On January 2015, Canada will launch a Permanent Residents Visa program that would allow applicants to get a Job and become a Permanent Resident Visa at the same time. Citizenship and Immigration Canada aims to process an application for this program within 6 months. To find out how click read more...
Here is an easy illustration of how the program will be processed.
Two step process
Fill out your Express Entry profile by Registering with Job Bank of Canada Website and be accepted into the Express Entry Pool
The applicants of this program will be ranked against each other. Those ranked the highest will be able to move on to the next stage. Applicants must know how their applications fair against the criteria set for this program.
They must also know how they can illustrate that they are not only qualified but have high points to increase their chances of being selected for the program.
Receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA)
Apply for permanent residence online
Applicants must make sure their application is complete (must have completed the documents required for the program) before they apply because they will only have two months to comply with their requirements once they are given an Invitation to apply - ITA.
How to make the Express Entry work for you.
Applicants must have a good understanding of the program to increase their chances of being selected. Remember that they will have a lot of competition since a lot of people all over the world will apply for the Express Entry program.
Applicants must plan ahead before they apply for this program and not waste time by starting to complete documents that will prove their credentials right away, which includes but not limited to experience, age, education, english proficiency, education credentials assessment, ect.
The key to this application is being able to make ones application attractive to an employer or the provinces or territories of Canada. So that they will get a Job offer or be Nominated which will lead to getting an Invitation to apply.
To increase the chances of either instances from happening, an applicant must know what an employer expects or looks for from a foreign worker, must be able to have their documents and verified as well as find out how they can be nominated by a province or territory.
Those who can promote their profiles to an employer effectively will have better chances than other applicants.
Canadian Visa programs are known to change all the time, only applicants who makes themselves ready to file for an opportunity all the time will be able to take advantage of this fast and easy programs.
Only those who are serious with their plans for a better life will be able to get a Visa.
Learn your options! Act now!
Other than the Express Entry there are other programs you may qualify to. Send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or click on the online assessment button at the upper right corner of this blog.
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On January 2015 Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) will open a new electronic system to manage permanent resident Visa applications for some of their economic programs called the "Express Entry".
Through this program, the government of Canada will be able to actively recruit, assess and select new immigrants.
This program will be applicable to those who will apply for the Federal Skilled Worker program, the Federal Skilled Trades program, the Canadian Experience Class and some of the Provincial Nominee program.
There are two steps in applying for the Express Entry.
1) Potential candidates complete an online Express Entry profile
Potential candidates must make an online Express Entry profile where they will provide information about their skills, work experience, language ability, education and other details about themselves. Those who will qualify in the criteria set, will be placed in a pool of candidates. Candidates who apply will be assessed and ranked against each other. Only those who are ranked the highest-who can prove that they will become economically stable in Canada and those with qualified offers of employment or those nominated under the participating Provincial Nominee programs will be given an invitation to apply for Permanent Resident Visa in Canada.
If an applicant does not have a valid job offer or a nomination from a particular province or territory, he or she can register in the Government of Canada's Job Bank which will connect him or her to eligible Canadian Employer.
Step 2) Citizenship and Immigration Canada will invite certain candidates to apply for permanent residence and process their applications within six months.
Only those who are ranked the highest in the pool of Candidates will be given an invitation to apply.
Those with a valid job offer or are nominated by a province or territory will be given the highest ranking.
Candidates will have 60 days to submit an application for permanent residence through one of the following programs:
Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP);
Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP);
Canadian Experience Class (CEC); or,
A portion of the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)
Under the Express Entry applicants will get their Permanent Residents Visa within 6 months or less.
*Since Candidates will only be given 60 days to apply after getting an invitation to apply, those who wish to apply for the Express Entry must make sure that they have all their application requirements ready before they send in their applications.
*Canadian Programs open and close fast, serious applicants must ready their applications right away-Right NOW!
*Applicants must be able to illustrate that they not only qualify for the program, but that they are ranked high on the pool of applicants so that they will be given an Invitation to apply - ITA which will be the one needed to apply for a Permanents Residents Visa for Canada.
To find out if you have what it takes to get a Permanent Residents Visa to Canada, you can send your resume to email@example.com or click the online assessment button at the upper right corner of this blog.