EE stands for Express Entry, not Easy Entry! Because EE is an online application process, many applicants are under the impression that if they simply follow the system prompts, they will be successful with their application for Permanent Residence to Canada. In some cases, you might get lucky with such a strategy, but the truth is that Express Entry is more difficult that it appears and even small mistakes result in refusals. In this article, we do our best to help you understand the most common issues that we see with self-prepared Express Entry applications.
For many people worldwide, immigrating to Canada is only possible through the Express Entry system and the Comprehensive Ranking Score (CRS) is the measure that determines success or failure. It is, therefore, imperative to ensure that your CRS score is as high as possible. This article explains the best options to consider in order to increase your CRS points and give yourself the greatest possible chance of being invited to apply for Permanent Residence in Canada.
Your chances of immigrating to Canada under Express Entry depend significantly on the information that you provide, or don’t provide, in your EE profile. It’s not enough to just blindly follow the prompts and expect that the system is going to act in your best interest. You need a basic understanding of the program in order to even understand if you are answering the questions correctly. This article explores the most common issues that we find when we review our client’s self-prepared EE profiles; and tells you how you can maximize the number of CRS ranking points that you obtain through your profile.
Canada organizes all occupations into a classification system that categorizes work as managerial, professional, skilled and low skilled. Your work experience is usually a critical factor in any immigration application, so you need to understand where it fits within the NOC classification system. This article gives insight into how the NOC is organized, and tells you what information is important in determining which NOC code is related to your employment.
Express Entry is the program that admits the largest number of new immigrants to Canada every year, and it is well known globally due to marketing efforts by the Canadian government overseas. Although it is branded as a quick and easy process, there are nuances to the program that are not widely understood and if you don’t clearly understand the process, you are vulnerable to being taken advantage of. This article breaks down some of the most common scams related to Express Entry and gives you the insight you need to protect your dreams.