How to move Canada via Express Entry?

How to move Canada via Express Entry?
Canada is country that extensively support prospective immigrants who have the right set of skills and an ability to contribute to the Canadian economy. In an effort to offer all the deserving skilled individuals an expedited pathway, IRCC had introduced the Federal Express Entry System in the year January 2015. Since then, the Express Entry has become one of the fastest PR pathway for skilled foreign workers who wish to start a new life in Canada with their spouse and dependent children. Under Express Entry system, the Immigration, Refugee, Citizenship Canada (IRCC) accept, manage and process permanent residence applications from skilled workers under three economic Canadian immigrationprograms, including:
  • Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
  • Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP)
  • Canadian Experience Class (CEC)

Immigrate to Canada through Express Entry

To apply for Canadian PR through Express Entry, you may follow the below-listed stepwise process: Find your eligibility To begin with, you must find your eligibility to qualify for any one of three programs managed under Express Entry by understanding the key requirements for each program and then taking a free profile assessment to choose the most suitable one. Gather required documents Gathering the supporting documents well in-advance is one of the key steps. You need approved language test result, identity and birth proof, educational and work experience documents, etc. You need these documents to qualify to enter the Express Entry pool of candidates by meeting minimum eligibility criteria. Submit an Express Entry profile Once you create an EE profile and submit the information about yourself to the IRCC (Immigration, Refugee, Citizenship Canada), the IRCC will accept you into the pool, where you will be assessed based on different factors. After detailed profile evaluation, the IRCC award a score out of 1200 and a rank to each and every profile using an efficient points-based selections system, called Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS). Refer the table for better understanding:
Core (Maximum 600 CRS points) Additional (Maximum 600 CRS points)
Skills and experience factors Canadian degrees, diplomas or certificates
Spouse or common-law partner factors, such as their language skills and education a valid job offer
Skills transferability, including education and work experience a nomination from a province or territory
  a brother or sister living in Canada who is a citizen or permanent resident
  strong French language skills
Your Core points + Additional points = your total score out of 1200
Step 4: Receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for Canadian PR If you are placed among highest ranking applicants in the Express Entry pool, the IRCC will issue an ITA to you in an upcoming EE invitation round. with an ITA, you qualify to submit your final and complete eAPR, i.e. electronic Application for Permanent Residence along with required Canada PR documents and application within 60 days from obtaining your invitation. To find whether you are eligible to apply for Canadian PR visa via Express Entry, you may take free profile assessment, online. Or, you may contact our team of visa and immigration advisors directly on a Toll-Free No. 78-18-000-777 and seek expert guidance.