Express Entry (EE) is an online immigration application system. Candidates categorized as skilled immigrants are required to submit a profile. Candidates with the highest rankings are eventually invited to apply for permanent residency based on a ranking system.
The Express Entry (EE) process facilitates applications under the following
- Federal Skilled Worker – FSW
- Federal Skilled Trades – FST
- Canadian Experience Class – CEC
In addition, Express Entry also facilitates immigration via Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP). All territories across Canada will have access to review your profile, increasing the chances of permanent residency.
How does it work?
The Express Entry involves two steps:
- Complete an online Express Entry profile, be placed in pool of candidates;
- Receive invitation to apply for permanent residence from IRCC.
Candidates in the pool are raked using a point-based system named Comprehensive Ranking Score (CRS).
Getting into Express Entry doesn’t guarantee invitation to apply, since applicants have to meet all eligible and admissibility requirements. Upon entering the pool, candidates are assigned a CRS score based on factors including education, work experience, language ability, and other criteria. Highest-ranking candidates are regularly selected from draw and invited to apply for permanent residence.
Calculate your points
Eligibility to obtain an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for permanent residency is calculated on points obtained towards language ability; education, work experience, arranged employment, provincial nomination etc. If you are married, use the person with the highest education and language skills as the main applicant. This tool helps you to calculate score based on the answers you provide.
Fees are collected upfront upon signing the contract. All fees are deposited into a client trust account and is considered client property until we invoice you for services rendered as per the contract.
*Additional fees may include but is not limited to government fees, medical fees, IELTS exam fees, etc are to be borne by the client(s). Any additional costs associated with processing a file are to be borne by the client.