I am not eligible for Express Entry. А по тесту — eligible. Канада


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Determine if You’re Eligible for Express Entry to Canada

Are you eligible? Determining whether you can apply under the Express Entry System can be confusing, but here are some of the basics.

According to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC), Express Entry is a system put in place to “manage applications for permanent residence under these federal economic immigration programs.” These economic immigration programs include the Federal Skilled Workers Program, the Federal Skilled Trades Program, and the Canada Experience Class.

Requirements for eligibility vary depending on the class you wish to apply under, though for all programs you must be legally admissible to Canada and be intending to live in a province or territory other than Quebec. Candidates also have to achieve a minimum score on the Comprehensive Ranking System. Points can be scored based on age, education, language ability, certifications, and Canadian and non-Canadian work experience.

Here are some of the major requirements for each of the three economic programs:

Federal Skilled Workers Program

As CIC explains, if you’re hoping to become a permanent resident through the Federal Skilled Workers Program, you must first meet the minimum requirements for work experience, language ability, and education.

Work experience must be a year of full-time or equivalent part-time paid work in the same job within the last 10 years, and the job must be of skill type 0 or skill levels A or B of the 2011 National Occupational Classification. The language requirements include proof of Canadian Language Benchmark 7 in the form of CIC-approved language test results from within the last two years. For education, applicants need either a Canadian secondary (high school) or post-secondary certificate, diploma or degree, or a completed foreign credential and an assessment of that credential from a CIC-approved agency that shows that the completed education is equivalent to a comparable Canadian credential.

Applications are also assessed based on federal skilled worker points. CIC will assign points based on the following factors:

  • skills in English and/or French
  • education
  • work experience
  • age
  • presence/absence of a valid job offer, and
  • the applicant’s perceived adaptability to live in Canada.

Furthermore, applicants need to be able to prove that they have sufficient funds to support themselves and their family, unless they can already legally work in or have a valid job offer from an employer in Canada.

Federal Skilled Trades Program

According to Citizenship and Immigration Canada, skilled workers must fulfill minimum work experience and language ability requirements.

Work experience must include at least two years of full-time work experience (or equivalent part-time work experience) within the last five years in a skilled trade. Applicants must also show that they have experience performing the duties for an eligible skilled trade outlined by the National Occupation Classification (NOC) in Major Group 72, 72, 82, or 92, or Minor Group 632 or 633.

Language ability scores can be lower than those for the skilled workers program: Canadian Language Benchmark 5 for speaking and listening, and Canadian Language Benchmark 4 for reading and writing. Satisfactory results from a CIC-approved language test are also required.

Applicants must also have either an offer of full-time employment for a full year minimum or be certified in their skilled trade by a Canadian provincial or territorial authority. Individual provinces /territories have specific requirements regarding trades qualifications and the process for assessment, so finding out how the program works in the province/territory where you wish to live is important.

Canada Experience Class

To be eligible under the Canada Experience Class, CIC specifies that you must meet the minimum work experience and language ability requirements.

Minimum work experience is 12 months of skilled work experience (or equivalent part-time) in Canada, with the proper authorisation, within the three years prior to applying for CEC. This work must fit the requirements of the National Occupation Classification for one of the following: managerial jobs (NOC skill level 0), professional jobs (NOC skill type A), or technical jobs and skilled trades (NOC skill type B). The applicant must also be able to demonstrate that their work experience includes having fulfilled the duties detailed by the NOC.

Minimum language levels are Canadian Language Benchmark 7 for NOC 0 or A jobs or Canadian Language Benchmark 5 for NOC B jobs, with results proven by a CIC-approved language test.

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Language test equivalency CLB charts | IELTS, TEF, CELPIP

If you want to qualify for Express Entry, then you must first qualify for one of the economic programs such as Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), Canadian Experience Class (CEC) or Federal Skilled Trades Program (. Your language score must meet the threshold of any of those programs you are trying to qualify for.

CEC has two thresholds: CLB7 for skill types 0 and A. CLB6 for skill type B.
FSWP’s threshold is CLB7
FSTP under CLB: L: 5, R: 3.5, W: 4, S: 5

CLB Chart – Equivalencies between the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLBs) (for English), the Niveaux de compétence linguistique canadiens (for French), and the results of language tests from designated testing organizations have been established and are summarized in the following tables.

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Post by Dhavalkuhadiya » Thu Nov 03, 2020 7:35 pm

I have submitted my express entry profile yesterday , and eligibility check was OK, and submitted with all the information.
I know it does say that wait till 24 hours to see scores .

But 24 hours I have got today update email saying check account for new update and it says I am not eligible, because ,

Ielts is not valid, score is low, too old more than two years old.
Not enough work experience
Not enough study related to work
And not enough fund .

All above are wrong as I have 6.5 ielts overall and have more than 6 years experience, and done msc in network systems, and have enough funds as well

Как работает Express Entry?

Современная Канада является одним из наиболее востребованных направлений для иммиграции со всех уголков нашей планеты. Высокий уровень жизни, значительный потенциал для экономического развития и низкий уровень преступности притягивают сюда сотни тысяч новых жителей ежегодно. Тем не менее, для успешной иммиграции в Канаду, следует каким-то образом уведомить потенциальных канадских работодателей о своем существовании и о своих возможностях. Именно для этого и существует канадская государственная система предварительного отбора кандидатов Express Entry .

В чем основной смысл системы Express Entry

Многие люди, желающие попасть в Канаду, считают Express Entry одной из иммиграционных программ этой страны. Однако это не так. На самом деле речь идет скорее об определенной базе данных специалистов, которые могут являться потенциальными иммигрантами в Канаду. При этом, в эту базу попадают только те люди, которые соответствуют определенным требованиям. Таким как, например, знание английского или французского языка на определенном уровне. Таким образом, система Express Entry является фильтром, отсеивающим всех тех, кто, по той или иной причине, не может претендовать на постоянное место жительства в Канаде.

Люди, которые заинтересованы в переезде в Канаду, чтобы жить и работать в этой стране на постоянной основе и которые отвечают критериям отбора, могут выразить свою заинтересованность, создав профиль в системе Express Entry . При этом, они могут претендовать на переезд в эту страну в том числе и по таким программам:

Federal Skilled Worker

Canadian Experience Class

Federal Skilled Trades

Кроме того, участие в базе Express Entry позволяет успешно попасть в Канаду через одну из провинциальных иммиграционных программ (Provincial Immigration Programs) . В любом случае, кандидат, которому удалось создать профиль в этой базе, будет оценен так называемой Всеобъемлющей системы ранжирования (Comprehensive Ranking System, CRS) . Те, у кого количество баллов будет достаточным, могут быть приглашены в Канаду, как государственными органами, так и конкретными компаниями.

Что нужно, чтобы зарегистрироваться в системе Express Entry

Прежде всего перед началом процедуры регистрации на официальном сайте Express Entry , следует сделать три предварительных шага:

Сдать тест на владение, в достаточной мере, английским (IELTS General) или французским языком. При этом уровень владения языком должен удовлетворять требованиям хотя бы одной из иммиграционных программ, которые используют данные системы.

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Необходимо получить подтверждение соответствия иностранного образования завершенному канадскому образованию, по выбранному направлению (исключение — когда ваше высшее образование получено в Канаде)

Определить категорию вашей профессии, используя Национальный классификатор профессий (National Occupational Classification, NOC) . Это можно сделать на соответствующей странице сайта канадского федерального правительства.

Все это будет необходимо при заполнении профиля соискателя в системе Express Entry . Также перед заполнением профиля стоит пройти специальный тест, который дает возможность за несколько минут оценить шансы соискателя на получение приемлемого рейтинга в системе предварительного отбора. В случае хороших результатов теста, система пригласит соискателя начать заполнение профиля в системе ( EE Profile ) . При этом, с помощью полученного цифрового кода, можно будет значительно упростить процедуру заполнения полей в профиле.

Для их заполнения могут понадобиться такие данные :

Данные документа, удостоверяющего личность (паспорт или заграничный паспорт)

Документ о результатах языкового теста (английский или французский языки)

Документ о соответствии образования канадскому завершенному образованию (Education Credential Assessment)

Копия контракта с канадским работодателем (в случае наличия такого)

Копия номинации по одной из провинциальных программ (если такой факт имеет место)

Код полученный, при прохождении специального тест а .

После регистрации, на основе введенных документов, система произведет подсчет баллов конкретного соискателя. Чем больше баллов, тем выше шансы соискателя на получение права на постоянное место жительства ( Permanent Resident ) . Стоит заметить, что срок заполнения профиля ограничен. Сегодня он составляет 60 дней. Если в профиль не будут внесены все данные – регистрация не состоится и придется все начинать сначала. С другой стороны, при успешной регистрации и высоком количестве баллов, соискатель может надеяться получить приглашение (Invitation to Apply, ITA) .

Каким образом можно повысить свой балл в системе Express Entry

Стоит заметить, что количество людей, зарегистрированных в системе потенциально неограниченно. А вот реально иммигрируют в Канаду, в 2020 году, только около 300 тысяч специалистов. Преимущество получат люди, которые набрали наибольшее количество баллов Всеобъемлющей системы ранжирования (Comprehensive Ranking System, CRS) .

Конечно же, всех соискателей интересует, каким образом можно набрать максимально большое количество баллов в этой системе. Есть несколько способов сделать это. Например, наличие действительного рабочего контракта с работодателем из Канады сразу добавляет соискателю от 50 до 200 баллов CRS в зависимости от того по какому NOC у соискателя приглашение . А если соискатель был номинирован одной из провинциальных программ, то такой факт добавляет целых 600 баллов CRS .

Еще одним способом увеличить шансы на иммиграцию в Канаду через Express Entry является хорошее знание второго языка. Например, имея хорошие показатели владения английским языком ( IELTS ), можно также предъявить сертификат о хорошем владении французским языком ( TEF ). Знание обоих государственных языков Канады на приемлемом уровне дает значительные преимущества при отборе потенциальных иммигрантов.


Таким образом, с помощью системы Express Entry , канадское правительство обеспечивает наличие базы данных потенциальных иммигрантов, которые не только хотели бы выехать в Канаду, но и являются достаточно полезными для развития канадской экономики. А с точки зрения потенциальных иммигрантов в Канаду, Express Entry является превосходной возможностью заявить о себе и своих способностях всем заинтересованным инстанциям в Канаде.

Canada Express Entry Eligibility

Express Entry Canada eligibility is determined using a unique point-based system called the Express Entry Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS). The Canada Express Entry CRS is designed to identify potential immigrants that are likely to succeed economically once living in Canada. To do so effectively, the Express Entry CRS awards points for factors that Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) have found to correlate positively with future economic success for new immigrants to Canada. These Canadian Express Entry eligibilty factors include age, level of education, French or English language proficency, as well as previous work experience in Canada.

Anyone who meets the requirements of the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Canadian Experience Class or Federal Skilled Trades Program is eligible to create an Express Entry profile. There is no minimum score for Canada Express Entry eligibility. Only prospective immigrants with enough Express Entry points will be invited to apply for Canadian permanent residency, however. To help determine your Express Entry eligibility score, we have provided the detailed Comprehensive Ranking System formula below. Once you have calculated how many Express Entry points you are eligible for, you can compare this number to the minimum CRS points required from the latest Canada Express Entry draw. If your Express Entry CRS points score is near or above the minimum required points from the latest draw, you are likely a very competitive candidate. If your Express Entry score is significantly below the minimum cutoff score from previous draws, however, your chances of receiving an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for permanent residency in Canada may be weak.

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Age (maximum 110 points)

Canadian immigration candidates entering the Express Entry pool without a spouse or common-law partner are eligible for up to 110 points under this criterion of the Express Entry Comprehensive Ranking System. Candidates with a spouse or common-law partner are eligible for up to 100 points. Canada prefers young immigrants, and prospective candidates in their twenties receive the most points under this eligibility factor. Potential immigrants who are 45 years of age or older do not receive any Express Entry CRS points for their age.

Express Entry Age Points Grid (no spouse):

  • Under 18 years of age — 0 points
  • 18 years old — 99 points
  • 19 years old — 105 points
  • 20 to 29 years old — 110 points
  • 30 years old — 105 points
  • 31 years old — 99 points
  • 32 years old — 94 points
  • 33 years old — 88 points
  • 34 years old — 83 points
  • 35 years old — 77 points
  • 36 years old — 72 points
  • 37 years old — 66 points
  • 38 years old — 61 points
  • 39 years old — 55 points
  • 40 years old — 50 points
  • 41 years old — 39 points
  • 42 years old — 28 points
  • 43 years old — 17 points
  • 44 years old — 6 points
  • 45+ years of age — 0 points

Express Entry Age Points Grid (with a spouse):

  • Under 18 years of age — 0 points
  • 18 years old — 90 points
  • 19 years old — 95 points
  • 20 to 29 years old — 100 points
  • 30 years old — 95 points
  • 31 years old — 90 points
  • 32 years old — 85 points
  • 33 years old — 80 points
  • 34 years old — 75 points
  • 35 years old — 70 points
  • 36 years old — 65 points
  • 37 years old — 60 points
  • 38 years old — 55 points
  • 39 years old — 50 points
  • 40 years old — 45 points
  • 41 years old — 35 points
  • 42 years old — 25 points
  • 43 years old — 15 points
  • 44 years old — 5 points
  • 45+ years of age — 0 points

Level of Education (maximum 150 points)

Canada is very interested in attracting highly educated immigrants. This Canada Express Entry eligibility factor rewards prospective immigrants who have excellent educational qualifications. Well educated immigrants that do not have a spouse or common-law partner can be awarded as many as 150 points under this component. Express Entry candidates interested in immigrating to Canada with a spouse or common-law partner can obtain up to 140 points. Candidates who have not graduated from high school receive zero Express Entry points under this section.

Express Entry Education Points Grid (no spouse):

  • Less than high school (secondary school) — 0 points
  • High school diploma (secondary school graduation) — 30 points
  • 1-year diploma from college, university, technical or trade school — 90 points
  • 2-year diploma from college, university, technical or trade school — 98 points
  • Bachelor’s degree or 3-year diploma from college, university, technical or trade school — 120 points
  • More than one degree, certificate or diploma (one must be for a 3-year or longer program) — 128 points
  • Master’s degree — 135 points
  • Professional degree in dentistry, medicine, law, optometry, pharmacy, veterinary medicine or chiropractic medicine — 135 points
  • Doctorate (PhD) — 150 points

Express Entry Education Points Grid (with a spouse):

  • Less than high school (secondary school) — 0 points
  • High school diploma (secondary school graduation) — 28 points
  • 1-year diploma from college, university, technical or trade school — 84 points
  • 2-year diploma from college, university, technical or trade school — 91 points
  • Bachelor’s degree or 3-year diploma from college, university, technical or trade school — 112 points
  • More than one degree, certificate or diploma (one must be for a 3-year or longer program) — 119 points
  • Master’s degree — 126 points
  • Professional degree in dentistry, medicine, law, optometry, pharmacy, veterinary medicine or chiropractic medicine — 126 points
  • Doctorate (PhD) — 140 points

Language Proficiency (maximum 160 points)

When determining Express Entry eligibility, the ability to communicate in one of Canada’s official languages is important. English proficiency and French proficiency are determined according to four abilities: speaking, listening, reading and writing. Each of these abilities is equally weighted under the Canada Express Entry eligibility formula. Express Entry applicants without a spouse or common-law partner are awarded up to 34 points for each first language ability, for a total of 136 points (34 x 4). Applicants with a spouse can get up to 32 points per first language ability, for a total of 128 points (32 x 4). For both types of applicants, each of these language abilities is worth up to 6 points as a second language for a total of 24 points (6 x 4). This means it is possible to be awarded up to 160 points (136 + 24) under this Express Entry eligibility factor as a prospective immigrant without a spouse, while candidates with a partner are eligible for up to 150 points.

Express Entry First Language Proficiency Points Grid (no spouse):

  • CLB 1 to 3 — 0 points
  • CLB 4 — 6 points
  • CLB 5 — 6 points
  • CLB 6 — 9 points
  • CLB 7 — 17 points
  • CLB 8 — 23 points
  • CLB 9 — 31 points
  • CLB 10+ — 34 points

Express Entry First Language Proficiency Points Grid (with a spouse):

  • CLB 1 to 3 — 0 points
  • CLB 4 — 6 points
  • CLB 5 — 6 points
  • CLB 6 — 8 points
  • CLB 7 — 16 points
  • CLB 8 — 22 points
  • CLB 9 — 29 points
  • CLB 10+ — 32 points

Express Entry Second Language Proficiency Points Grid:

  • CLB 1 to 3 — 0 points
  • CLB 4 — 0 points
  • CLB 5 — 1 point
  • CLB 6 — 1 points
  • CLB 7 — 3 points
  • CLB 8 — 3 points
  • CLB 9 — 6 points
  • CLB 10+ — 6 points

Canadian Work Experience (maximum 80 points)

Previous work experience in Canada can increase the probability of a new immigrant succeeding in their career, and is consequently an important factor when calculating Canada Express Entry eligibility. Applicants with a spouse or common-law partner are eligible for up to 70 points for this Comprehensive Ranking System component, while those with no spouse or partner are eligible for as many as 80 points.

Express Entry Canada Work Experience Points Grid (no spouse):

  • None — 0 points
  • Less than one year — 0 points
  • One year — 40 points
  • Two years — 53 points
  • Three years — 64 points
  • Four years — 72 points
  • Five years or more — 80 points

Express Entry Canada Work Experience Points Grid (with a spouse):

  • None — 0 points
  • Less than one year — 0 points
  • One year — 35 points
  • Two years — 46 points
  • Three years — 56 points
  • Four years — 63 points
  • Five years or more — 70 points

Level of Education of Spouse or Common-Law Partner (maximum 10 points)

In many of the previous Canada Express Entry eligibility components, applicants without a spouse or common-law partner were eligible for more points. This is because candidates that are applying for Express Entry with a spouse are awarded points specifically for their spouse’s attributes. A spouse’s educational qualifications is one of these measured factors, and applicants with highly educated spouses can be awarded up to 10 points under the Canadian Express Entry CRS sector.

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Express Entry Spouse’s Education Points Grid:

  • Less than high school (secondary school) — 0 points
  • High school diploma (secondary school graduation) — 2 points
  • 1-year diploma from college, university, technical or trade school — 6 points
  • 2-year diploma from college, university, technical or trade school — 7 points
  • Bachelor’s degree or 3-year diploma from college, university, technical or trade school — 8 points
  • More than one degree, certificate or diploma (one must be for a 3-year or longer program) — 9 points
  • Master’s degree — 10 points
  • Professional degree in dentistry, medicine, law, optometry, pharmacy, veterinary medicine or chiropractic medicine — 10 points
  • Doctorate (PhD) — 10 points

Language Proficiency of Spouse or Common-Law Partner (maximum 20 points)

There is a positive correlation between the ability of a new immigrant to speak one of Canada’s official languages and their future level of integration into Canadian society. Since prospective immigrants than can communicate in English or French or more likely to successfully integrate and adapt once living here, it is clear why language profiency is the largest Express Entry Canada eligibility component for spouses. Candidates applying for express immigration to Canada with a spouse or common-law partner that can read, write, speak or listen effectively in either English or French can gain up to 5 points for each ability for a total of 20 points.

Express Entry Spouse’s Language Proficiency Points Grid:

  • CLB 1 to 3 — 0 points
  • CLB 4 — 0 points
  • CLB 5 — 1 points
  • CLB 6 — 1 points
  • CLB 7 — 3 points
  • CLB 8 — 3 points
  • CLB 9 — 5 points
  • CLB 10+ — 5 points

Canadian Work Experience of Spouse or Common-Law Partner (maximum 10 points)

Work experience in Canada is a key factor when determing Express Entry eligibility, and a spouse’s job experience in the country helps as well. Express Entry Canada applicants with a husband or wife or common-law spouse that has eligible Canadian work experience can gain as many as 10 points under this CRS category.

Express Entry Spouse’s Canada Work Experience Points Grid:

  • None — 0 points
  • Less than one year — 0 points
  • One year — 5 points
  • Two years — 7 points
  • Three years — 8 points
  • Four years — 9 points
  • Five years or more — 10 points

Skill Transferability (maximum 100 points)

The Canada Express Entry eligility score of applicants with skills that transfer well into Canadian society can gain up to 100 points under this category. There are a variety of options available under this Express Entry CRS component, each worth as much as 50 points, but the Express Entry skill transferability factor is firmly capped at 100 eligibilty points.

Education and Language Proficiency Points Grid (maximum 50 points):

  • Secondary school program credential or less with all language abilities — 0 points
  • Post-secondary credential (minimum of 1 year) with all first official language abilities CLB 7 or higher — 13 points
  • Post-secondary credential (minimum of 1 year) with all first official language abilities CLB 9 or higher — 25 points
  • 2+ post-secondary credentials (one being a minimum of 3 years) with all first official language abilities CLB 7 or higher — 25 points
  • 2+ post-secondary credentials (one being a minimum of 3 years) with all first official language abilities CLB 9 or higher — 50 points

Education and Canadian Work Experience Points Grid (maximum 50 points):

  • Secondary school program credential or less with all Canadian work experience — 0 points
  • Post-secondary credential (minimum of 1 year) with 1 year of Canadian work experience — 13 points
  • Post-secondary credential (minimum of 1 year) with 2 years or more of Canadian work experience — 25 points
  • 2+ post-secondary credentials (one being a minimum of 3 years) with 1 year of Canadian work experience — 25 points
  • 2+ post-secondary credentials (one being a minimum of 3 years) with 2 years or more of Canadian work experience — 50 points

Foreign Work Experience and Language Proficiency Points Grid (maximum 50 points):

  • No foreign work experience with all language abilities — 0 points
  • 12 or 24 months of foreign work experience with all first official language abilities CLB 7 or higher — 13 points
  • 12 or 24 months of foreign work experience with all first official language abilities CLB 9 or higher — 25 points
  • 36+ months of foreign work experience with all first official language abilities CLB 7 or higher — 25 points
  • 36+ months of foreign work experience with all first official language abilities CLB 9 or higher — 50 points

Foreign Work Experience and Canadian Work Experience Points Grid (maximum 50 points):

  • No foreign work experience with all Canadian work experience — 0 points
  • 12 or 24 months of foreign work experience with 1 year of Canadian work experience — 13 points
  • 12 or 24 months of foreign work experience with 2 years or more of Canadian work experience — 25 points
  • 36+ months of foreign work experience with 1 year of Canadian work experience — 25 points
  • 36+ months of foreign work experience with 2 years or more of Canadian work experience — 50 points

Certificate of Trade Qualification and Language Proficiency Points Grid (maximum 50 points):

  • No certificate of qualification with all language abilities — 0 points
  • Certificate of qualification in trade occupation with all first official language abilities CLB 5 or higher — 25 points
  • Certificate of qualification in trade occupation with all first official language abilities CLB 7 or higher — 50 points

Additional Factors (maximum 600 points)

Candidates for immigration to Canada who are entering the Express Entry pool can gain a significant increase to their total CRS score by being nominated by a Canada Provincial Nominee Program, receiving a qualifying arranged job offer or having graduated from a post-secondary educational institution in Canada. This Express Entry Canada eligibility component awards candidates for Canadian immigration a maximum of 600 points, so a provincial nomination and a qualified job offer or Canadian diploma can never be combined for a CRS increase of more than 600 points.

Other Factors Points Grid:

  • Canadian Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) nomination — 600 points
  • Qualifying employment offer (NOC 00) — 200 points
  • Qualifying employment offer (NOC A, NOC B, or any other NOC 0) — 50 points
  • Canadian post-secondary educational credential (1 to 2 years) — 15 points
  • Canadian post-secondary educational credential (3+ years) — 30 points

In order to obtain an Express Entry Canada eligibility score above 600 points, candidates need a provincial nomination, an appropriate job offer or a Canadian education. Changes made to the Express Entry ranking system in November 2020 reduced the number of points awarded for job offers with a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). Previously, LMIA supported employment offers could award a candidate with an additional 600 points, and almost half the Express Entry candidates who receive an ITA for PR in 2015 had an LMIA-based qualified employment arrangement. Points for an eligible college degree or certificate were also added to the Express Entry ranking critieria during this update.

In 2020, employment offers for jobs that are considered National Occupational Classification (NOC) 00 now award 200 Express Entry Comprehensive Ranking System points. These management positions are: Legislators (NOC 0011), Senior government managers and officials (NOC 0012), Senior managers in financial, communications and other business services (NOC 0013), Senior managers in health, education, social and community services and membership organizations (NOC 0014), Senior managers in trade, broadcasting and other services (NOC 0015), and Senior managers in construction, transportation, production and utilities (NOC 0016). Other skill type 0 occupations, along with skill type A professional jobs and skill type B technical and skilled jobs now award 50 Canadian Express Entry eligibility points.

Under new Express Entry regulations, all qualifying job offers no longer require a positive LMIA. Foreign nationals who have been working in Canada for at least one year on an employer specific LMIA-exempt work permit may now be eligible for job offer points under the Express Entry CRS. North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) professionals, Mobilité Francophone participants and intra-company transferees are examples of LMIA-exempt work permit holders who can obtain Express Entry points if given an eligible job offer by their current employer. Eligibility for additional Express Entry points is also possible for people with Canadian work permits issued by a province or territory or as a «significant benefit to Canada.» Express Entry eligibility rules now only require an employment offer to be for a minimum of one year starting on the day the individual becomes a Canadian permanent resident.

The British Columbia PNP, Alberta PNP, and Ontario PNP are three of the most popular provincial nominee programs in the country. If you are interested in a provincial nomination, Canada PNP programs can be contacted either directly or through the online Express Entry system. To stay up-to-date on Express Entry 2020 changes that can affect your eligibility to receive an ITA, please return to this page regularly.

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Для иммиграции в Канаду по одной из трех федеральных программ кандидатам необходимо завести свой профиль в государственной системе Express Entry. Для того, чтобы создать профиль необходимо заранее выполнить несколько шагов о которых я расскажу.

Шаг 1. Оценка шансов

Первым делом надо определить соответствуете ли Вы минимальным требованиям хотя бы одной из программ эмиграции. Сделать это можно на официальном сайте CIC, который с момента принятия решения об эмиграции в Канаду должен служить главным источником информации (информация на сторонних сайтах может быть устаревшей). Так же полезно посчитать примерные баллы в системе Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS), которые и будут являться решающими при выборе вашей заявки из пула заявок. Подробнее о работе системы Express-Entry я опишу в отдельной статье Как работает Express Entry. Набранные баллы стоит сравнить с минимальным баллом, который был приглашен на подачу документов. Посмотреть результаты последних выборок можно так же на сайте CIC.

Для использования этих онлайн утилит нужно будет указать результаты IELTS и чтобы примерно представить себе уровень владения языком, я советую посмотреть на сводную таблицу:

Так же, необходимо представлять какой уровень образования скорее всего Вам будет присвоен при эвалюации диплома. Если Вы счастливый обладатель диплома специалиста, то скорее всего, он будет оценен как степень магистра (Masters Degree).

Шаг 2. Сдача языкового экзамена

Подготовиться и сдать IELTS экзамен на знание английского языка. Причем если Вы планируете ехать как Skilled Worker, а таких большинство, то баллы должны быть не ниже, чем 6.0 за каждую часть, а скорее всего для того, чтобы набрать нужный балл в CRS даже выше. Большинству аппликантов для получения необходимых баллов требуется сдать язык на уровень как минимум 9 уровень Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB). На сайте CIC можно найти сравнительные таблицы результатов тестов и для CLB9 результаты IELTS должны выглядеть так:

Reading 7.0 Writing 7.0 Listening 8.0 Speaking 7.0

О подготовке к IELTS и непосредственно экзамене я писала в отдельных статьях категории IELTS.

Шаг 3. Оценка образования

Всем кандидатам необходимо оценить образование, полученное за пределами Канады. Есть несколько организаций, которые оказывают услуги по эвалюации образования их список представлен на сайте CIC. Лично я рекомендую пользоваться услугами организации WES, поскольку она оценивает Российские дипломы специалиста как магистерские, что может дать заметный прирост баллов в профиле Express Entry. Описание процесса эвалюации Российского диплома в WES я так же описывала в отдельной статье.


Шаг 4. Подтверждение опыта работы

Хотя непосредственно на первом этапе создания профиля Reference Letter не нужны, они понадобятся Вам сразу же после того, как Вы будут отобраны для подачи документов. Каждый год опыта работы, указанный в профиле кандидата Express Entry, должен быть документально подтвержден. Поэтому каждому кандидату необходимо собрать документы, подтверждающие опыт работы. Это должны быть Reference Letter от работодателей, но в случае невозможности получения таких писем существуют обходные пути, описанные в статье про подтверждение опыта работы. Описание Reference letter можно найти на сайте CIC:

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Однако перед тем, как начинать собирать доказательства своей трудовой деятельности стоит предварительно соотнести свою профессию с Канадским классификатором профессий NOC. Сделать это можно, конечно же, на сайте CIC поиском по ключевым словам, например должности, обязанностям. Выбор NOC по которой вы подаетесь ответственное дело, поскольку если указанный NOC не соответствует предоставленным доказательства опыта работы, то анкета кандидата не будет принята. Потому следует внимательно относится к списку должностных обязанностей, они должны быть очень похожими на NOC. Так же NOC может быть важен для получения Номинации от Провинции. В случае, если остались сомнения в выбранном NOC можно отправить письмо на специальный почтовый ящик, где нужно описать свои должностные обязанности. По результатам письма в течении примерно 10 дней придет ответ от «The NOC Unit. Employment and Social Development Canada», которые подскажут какой NOC соответствует этим обязанностям. Мне ответили очень быстро, всего за 2 дня.

Шаг 5. Накопление достаточной суммы средств

Для иммиграции в Канаду вам будет необходимо предъявить наличие достаточных средств на счету для проживания. Необходимое количество средств разнится в зависимости от того едете ли Вы один или с семьей. На сайте CIC можно найти актуальную информацию о том, сколько средств необходимо иметь на счету. Поскольку хитрые кандидаты могут средства взять в долг или в кредит, положить на счет, предъявить и вернуть их обратно Канадское правительство требует справку из Банка за последние шесть месяцев. В случае, если средства на счету взялись из «воздуха» придется объяснять и доказывать офицеру, что эти средства легальные и не взяты в долг, например показывать доказательства продажи автомобиля, квартиры, ценных бумаг и так далее. Для того, чтобы это не стало проблемой в последние дни лучше заранее положить на свой счет или счет супруга какую-то сумму денег, которую постепенно пополнять.

Шаг 6. Подтверждение совместного проживания

Если вы собираетесь ехать в Канаду с супругом или супругой — никаких дополнительных шагов заранее предпринимать не придется. Однако, если Вы собрались в Канаду с партнером с которым вы не состоите в официальном браке, то придется доказывать факт совместного проживания в течении последнего года. Подробнее о том, какие документы надо собрать можно найти опять же на официальном сайте CIC. Это могут быть совместные счета в банке, договор об аренде квартиры где указаны оба человека и любые другие доказательства совместной жизни вплоть до фотографий с отпусков и писем от друзей, которые ручаются, что вы вот уже 10 лет как самая крепкая в мире пара. Такими доказательствами тоже стоит заняться заранее

Завершение

Конечно же шаги 1-4 можно и даже нужно выполнять одновременно.

Подготовка к IELTS редко у кого занимает менее полугода, если, конечно вы не используете английский каждый день на работе или не живете в англоязычной стране, но даже в этом случае на подготовке IELTS рекомендуется выделить пару месяцев.

Оценка образования в WES в зависимости от ситуации занимает 2-3 месяца (45 дней на проставление апостиля + 20 дней сама эвалюлация)

Сбор Reference Letter тоже может оказаться не самой простой задачей, которую не всегда удается сделать быстро.

Удачи вам в процессе подготовки, главное, что надо понимать, что начало — половина дела. Не стоит откладывать на потом подготовку к иммиграции потому, что сейчас нет денег или недостаточно опыта работы, ведь и кроме этого дел достаточно.

Part of Immigrating to Canada is Passing the IELTS Exam

Tens of thousands of people from around the world immigrate to Canada annually. Many of these people are required to pass the IELTS exam as part of their immigration process. Even foreign students attending university in Canada, are required to pass the IELTS exam as part of their enrollment and acceptance processes.

Passing the IELTS exam can seem a bit overwhelming when you first start preparing. Part of the reason people find it so challenging is that there are different minimum band scores one must attain on each of the four sections of the exam, along with a minimum overall score.

If the score you receive does not meet these requirements, you will have to retake the exam until you get a passing score. Fortunately, you are able to take the IELTS exam as many times as you need to pass it. However, you do have to pay another fee for each additional examination.

What If I Applied for Express Entry?

Canada does offer some opportunities for immigrants with Express Entry programs. These programs are designed for specific types of jobs/industry classes and include:

* Federal Skilled Worker Class

* Federal Skilled Trades Class

* Canadian Experience Class

All Express Entry applicants, even if they are immigrating from an English or French-speaking county must take the IELTS exam or the equivalent TEF (Test d’Evaluation du Francais) and pass, to be considered for Express Entry.

Depending on which program class you apply for, you will need to attain a specific IELTS score on each section of the exam. For instance, if you applied for Express Entry under the Federal Skilled Worker Class, you must get a 6 or higher on each of the four test sections (Speaking, Reading, Writing, and Listening).

On the other hand, if you applied as a Federal Skilled Trades Class, then the minimum scores are slightly different. You will require a 5 in Speaking and Listening, a 4 in Writing, and a 3.5 in Reading to pass the IELTS exam.

Please keep in mind, even with the minimum passing scores, your Express Entry application could still be denied. This is because those that score higher in their exams are given a higher priority using the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS).

For instance, two Express Entry applications took and passed the IELTS exam. The first applicant scored a 6.5 in Reading, Writing, and Speaking, and a 7.5 on Listening. The second applicant scored a 7 in Reading, Writing, and Speaking, and an 8 on Listening.

Once the scores are converted by the CRS, the first applicant has a CRS of 382 points, while the second applicant has a CRS of 464 points. As a result, the second applicant is very likely to secure their ITA (Invitation to Apply) for permanent residency.

Whether you are immigrating to Canada through the Express Entry program or other eligible options, it is essential to do your very best on your IELTS exam.

For IELTS exam prep materials, sample tests, or to find your nearest IELTS test centre location, please feel free to browse our website further or contact IELTS Canada directly.

How to know if I am eligible to immigrate to Canada?

Moving to Canada? Well, your heart must be full of excitement, curiosity, doubts, and questions, i.e.

Am I eligible for immigration to Canada?

How exactly the authorities will review my profile? Will the process be online or offline or a blend of both?

These are a few most common and obvious questions rise in your mind while planning immigration to Canada. Let’s find out the answers of all your relevant questions.

How Canada Immigration System Reviews your Profile?

Well, Canada has got the point based immigration system to allow the entry of skilled workers in the country, i.e. Express Entry System. The IRCC (Immigration, Refugee, and Citizenship Canada) assess the profile of skilled migrants applying for Canada immigration, based on their profile factors, i.e. Age, work experience, education, language proficiency, etc. factors.

Find below what is the eligibility and selection criteria, when you apply in Express Entry System.

  • Eligibility Criteria: To qualify to apply in the Express Entry immigration system of Canada under FSW (Federal Skilled Worker) category, you need to score minimum 67 points.
  • Criteria for Selection: To get selected for ITA (Invitation to apply) for visa in the Express Entry System, you require scoring higher points (CRS Score) than just the minimum points. Higher CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) score shall enhance your chances of getting the ITA for Canadian PR visa.

How to check your Eligibility for Canada Immigration?

As already discussed, the Canada has got a point based immigration system wherein, it provides the points to the each profile factor of the candidate applying for immigration. Hence, you can find out your point score or eligibility for Canada immigration via two key methods:

  • Check your eligibility via Immigration Point Calculators

You can use the Express Entry immigration point calculator of Canada to find out your eligibility status for immigration to Canada. The Express Entry point calculator is an organized points table that displays how much point you will get for your each profile factor. You may find the cumulative score to assess your eligibility status.

  • Check Your Eligibility via Free Assessment Form

The Free Assessment form is another way of checking your eligibility. All you need to do is filling up and submit the free assessment form available on Visas Avenue website, mentioning all your profile details, i.e. age, education, language proficiency, etc. Subsequently, a registered immigration expert shall review your profile and give you a call with the complete assessment report of your eligibility for Canada Immigration.

Hence, you can opt for any of the above listed methods to check your eligibility for immigration to Canada.

How to find the crucial Assistance for Immigration procedure?

If you wish to get the complete assistance and support for the immigration process for Canada, you may get in touch with the qualified and experience immigration experts at Visas Avenue Immigration.

You are sure to get support in online process, visa application filing, documentation, and dealing with authorities for your visa. Visas Avenue Immigration is a reputed Immigration advisory company in India that specializes in the immigration process of Canada.

Disclaimer: Visas Avenue does not deal in any type of job or job assistance services. Visas Avenue is not a job recruitment agent or job service provider. Visas Avenue does not offer consultancy on / overseas jobs/work permits/international or domestic placements.

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The prisoner is eligible for early release.

Этот заключённый имеет право на досрочное освобождение. ☰

I’d like to join but I’m not eligible yet.

Я бы хотела присоединиться, но пока не имею права. ☰

Who is eligible for benefit payment?

Кто имеет право на получение пособия? ☰

Any person who comes in the store today is eligible for the discount.

Любой, кто сегодня приходит в магазин, имеет право на скидку. ☰

The women thought him an eligible bachelor, if a bit of a chaser.

Женщины считали его подходящим женихом, хоть и немного ловеласом. ☰

The prisoner will be eligible for parole after three years.

Через три года этот заключённый получит право на условно-досрочное освобождение. ☰

Students must establish a domicile in the state to be eligible for reduced tuition.

Чтобы иметь право на снижение платы за обучение, студенты должны постоянно проживать на территории штата. ☰

An employee is not eligible for a redundancy payment unless he has been with the company for two years.

Сотрудник не имеет права на выходное пособие, если он не проработал в компании в течение двух лет. ☰

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опрос, показывающий, что большинство избирателей невысокого мнения об обоих кандидатах ☰

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Stephen was regarded as an eligible bachelor. ☰

She will become eligible for parole in 19 months. ☰

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