The Federal Government of Canada has introduced its well-known Express Entry program back in 2015, which is presently a framework for selecting skilled people through three streams namely Federal Skilled Workers Program, Canadian Experience Class, and Federal Skilled Trades.
Those people who are keen to move to Canada and are willing to live and work there as a skilled worker can realise this dream. This can be initiated just by making an Express Entry profile. For making an Express Entry profile, it is important to have the best immigration consultants in Delhi by your side and also it is vital to meet the criteria for one of the above-mentioned express entry streams.
Your eligibility and filling by the consultants will lead you to the pool of applicants. Once added to the Express Entry pool, the applicants will get scores based on the program's point-based Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS), and this score will decide the applicant's position inside the pool. Individuals with the highest scores will be issued ITA to move to Canada on a permanent basis.
How to make an Express Entry Profile?
1) Provide precise and point-by-point information as asked on the portal. Make a good profile with true and fair information. You can seek help from TCWW- the best immigration consultants in Delhi to complete your profile with accuracy.
2) If your age is between 20 to 29 years, you will get the maximum CRS that is, 110 points. The points you can get drops off rapidly once you pass 30 years of age. Therefore, the ideal time to make the profile would be one where a candidate is below than 30 years.
3) Another factor that decides your CRS is your educational qualification. A candidate who has at least a secondary degree will get 30 points under the "Level of Education" factor in the CRS. A Master's certificate holder will get scores of 135 points while a Ph.D. holder gets the score of 150 points which is the maximum limit.
4) Whatever level of qualification you have, you're going to require an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) to prove it’s worth. An ECA essentially assesses the level of your degree with that of Canadian standards. Your profile will be allotted CRS as per this ECA report. While you may have a Master's certificate, if it's just equivalent to a Canadian Bachelor's qualification, you'll just get the points as equal to a graduation degree which are120 points (as opposed to up to 135 points for masters).
5) Appear for your IELTS test, and doing well in the exam can also build your CRS score. It's a lot simpler and faster approach to increase your CRS aggregate, as compared to other factors, which may require long time to change, say an additional educational degree or another year of work experience. To be eligible, you need CLB of 6 in English exam but to be competitive enough, you must get CLB 8/9.
6) The CRS makes use of the National Occupational Classification (NOC) to allot points for work experience of the applicant. Sorting and selecting the right NOC code is therefore extremely significant when making your Express Entry profile. To get professional help in the right selection of the NOC, you must seek help from the best immigration consultants in Delhi- TCWW. For Express Entry skilled stream, work experience Skill Type 0, Level A, or Level B is viewed as qualified.
7) If you have a going with your spouse or any family member as secondary applicant, your Express Entry profile can gain points for that person’s work skills and language capability. So you can figure your CRS score with and without your spouse/partner, to see which would be more beneficial. Accordingly, you can add or remove the secondary applicant from your application.
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