Welcome to SayHomeCanada Immigration Consulting Inc., your gateway to realizing your dream of securing Permanent Residency in Canada. Our mission is to simplify the intricate process of immigrating to this diverse and prosperous nation, making it accessible to individuals and families worldwide. Canada is renowned for its high quality of life, robust healthcare, and educational systems, and welcoming multicultural communities. Our comprehensive resources and expert guidance will navigate you through the various immigration programs, including Express Entry, Provincial Nominee Programs, and Family Sponsorship, ensuring you find the path that best aligns with your aspirations. We are committed to providing you with up-to-date information, personalized support, and a seamless experience as you embark on this life-changing journey.
Canada accepts more than 200,000 new immigrants annually and has one of the best immigration regimes in the world. In a recent international study, 53% of respondents in the 24 most populous nations worldwide stated they would move to Canada. Even though Canada offers a wide range of Federal and Provincial immigration programs, Express Entry, the key driver of the Canadian immigration system, has helped make immigration to Canada more and more popular. Candidates from a wider range of professions can apply more easily thanks to Express Entry’s priority processing. Applicants can submit an Express Entry application at any moment without worrying that the program will end or become oversubscribed because there is no limit on the number of applications that can be processed.
There are two steps to the Express Entry:
The pool of candidates is ranked using a point-based approach (CRS). Since candidates must satisfy all eligibility and admissibility conditions, being accepted into Express Entry does not guarantee an invitation to apply. Candidates are given a CRS score upon entry into the pool based on variables such as education, work experience, language proficiency, and other criteria.
You must have a minimum of 67 points to be eligible for the Canada express entrance process. Age, education, language ability, experience, Canadian employment experience and offers, and adaptability (points based on your willingness to settle in Canada) are used as the selection criteria/factors to divide the points. Anyone who receives more than 67 points—out of a possible 100—is eligible to apply for permanent residence in Canada using the express entry system. It is preferable to know where you are in the Canada job bank because the IRCC distributes invitations every two weeks for qualified applicants through its weekly draws. If you know how to maximize your points on the selection factor's points grid and have a mentor, you can figure this out.
In order to be eligible for the CEC via Express Entry, you must:
a minimum of 12 months of recent, specialized work experience in Canada (prior to application). Full-time OR an equal quantity of part-time work was required.
achieved job experience in Canada with the necessary authorization, passed a language exam that was granted, and met the minimal requirements with the intention of relocating outside of Quebec
Your background must include at least:
30 hours a week for 12 weeks is one year of full-time employment (1,560 hours), OR an equivalent number of part-time hours, such as:
1 year of full-time employment (15 hours per week) equates to 1,560 hours.
If you work 30 hours each week for 12 months at many jobs, that comes out to 1,560 hours per year.
IRCC may reject your application if your experience doesn’t align with the duties and job description requirements outlined in the NOC.
Please be aware that the majority of applications must be submitted with government application processing fees to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).