Express Entry Method

Immigrating to Canada by Express Entry

Since the beginning of 2015, the Express Entry Method was launched for both immigration and obtaining permanent residence in Canada.

Express Entry completely changed the immigration system to Canada, and after the launch of the Express Entry System for Immigration to Canada, many applicants who had previously practiced the usual immigration method to Canada through a federal expert force remained behind closed doors. Currently, the Canadian Immigration Service announces the minimum score per person selected for permanent residence in Canada each month.

If you are planning to become a permanent resident of Canada through one of the Express Entry programs, SINIM Immigration Company is ready to provide you with services

There are two steps to this:

Step 1: Complete the form related to this program

By completing the relevant forms, applicants express their interest in obtaining permanent residency in Canada. In fact, at this stage, the applicant submits an expression of interest online to the Migration Board. Then, applicants who are eligible for one of the economic migration programs enter a pool based on their age, degree, work experience and language skills, and are counted on the basis of the new Comprehensive Ranking System. If the applicant does not have a valid job offer from a Canadian company and none of the provinces has selected the applicant, the applicant must register with the Job Bank of Canada.

At this stage, entering information is very sensitive because the information entered is responsible and may not lead to the correct entry of information sometimes leading to the applicant not being able to immigrate to Canada for years.

Step 2: Invite the applicant to apply for permanent residency in Canada

The Government of Canada as well as the Government of the Canadian Provinces and Employers are able to select immigrants from the mentioned pool. High-scoring applicants, as well as applicants with a job offer or provincial selection, will be invited to apply for permanent residency in Canada through one of the following methods, and the applicant must submit their online application for residency within 60 days. Permanently register. From this date, the Immigration Department will respond to the request within 6 months.

However, if the applicant does not apply after 12 months, he must re-enter his information in the system or pool.

Evaluating a degree in Canada: Participate in one of the language tests accepted by IELTS, TEF, TCF, DELF, DALF.

Comprehensive Ranking System

Scorers in the Express Entry system include the following criteria:

  • Human and skill factors
  • Factors related to the main mobile applicant
  • Invoices related to the province or job offer letter

A total of 1,200 points are provided for this system.

For unaccompanied applicants, the benefits are as follows:

  • 500 points for core human capital factors
  • 100 points related to transferability factors
  • 600 points related to either the selection of the province or the job offer or a provincial nomination of a qualifying offer of arranged employment.

For applicants with the following privileges:

  • 460 points for human capital factors related to the main applicant core human capital factors
  • 40 points for human capital factors related to the applicant along with core human capital factors
  • 100 points related to transferability factors
  • 600 points related to either the selection of the province or the job offer or a provincial nomination of a qualifying offer of arranged employment.

Changes since June 6, 2017

  1. If the volunteer sibling is a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident and is at least 18 years old, the candidate will be awarded an additional 15 points. These 15 points are the maximum amount of points awarded to having a sibling in Canada, which means, it is a total of 15 points and each sibling is not assigned 15 separate points.
  2. Also, from June 6, candidates who are proficient in French can receive even more points. In total, an additional 15 points will be awarded to candidates who have intermediate or higher proficiency in French (according to the Canadian Language Assessment Criteria, CLB7), and English proficiency CLB4 or lower. Candidates who have intermediate or higher proficiency in French and English proficiency level CLB5 or higher may receive up to 30 points.

Express Entry Scoring System

Factors related to human capital

Core Human Capital factors

Age

Age

The main applicant is accompanied

Maximum score: 100

Main applicant without companion

Maximum score: 110

less than

18

0 points0 points
189099
1995105
20-29100110
3095105
319099
328594
338088
347583
357077
366572
376066
385561
395055
404550
413539
422528
431517
4456

45

and more

00

Education

Level of EducationApplicant with a spouse (married) has a maximum of 140 points for the main person and 10 points for the spouseUnaccompanied applicant (single) Maximum 150 points
Less than a diploma۰۰
high school diploma28 main people – 2 wives30
One year postgraduate course84 main people – 6 wives90
Two-year course after graduation91 main people – 7 wives98
Course three or more after graduation112 main people – 8 wives120
Two or more postgraduate degrees, at least one of which is at least three years after completing a course.119 main people – 9 wives128
Master’s degree or internship126 main people – 10 wives135
Doctorate140 main people – 10 wives150

First Foreign Language Proficiency (English or French)

CLB level

Applicant with a spouse (married) Maximum 128 points for the main applicant and 20 points for the spouse

Unaccompanied (single) applicant Maximum 136 points

Maximum score for each language skill

lis

32 points for the main applicant and 5 points for the spouse34 points
Level 3 and less۰۰
Level 46 main applicants – 0 spouses6
Level 56 main applicants – 1 spouse6
Level 68 main applicants – 1 spouse9
Level 716 main applicants – 3 spouses۱۷
Level 822 main applicants – 3 spouses23
Level 929 main applicants – 5 spouses31
Level 10 and above32 main applicants – 5 spouses34

Second Foreign Language Proficiency (English or French)

CLB levelApplicant with a spouse (married) up to 22 pointsUnaccompanied (single) applicant Maximum 24 points
Maximum score for each language skill66
Level 3 and less۰۰
Level 411
Level 533
Level 666

Work experience in Canada

Number of yearsApplicant with a spouse (married) Maximum 70 points for the main applicant and 10 points for the spouseUnaccompanied (single) applicant Maximum 80 points
Less than a year۰۰
1 year35 main applicants – 5 spouses40
2 years46 main applicants – 7 spouses53
3 years56 main applicants – 8 spouses64
4 years63 main applicants – 9 spouses72
5 years and more70 main applicants – 10 spouses80

Transferability factors

A maximum of 100 points is considered in this field. There are 5 combinations in this rating, for each combination there are 50 points. Even if you get more than 100 points in these combinations, the maximum points that will be given will still be 100 points. In this regard, no privileges have been considered for the applicant’s spouse.

Combination of education and language level CLB: Canadian Language Benchmark

 CLB 7 and above in all language skillsCLB 9 and above in all language skills
Less than a diploma۰۰
Postgraduate course of one year or more13۲۵
Two or more postgraduate courses۲۵50

Combining Canadian education and work experience

 1 year Canadian experience2 years of Canadian experience and more
Less than a diploma۰۰
Postgraduate course of one year or more13۲۵
Two or more postgraduate courses۲۵50

Combining language level and non-Canadian experience CLB: Canadian Language Benchmark

 CLB 7 and above in all language skillsCLB 9 and above in all language skills
No non-Canadian work experience۰۰
1 or 2 years of non-Canadian work experience13۲۵
More than 3 years of non-Canadian work experience۲۵50

Combining Canadian experience and non-Canadian experience

 1 year Canadian experience2 years of Canadian experience and more
No non-Canadian work experience۰۰
1 or 2 years of non-Canadian work experience13۲۵
More than 3 years of non-Canadian work experience۲۵50

Combining proof of ability in a language skill and knowledge

Certificate of Qualification in a Trade and Language Ability

CLB: Canadian Language Benchmark

 CLB 5 and above in all language skillsCLB 7 and above in all language skills
Certificate of ability in a language skill and knowledge۲۵50

Supplementary points invoice

Comprehensive Ranking System: Additional Points

Applicants receive a maximum of 600 points from a degree in one of the provinces or from a job offer. (It is not possible to get points from both at the same time)

Supplementary pointsAll applicants
Evidence of selection from one of the provinces other than Quebec600
Job offer from a Canadian employer50 to 200

The conditions of SINIM immigration company regarding cooperation in obtaining a Canadian work residence visa through Express Entry are as follows.

  1. Customer club membership
  2. Searching for the desired consultant
  3. Registering the applicant’s information in the applicants’ pool system in a correct and professional manner so as to avoid any contradictions in the action steps.
  4. After registering the information, he will continue working through the consultant, including the applicant file and referring it to the employers, which will increase the applicant’s chances of being invited to apply for a work visa.
  5. The consultant will register all the applicant documents in a limited time and follow up through the government.

If you intend to use this method, in the first step, fill in the labor migration evaluation form so that the relevant experts can contact you as soon as possible. At this stage, it is not necessary to have all the documents and just registering the information in the system is enough.

Our Financial Terms and Conditions for the Contract:

  • $ 300 registration information to the applicant.
  • $ 700 to continue work on the applicant’s case file concerning the submission of the applicant to employers
  • $ 2,000 if accepted, the applicant is applying for a visa for permanent residence

The documents required for the initial action
We only receive the necessary data from information you submitted online. Therefore if your documents are not ready, there is no need to worry.
Given that all the information must be entered correctly at this stage, immigration agencies will need to scan your documents to ensure that the documents are accurate. Note that if the recorded information and the information that will be provided in the future are inconsistent, it will be possible to prevent you from migrating.

  • Identification
  • Address and place of residence
  • Educational information
  • Job information

Documents required to continue working on correspondence with Canadian employers

  • All job qualifications of the applicant
  • All documents that show the job abilities of the applicant (including qualifications, courses taken, etc.)

Documents required for applying for a permanent residence visa
Family documents (shared between the main applicant – spouse and children)

  1. All the passports you have had in the last ten years. (Translation + Seal of Justice + Seal of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
  2. Identity card (Translation + Seal of Justice + Seal of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
  3. Military card (Translation + Seal of Justice + Seal of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs) (for males over 18)
  4. Marriage certificate / Divorce (translation + seal of justice + seal of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
  5. 6 pieces of photos (4.5 * 3.5) (from the chin to the top of the hair should be between 3 to 3 cm.) You must sign the back of the photos and get the date. Write photos in AD. Photos must have been taken in the last 6 months.
  6. Postal code, address and telephone number of places of residence in the last 10 years
  7. If you have a first-degree family in Canada, ask the relevant documents from the consultant.

Evaluation of qualifications in the organization in Canada (main applicant only)
Qualifications (common between the main applicant – spouse and children over 18 years old)

  • Academic degrees and their transcripts (translation + seal of justice + seal of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
  • Pre-university degree (if obtained) (translation + seal of justice + seal of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
  • Diploma degree (translation + seal of justice + seal of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
  • Other documents – membership cards – courses related to work or fields of study in accordance with the opinion of the consultant (formal or informal translation and sometimes equal to the original is required to be done in accordance with the opinion of the consultant.)

Foreign language qualifications (French or English)

Working documents (common between the applicant and in case of employment for the spouse and children)

1. Certificates of work (according to the opinion of the consultant)
Record your job history by mentioning the name and address and telephone number of the workplace as well as a summary of job descriptions Submit any related work to your case advisor.

  • Print each work history in the approved form on the letterhead of each company and translate.
  • Note that in order to obtain document confirmations, you need an official newspaper advertisement of the company, the original of which must be obtained from the company or the official newspaper office. If you work in state-owned companies, there is no need for an establishment advertisement to confirm the work certificate of state-owned companies.

2. Insurance history to obtain the insurance history, after receiving the application letter from the translation agency, refer to the insurance office.
3. Three final pay slips (if required)
4. Employment contract (if required)
Non-background letter: This letter is valid for one month.

Canadian Government

  • Fees $ 550 Federal Legal
  • Fees 490 Visa Fees

It is necessary to pay attention to the following points

  • The costs incurred by the Swedish Migration Board sometimes change and the institution does not take responsibility for these changes.
  • It is possible to pay these fees with a Canadian check or credit card (in case of payment by credit card, usually a percentage of tax will be deducted from the account, so the institution will receive this amount from clients).
  • It should be noted During the process and in accordance with current needs, the consultant may offer to remove or add documents that are required by the client in this regard.
  • The translation of all documents must be accompanied by the approvals of the Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the stamp must be equal to the original and the translator’s stamp on all Persian documents attached to the English documents.

Other documents
These documents will be prepared by your immigration counselor or lawyer and you will be contacted if you need information about these documents.

What is Express Entry?

It has been in place since the beginning of 2015 (a method that is an immigration system, not an immigration program). Through this system, the desired immigrants are selected for the following immigration methods:

  • Federal Skilled Worker Program
  • Federal Skilled Trade Program
  • Canadian Experience Class
  • Provincial Nominee Program Part of

In this method, the applicant first expresses his / her interest in immigrating to Canada, and if he / she is eligible for at least one of the immigration methods mentioned above, he / she enters the applicants’ pool. The federal government, as well as the provinces or employers, are then allowed to choose their applicants from among the applicants in the pool, and the applicant will be invited to take action. This system violates the previous Canadian immigration method, in which everyone who applied earlier was given priority, and in this system, anyone who has more points will be given priority to apply for permanent residence. This system is similar to the Australian and New Zealand immigration systems.

Why is this method called fast entry?

The Canadian Immigration and Citizenship Office plans to follow up on all cases within six months of registration. This system is called a fast entry method. Of course, this is not 6 months from the date when the applicant has declared his / her interest, but it will be 6 months from the date when the applicant receives the invitation to apply and registers his / her application for permanent residence.

What is the profile for fast migration?

Interested applicants express their interest in immigrating to Canada by creating profiles and entering personal language information and skills and work experience and education. Entering the correct information in this section is very important and we recommend that you consult with experts to prevent any problems in the future.

What happens if the applicant information entered in the system is incorrect?

If this information is incorrect, it will be considered misrepresentation and will have different penalties depending on the circumstances. This applicant may be barred from re-entering the applicants’ pool for up to 5 years. Applicants who are unable to act properly should seek the help of formal advisors.

What is a Job Bank and what is its role in rapid migration?

Job Bank of Canada is a job search engine for job positions. This site helps connect and coordinate Canadian job seekers and employers. Applicants who do not have a job offer in the Quick Migration Method and have not been selected by any of the provinces must register with the Job Bank of Canada. If the applicant is currently working in Canada and has an (valid) LMIA, he or she will not need to reapply for a new LMIA. If the employer deems the applicant suitable for the job in question, then the interview process and administrative process will be done, and finally, if the employer and the job in question are eligible according to the law, the job will be offered to the applicant. Employers with a positive LMIA will then provide the job offer and other information to the applicant to enter in their profile.

What does Invitation to Apply (ITA) mean?

This invitation will be given to all people who have been selected to immigrate to Canada in the Quick Login or Express Entry System. This invitation will be given to the applicant by the Government of Canada or the Provinces or the Employer. This invitation will be offered if the applicant is among the top rankings in the fast entry system, or has been selected by a province, or has received a job offer letter from an employer.

Will the applicant with higher scores have a higher chance than the applicant with lower scores?

Yes. Applicants with higher scores will have a better chance of receiving an invitation.

Is Migration Quickly Electronic?

Yes.

Is there a specific job listing in this Express Entry method?

No. Anyone with any field of study and work will be able to take action. Of course, in order to apply all the required methods in the quick entry system, the applicant must be in the Canadian job coding system in one of the groups of group A- / B / 0. To find out if your job is in these groups, consult with SINIM consultants by joining the customer club.

Can the applicant use the provincial and quick entry methods at the same time?

Yes. There are two ways to do this.

1. First apply for the provincial method and then get the confirmation of selection from the province and complete the quick entry profile.

2. First complete the quick login profile. Provinces can then enter the fast entry system and ask the applicant to act through the province and update the quick entry system when the applicant receives the province’s approval. In either case, as soon as the applicant updates their fast login profile and it is determined that they have been selected in the provincial system, they will be given enough extra points to qualify for the next stage.

What role do Canadian employers play in this system?

In this system, Canadian employers have a more direct and effective role. Applicants also have the opportunity to show their abilities and skills to employers, and they can do so through the Job Bank of Canada. Employers can also select people who are interested in immigrating to Canada after the Government of Canada as well as the provinces select their applicants from the pool.

Do I have to have a job offer to apply this method?

Not necessarily.

If the applicant receives the invitation, how long will it take to register the immigration application?

After receiving the invitation, applicants will have 60 days to register their application online. Because this time is very short and it takes a long time to collect immigration documents, we recommend that applicants collect the documents in advance. If no action is taken within 60 days, the applicant must return to the pool and go through the process.

Is there a need to evaluate the documents?

No, if you have a high school diploma in Canada. Otherwise, if you intend to apply through the federal skilled labor force, the assessment must be done in advance. This assessment is not required for people who intend to apply through the province or Canadian experience or the Skilled Trades Program, but may increase the applicant’s score in the system.

Do applicants have to take the language test?

Yes. All applicants must take the test to determine their language level. For each immigration method, there is a specific score for language skills, and to obtain that score, the applicant must take the Rabban test. These tests include IELTS for English and TEF for French. When the applicant enters the pool, he can take a new test to increase his score and increase his score.

Will applicants know their score?

Yes, but they cannot see what they are in the pool compared to other applicants in general. Of course, they will know the minimum required points. Therefore, they can consider the desired score and increase their chances of being selected by obtaining that score.

How long will each applicant’s file remain in the fast login system?

A new application must be submitted 12 months later.

Should I stay in the same province if I receive an invitation from one province?

No. Applicants applying through a province must intend to stay in that province. However, under Canadian law, after entering Canada, they are free to live, work or study anywhere in Canada.

Is there a limit on the number of applicants?

No now. But there may be capacity for certain skills.

Can the chosen person bring his family with him?

Yes. The dependent spouse and children can be found in the original person’s file. All people will be medically and safely checked by the Government of Canada.

Can applicants apply for a reputable job offer in Canada and will this increase their chances?

Yes. Applicants must work actively in this field to increase their chances. If the Canadian government or the provinces do not select the applicant, the only way to apply is to get a valid job offer. In this regard, the experts of SINIM Migrants Institute are ready to provide services regarding the follow-up of cases.

Is quick entry the only way for an international workforce to live and work in Canada?

No. There are other ways.

Is it still possible to attach a work visa to a residence visa under the quick entry system?

Yes.

Is the Quebec Immigration Program related to fast entry?

No.

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