in Canada are currently eligible to sponsor for admission to Canada the following persons:
· their Spouses, Common Law or Conjugal Partners 16 years or older
· their dependant children as defined in the Immigration Regulations
· their mother and father and any accompanying dependant children as defined in the Immigration Regulations UNDER SUSPENSION UNTIL JAN 2018
· their grandparent(s) UNDER SUSPENSION UNTIL JAN 2018
· brothers, sisters, nephews, nieces or grandchildren who are orphans; under the age of 18 and not married or in a common-law relationship
PLEASE NOTE: Canadian citizens, residing abroad, might also be eligible to sponsor their spouses and dependant children for as long as they can prove to Citizenship and Immigration Canada officials that it is their intention to return to Canada to settle in the country, permanently, upon the issuance of the immigrant visa(s) to the dependant(s) that they are sponsoring. The filing of a Sponsorship Application, Sponsorship Agreement and Financial Evaluation Form along with Application for Permanent Residence of the person being sponsored with a designated Case Processing Centre in Canada are the first steps in the sponsorship process. Once the sponsorship has been approved the designated Case Processing Centre in Canada sends the application to Visa post abroad and he/she must meet statutory requirements.
3.International Experience Canada (IEC) provides youth with the opportunity to travel and work in Canada.
· your country of citizenship must have an agreement with Canada that allows you to apply for an IEC work permit, or
· you may be able to use a Recognized Organization.
Depending on where you are from, you can choose from up to three travel and work experiences:
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