What is Express Entry
Express Entry is a Case Management System Government of Canada implemented to manage the Immigration Programs
Canada chooses skilled workers based on their skills and ability to contribute to Canada’s economy. If you are interested in the Federal Skilled Worker stream, you will need to meet, at minimum, the pass mark of 67 points out of 100 on the Federal Skilled Worker grid. If you are accepted into the Express Entry pool, you may receive an Invitation to apply for permanent residence.
Provincial Nominee Program Explained
Provinces / Territories in Canada have their own Provincial Nominee Program that follows their own selection criteria
Those willing to immigrate to Canada and do not meet the required points to get qualified for any specific immigration category may look into PNP program and re-assess their eligibility against various PNP programs. The applicant needs to decide which province they want to settle prior to applying to the Province / Territory.
You get 600 points if any province nominates you
After your profile is selected by any Province, you will be awarded 600 additional points that will help you to quickly get invited to apply. The province or territory will contact you directly and send you a paper copy of your nomination certificate. (If you already got 600 points for a job offer, you will not get more points for a nomination. In either case, the additional points only apply once.)
What Happens When You are Selected from the Express Entry Pool
If you are selected from the Express entry Pool and an Invitation to Apply (ITA) is sent to you, you and your dependents should complete the medical examinations and start securing the police clearances as part of the Canadian immigration application process and submit the application.
How Whitefield Immigration Consultancy can help you in the application process?
As a regulated Canadian immigration consultant, we are authorized to represent our clients and guide them through the process from the journey of Express Entry Profile Creation until Landing in Canada.