Canada Comprehensive Ranking System assesses your credentials (age, education, language abilities, work experience, etc.)
and provide you points according to Canada Point assessment grid.
The primary precaution that the candidate need to take is to comply with the minimum point’s requirement which is 60 points out of 100. In case, you are lacking on the score, then we suggest you to see ways to increase your CRS score.
Get your documents ready by referring to our document checklist. Keep electronic copies of each of the document involved as it has to
be uploaded online.
Your documents should be latest and should match & support every information you provided in your Express Entry Profile.
Things to be careful about-:
a) Documents should not bleed i.e., every written word should be visible as well as pronounceable,
b) Documents must be in either English or French. Any third language documents will not be entertained,
c) Do not leave any space blank/unattended; write NONE where situation is not applicable to you.
This is the step where you come out of the virtual work and start with the process online. Generate an Express Entry Profile and provide every information that is asked. Again, do not leave anything unattended; fill every detail and write NONE where situation is not applicable to you.
This is a vital footstep in the process. Registering with job bank enables you to get in touch with the Canadian employers with employment opportunities for foreign skilled workers. Though, having a job is not mandatory under Express Entry program, but it is always advisable to have a job beforehand as it allows you to claim extra CRS points on your Job offer letter which is 50 or 200 (decided on your Job’s NOC code)
After thorough valuation of your Express Entry Profile, it will be directed to Express Entry pool among other profiles. In the pool, thousands of applications are there. Your profile need to ‘stand-out’ from the lot in order to get selected/nominated. The only contributing factor to your stand-out profile is high CRS score.
CIC conducts regular draws from the Express Entry pool. The draw intake is based on labour requirements in the economy of Canada. You need to be among top rankers in the pool so as to get selected/nominated. After your selection from the pool, you will be issued an ITA (Invitation-to-apply) by CIC, Canada with 90 days’ time allowance to apply for Canada Permanent Residence Visa.
I would like to take this opportunity to say a very big thank you to you personally, for being there for us during this very emotional time, and for guiding us in very difficult stage of Canada PR process. Your whole team of visa counsellors deserve a big thank you for preparing a very strong Express Entry Profile. It certainly helped in putting my case clearly and professionally. The team explained the process very clearly and made us both feel very comfortable. They also were the most reasonably priced so it was an easy decision to go with Aptech only.
- Tripti Jain, New Delhi