The Express Entry system is not an immigration program but a new way to get files. Instead of reviewing all cases as before, the Federal Government of Canada will select Canadian applicants from among the applications received in the Rapid Admission Scheme for action in the Federal expert Programs.
Who can apply in Express Entry?
In general, we can say that there are no restrictions for registration, and everyone can apply. If they are included in one of the programs of professional, technical, and professional force or Canadian experience, and of course, within 30 days of Expression of Interest, Enter your resume in the Employment Bank of the Canadian Agency for Human Resources and Development.
What is the rating system in Express Entry?
The scoring system in Express Entry is relatively complex.
Applicants divide into two categories: single and married.
Each person can earn up to 1,200 points in this system.
Scoring is defined in three categories of factors, including:
Core Human Capital Factors, which include age (maximum single 105 and non-single 100), level of education (maximum single 150 and non-single 140), language level (maximum 136 + 24 for single and 128 + 22 for non-single And Canadian work experience (mostly 80 for single and 70 for non-single). Single people can have a maximum of 500 points, non-single people can have 460 points, and 40 points can have an applicant spouse.
Skill Transferability Factors in which the applicant can earn a maximum of 100 points and includes a combination of the factors mentioned before.
Depending on the combination of language level and education level, the applicant can receive up to 50 points.
Depending on the combination of language level and non-Canadian work experience, the applicant can receive 50 points.
Depending on the combination of Canadian and non-Canadian work experience, the applicant can receive up to 50 points.
Depending on the combination of the province’s job qualification certificate with the language level, the applicant can receive up to 50 points.
Invoice of having a PNP certificate from one of the provinces or having a job offer from a reputable employer in Canada, each of which can give the applicant 600 points.
What points do we need to be accepted in the Express Entry program?
Because Express Entry is a competitive program, the scores of the people who are accepted are different in each period. What is clear in the analysis is that in the past several periods, the Express Entry acceptance score has been below 500. So if you can only get a valid job offer mentioned above, by receiving 600 points, you can almost certainly be accepted in this system.