Express Entry isn’t a migration program in itself, it is an online framework made to deal with Canada’s immigration application intake.
Express Entry is a competitive immigration program that allows people around the world to immigrate to Canada within just a few months. It is a pathway developed to allow Canada to meet its future labor market needs in order to maintain long-term economic growth. Potential applicants will need to be eligible under one of the following federal economic immigration programs:
- Federal Skilled Worker Class
- Federal Skilled Trades Class
- Canadian Experience Class
Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) is another program associated with an express entry pool through which a lot of provinces and territories recruit candidates. Applicants are required to qualify under one of the three federal programs in order to enter the Express Entry pool.
All these factors play a major role in the 100-point grid used to assess eligibility for the Federal Skilled Worker Program. Your points will be decided on the basis of your performance in each of the 6 factors.
Min. Points Required is 67.
Advantages of the Express Entry System:
One plus point of this movement program is its transparency. Candidates will realize the CRS marks they should score to be qualified for the Invitation to Apply (ITA) for permanent residence.
Competitors will know about the minimum score they have to get to qualify for the ITA, if they don’t make the qualifying points, they can generally put more attempts to improve their CRS score or think about different CRS choices.
They can qualify by improving their language test results, or gaining extra work experience.
You can apply through the express entry during any time of the year and it will be valid for a complete year however few provinces do issue nominations during a certain times of the year, which may play a hand in your case.
Express entry program’s timelines are based on an individual's credentials and skills, the timelines can vary from 6 months to over a year depending on the individual's profile and adaptability.
Consultancies are represented and or owned by members who are registered with immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) make sure you check the representative has a proper license in the council before signing up.