You can Live Permanently in Canada through Express Entry
Express Entry is the system that the Canadian government uses to manage applications for permanent residence to Canada via the Federal Skilled Worker, Federal Skilled Trades, Canadian Experience Class and Provincial Nominee programs.
The Canadian Government chooses skilled immigrants as permanent residents based on their ability to settle in Canada and take part in contributing to the Canadian economy and get adequately compensated. It is a win-win situation especially for skilled persons from poor economies.
This process can only be used by individuals who meet the minimum requirements of one of the eligible immigration programs. Namely the Federal Skilled Worker, Federal Skilled Tradesperson, Canadian Experience Class and certain Provincial Nominee Programs.
Candidates who are eligible for one of these programs compete against each other via a points system for an invitation to immigrate to Canada. The points are calculated using the comprehensive ranking system. This system gives candidates a certain amount of points for their age, education, language ability work experience and other factors. Candidates with the most points are invited to immigrate to Canada.
How it Works
Prospective candidates create Express Entry Profiles; filling in information about their age, education level, English and/or French proficiency, work experience etc. This information is then used to rank candidates via a points system. All eligible candidates are placed in a pool from which the highest-ranking individuals are then periodically invited to apply for permanent residence. The total amount of immigrants invited depends on the quota the Canadian government has set for itself. For 2018 the quota set is 310,000 immigrants. This quota is then reached by skimming from the top of the express entry pool and inviting the highest-ranking candidates. For example, on February 7, 2018, the quota was 3,000 immigrants. Thus, the top-ranked 3,000 individuals were invited. The government draws on the average of two times a month throughout a year.
The best time to apply is when you are between the ages of 22 and 29 years. That notwithstanding, in you have masters, a diploma and a degree together and you have relatives permanently settled in Canada, then you can apply. Those who do not have those qualifications can also apply and wait to be nominated by provinces who may need their services. The best point at which one can stand a good chance of getting invited to apply is 440 out of the possible 1200pts. Should your points be lower than this, do not panic, contact us to show you the possible means to increase it to the safe zone of 440.