Express Entry is a system designed to provide, well, express immigration to Canada. For eligible candidates who receive an invitation to apply (ITA) soon after entering the pool, and who then quickly submit a complete application, the entire process may take six months, or even less. In 80% of cases, an application submitted through Express Entry is processed within 6 months from the date it is received.


Those who are eligible for one of the programs managed by Express Entry submit an entry and the Canadian government issues and successful candidates can submit an application for permanent residence.[5] A positive result on this application will grant the applicant, and their accompanying family members, Canadian permanent resident status. Express Entry replaced the original “first-come first-served” immigration selection system. Express Entry was expected to be more responsive to regional labour shortages.[7] It systemically favours qualified immigrants by prioritising such individuals and avoids the arbitrary selections of the previous system which, in some cases, were based on a first-come, first-served basis. Under the points based system in express entry, candidates are given points as per the CRS(Comprehensive Ranking System) system and they are ranked on the basis of several factors such as the following:
  • Age
  • Qualifications
  • Work experience
  • English and French
  • language skills
  • Adaptability
  • An ideal candidate to get PR through the current express entry system would be between the age of 20-29, possessing a high level of education, and advanced proficiency in either English or French. The Canadian government establishes its own annual quota for new immigrants. For 2019, Canada plans to accept 81,400 immigrants through Express Entry’s high-skilled worker pathways and an additional 61,000 through Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs)[14], many of which are aligned with Express Entry. Approximately every two weeks, the Canadian government conducts an Express Entry draw, inviting the most competitive Express Entry candidates to apply for Canadian permanent resident status.[15] In these draws, the federal government establishes a cut-off score, using the Comprehensive Ranking System. All candidates with scores higher than the cut-off will receive an official Invitation to Apply (ITA) for permanent residency.
  • Federal Skilled Worker Program
  • Federal Skilled Trade Program
  • Canadian Experience Class
  • Provincial Nominee Program
  • Minimum 67 points under different factors such as age, qualification, work experience, English and French language scores, adaptability etc.
  • Submit an expression of interest through Express Entry(EOI)
  • Need to score minimum Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 7 in all bands.
  • Need to provide certificates to support good health and character.
  • Funds to support living in Canada.
  • The Immigration Refugees Citizenship and Canada (IRCC) conduct frequent draws, popularly known as Express Entry draws for choosing qualified candidates. The draws are conducted with a pre-determined CRS score for selecting candidates from the Express Entry Pool. The selected candidates receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for Canadian Permanent Residence.
  • English and/or French language proficiency results
  • Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) from Canadian govt designated bodies such as WES, IQAS, ICAS etc
  • Medical Certificate of the principal applicant and accompanying family members.
  • Police Clearance Certificate of the principal applicant and accompanying family members.
  • Birth Certificate
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    Under the Provincial Nomination Program, provinces and territories in Canada are authorized to nominate particular foreign nationals to apply for the Canadian PR visa. Once a candidate is nominated by a province or a territory, he or she will be given a nomination certificate that is to be submitted with their application to the federal government. Upon the same, candidate receives 600 extra points under the Comprehensive Ranking System(CRS) which results in an immediate Invitation to Apply(ITA) from CIC(Citizenship and Immigration Canada) Each provincial nominee program has different streams that applicants can apply under and they generally fall into the following five category of streams: 1) skilled workers; 2) semi-skilled workers; 3) business/investors; 4) international student graduates; and 5) family/community connections.
  • Alberta
  • British Columbia
  • Manitoba
  • New Brunswick
  • Newfoundland
  • North West Territories
  • Nova Scotia
  • Ontario
  • Prince Edward Island
  • Saskatchewan
  • Yukon
  • We are experts in Canadian PNP programs. Many applicants are not able to score enough points under the CRS scores for express entry program due to certain reasons like age, less scores in language test, age etc. This is where we can assist the candidate in realizing his dream of obtaining Canadian PR. We have helped a plethora of candidates in securing a provincial nomination through various provinces and territories. Success of an application under this immigration program depends on various factors such as in demand occupations in a province or territory, language skills, CRS scores of an applicant etc.
    How you will apply depends on which Provincial Nominee Program stream you’re applying to. You might need to apply using the paper-based process, or by the online process through Express Entry. As part of the process, you will have to pass a medical exam and get a police check (certificate). Everyone must have these checks, no matter where they plan to live in Canada.
    In the online Express Entry process, there are 2 ways to apply: You contact the province or territory and apply for a nomination under an Express Entry stream. If the province or territory agrees to nominate you, you create an Express Entry profile (or update your profile if you already have one) and show you have been nominated. OR You create an Express Entry profile and show the provinces and territories you’re interested in. If a province or territory sends you a “notification of interest” to your account, you contact them directly. You apply to their Express Entry stream: If you’re nominated, the province will offer it to you through your account, and you accept it electronically.
    You must meet the eligibility requirements of the province or territory. And, You must submit an Express Entry profile and show that you meet the minimum criteria for Express Entry, including being eligible for one of the immigration programs it covers. If you are invited to apply, you submit an electronic application to IRCC.


    Nationals of many countries such as India need to obtain a visitor visa before they are allowed to enter into Canada.. A Temporary Resident Visa (TRV), also referred to as a visitor visa, is an official document issued by a Canadian visa office that is placed in your passport to show that you have met the requirements for admission to Canada as a temporary resident (either as a visitor, a student, or a worker).
    If you are applying for Canada visitor visa from India, you will have to prove to the Canadian visa officer that you intend to visit Canada only for a temporary period and that you will come back to your home country once your purpose of travel is over. Showing very strong ties to your home country is quintessential in the success of a TRV(Temporary Resident Visa) There are many documents and ways through which you can establish this that you are economically, socially and financially well connected to your home country and there is no reason what so ever for you to overstay on your visitor visa.
    There is no specific time period for processing of the Canadian visitor visa application. It could take anywhere from two weeks to even two months. It is always advisable that you apply for the visa at least two months prior to your intended date of arrival in Canada. Processing of the visa application can get delayed due to the following reasons:
  • Criminal record.
  • Medical examination required.
  • Requirement of an interview.
  • Incomplete forms and application submission.
  • Background verification of the applicant.
  • Based on your assessment results, we advise if you should proceed with file processing of your Canada visit visa. We do not leave any room for discrepancies or errors that may increase chances of refusal or delay of your application.
    You may choose to re-apply or appeal the decision. If your visitor visa application is refused, you can appeal the decision by initiating an application for leave and judicial review at the Federal Court of Canada to challenge the visa officer’s decision.
    Multiple entry visas and single entry visas both cost the same processing fee. When you make the application, be sure to indicate that you are seeking a decision on a multiple entry visa, not a single entry visa. However, you cannot ensure that you will get the type of visa you seek as these visas are granted on a case by case basis at the discretion of a visa officer.
    Visitors can remain for up to 6 months generally upon entry to Canada if the initial entry is not limited for a shorter duration by a Border Services Officer. In both instances, visitor status may be extended through an application process. You may wish to consult with our office to make such an application.
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    Quebec Skilled Worker Immigration. Like its federal counterpart, the Quebec Skilled Worker program is an immigration program that does not require a valid job offer from a Canadian or Quebec employer. It is one of the most popular immigration programs for Canada.
    To qualify for immigration to Canada as a Quebec-selected skilled worker, as an applicant you must score minimum 50 points. The immigrants who apply with a spouse or a common-law partner need to score minimum 59 points in order to be eligible for the QSW Program. To immigrate to Canada as a Quebec-selected skilled worker, you must apply in the following 2 stages: Apply to the Government of Quebec for a Quebec Selection Certificate (Certificat de sélection du Québec [CSQ]). The Province of Quebec will assess you, using its own rules.
  • Training and Education: Max 26 points.
  • Work Experience: Max 8 points.
  • Age: Max 16 points
  • Language proficiency : Max 22 Points. English – Max 6 points and French – Max 16 points.
  • Quebec connection: Max 8 points
  • Credentials of spouse: Max 17 points.
  • Validated job offer: Max 10 points
  • Accompanying children: Max 8 points
  • Financial self sufficiency: Max 1 point
  • The new Quebec immigration rules for skilled workers favor potential candidates who have been trained in a “preferred area” or who have a validated offer of employment in the province. In 2018, the Education sub-category is more heavily weighted than the Areas of Training sub-category, which means what a person is trained in affects their eligibility to migrate to Quebec less than the actual level of education they have attained. The Quebec Immigration Skilled Worker list of occupations has also been enlarged, and points are now awarded for an exceedingly wide range of degrees and diplomas from foreign and Quebec institutions.
    Immigration to Quebec without speaking French is possible through the QSW Program provided an applicant is awarded enough points from other categories of the selection grid to attain a passing score. French language proficiency is worth up to 16 points, so even if you are excellent at English, you will need to be very competitive in other categories to exceed the pass mark if you do not understand or speak French.


    The Spousal Sponsorship program is a sub-category of the Family Class immigration stream that allows citizens and permanent residents of Canada to sponsor their spouse or common-law partner for Canadian permanent residency. To receive a Spouse Visa through this immigration program, the sponsor (citizen or permanent resident of Canada) and applicant (sponsored person) must demonstrate their relationship to be one of three categories:
  • Spouse
  • Common-law Partner
  • Conjugal Partner
  • A spouse is a partner with whom you are legally married. This includes both opposite- and same-sex relationships.
    A common-law partner isn’t legally married to you, but has been living with you for at least 12 consecutive months, meaning: you have been living together continuously for one year, without any long periods apart;if either of you left your home it was for family obligations or work or business travel; andany time spent away from each other must have been short and temporary. The definition of common-law partner includes both opposite- and same-sex relationships.
    A conjugal partner is a person outside Canada who has had a binding relationship with you for at least one year, but could not, for some reason(s), live with you. Individuals living in Canada are not eligible to be sponsored as conjugal partners. The definition of conjugal partner includes both opposite- and same-sex relationships.
  • Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident and 18 years or older;
  • Be able to provide financial support to whoever they sponsored in the past;
  • Must not be a recipient of government financial assistance;
  • Must not be convicted of a violent or sexual offense; and
  • Must not be imprisoned.
  • Must not have un discharged bankruptcy.
  • Must not have sponsored a spouse within the last five years.
  • The sponsor needs to take financial responsibility for the person sponsored for three years after the sponsored person becomes a permanent resident.
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