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Requirements

Introduction

Northwest Territories-Express Entry View

Requirements

 

  • Have a profile registered in Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada’s Express Entry system
  • Nominee Applicants currently in Canada must have legal status to work and must have a valid work permit for the duration of the application process. 
  • Must provide valid results from a language test administered by a designated testing agency. The accepted tests are IELTS General Training or CELPIP General for English and TEF for French:
    • NOC 0 and A: CLB 7 for CELPIP, IELTS and TEF.
    • NOC B: CLB 5 for CELPIP, IELTS and TEF.
  • Nominee Applicants must also satisfy the Nominee Program that they intend to settle permanently in the Northwest Territories.
  • Nominee Applicant must have the required certification or accreditation for the occupation based on the Employer’s job description, the job advertisements (if applicable) and the employment requirements of National Occupational Classification’s (NOC)0, A and B. 

Introduction

Create your Express Entry profile

If you’re eligible, the tool will send you to your online account to fill out an Express Entry profile.

  1. Follow the instructions to create an account (if you don’t already have one).
  2. Enter your personal reference code when it prompts you to (only if you have one).
  3. Enter your personal details.
  4. Create or sign in to your account
  5. To complete your profile, you’ll need: information from certain documents (for example, language test results); your National Occupational Classification (NOC) job title and code
  6. You may exit the profile at any time. Your information will be saved in your account.
  7. You have 60 days to complete and submit your Express Entry profile. Otherwise, you’ll have to start again.
  8. Once you’ve filled out your profile, you can submit it online. We’ll figure out which immigration program you’re eligible for under Express Entry.

 

Ontario’s Express Entry View

Requirements

Human Capital Priorities Stream:

  • You must decide which of the following two federal programs you would like to be assessed against:
    • Federal Skilled Workers Program
    • Canadian Experience Class
  • For candidates with one year or more of Canadian work experience, NOIswere issued to those with a CRS between 358 – 439. 
  • For candidates with one year or more of foreign work experience, NOIs were issued to those with a CRS between 471 – 500.
  • You must have a Canadian bachelor’s, master’s or PhD degree or its equivalent in another country.
  • You must be able to understand, read, write and speak either English or French at a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) level 7 or higher.

French-Speaking Skilled Worker stream:

  • You must decide which of the following two federal programs you would like to be assessed against:
    • Federal Skilled Worker Program
    • Canadian Experience Class
  • You must have a Canadian bachelor’s, master’s or PhD degree or its equivalent in another country.
  • You must be able to understand, read, write and speak French at a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) level 7 or higher.
  • You must also be able to understand, read, write and speak English at CLB level 6 or higher.

Foreign Worker stream

  • To qualify under the Employer Job Offer: Foreign Worker Stream, you must have a job offer in Ontario from an employer that meets the following requirements.The job offered must be in a skilled occupation at Skill Type 0 or Skill Levels A or B of the National Occupation Classification (NOC).
  • The pay of the job offered must meet or be higher than the median wage level, for that occupation, in the specific region of Ontario where you will be working.
  • You must have: at least two years of paid full-time (or the equivalent in part-time) work experience in the same occupation (same NOC code) as your job offer gained within the five years prior to submitting your application. If your work experience was gained in Canada, you must have been legally living and working in Canad or a licence or other authorization for the job that you have been offered

For three streams:

  • You must have enough money to support yourself and your dependent family members when you settle in Canada.
  • You must intend to live in Ontario after you’re granted permanent residence. 
  • If you are applying from within Canada, you must have legal status (visitor record, study permit, or work permit) at the time you apply and should maintain that status until the time of nomination.

 

Introduction

  • you have to apply online through the OINP e-Filing Portal, it takes about three hours to complete the application,you have to pay by credit card, we only accept Visa, Visa Debit, Mastercard and Mastercard Debit
  • you must submit your application within 14 calendar days after you register or your registration will expire (if it does, you can re-register provided we are still accepting new registrations under this stream)
  • you have to pay to apply and the cost varies depending on where you will be working
  • If your application is successful, you will receive a Nomination Approval Letter and an OINP Certificate of Nomination by email.
  • Once we notify you, your next step is to apply for permanent residence to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) within six months.

Prince Edward Island - Express Entry View

Requirements

  • meet the requirements of at least one of the Federal Economic Immigration programs:
    • Federal Skilled Worker Program;
    • Federal Skilled Trades Program; or
    • Canadian Experience Class
  • create a Federal Express Entry Profile and be placed in the pool of candidates.  You can create a profile at any time through IRCC(link is external).
  • There are two pathways to permanent residency through the PEI Express Entry Category, depending on if you have a job offer in PEI or not.  Priority will be given to applicants that are living and working in PEI.

Introduction

  • If you meet the eligibility criteria listed above you must first read the Labour Application Guide  then you or your representative must create a profile in the Prince Edward Island Expression of Interest system
  • To create a profile you will be asked to provide a valid email address, and identification information including your passport details.  Your profile will remain active for a period of six months.
  • Once your account has been verified, you will be able to proceed to complete your profile. Applicants can only have one active profile at any one time.
  • You must ensure information provided in your profile is accurate and verifiable. 
  • The complete application package, along with the $300 application fee, can be submitted to the Office of Immigration in two ways:
    • In person at 94 Euston Street (2nd floor), Charlottetown, PEI; or
    • Courier or mail package to: Office of Immigration 94 Euston Street, 2nd Floor PO Box 1176 Charlottetown, PE Canada   C1A 7M8
  • After you receive a nomination you are responsible for submitting your Application for Permanent Residency to Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada(link is external) (IRCC) along with your nomination certificate.  IRCC will then assess your application for admissibility factors.  You can check processing times at IRCC on their website(link is external).

 

New Brunswick-Express Entry Stream View

Requirements

  • Applicants must be accepted into Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada’s (IRCC) Express Entry pool.
  • Score a minimum of 67 points out of 100 on the PNP point assessment grid of the Express Entry Skilled Worker Application Guide (534 KB));
  • Have an IRCC Work Permit with at least 4 months remaining at time of application, or be entitled to apply for one;
  • Have a Canadian post-secondary degree or diploma, or an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) report from an agency approved by IRCC to verify that their foreign education is equal to Canadian education standards. The ECA submitted with the application must match the education level declared in the Express Entry profile and the points claimed in the points grid.
  • Demonstrate the intention and ability to settle permanently in Newfoundland and Labrador;
  • Have sufficient settlement funds or financial resources to successfully establish themselves and any dependents in Newfoundland and Labrador;
  • Be able to provide language test results from a designated testing agency that match the language level declared in the Express Entry profile; and,

Introduction

Create your Express Entry profile

If you’re eligible, the tool will send you to your online account to fill out an Express Entry profile.

  • Follow the instructions to create an account (if you don’t already have one).
  • Enter your personal reference code when it prompts you to (only if you have one).
  • Enter your personal details.
  • Create or sign in to your account
  • To complete your profile, you’ll need: information from certain documents (for example, language test results); your National Occupational Classification (NOC) job title and code
  • You may exit the profile at any time. Your information will be saved in your account.
  • You have 60 days to complete and submit your Express Entry profile. Otherwise, you’ll have to start again.
  • Once you’ve filled out your profile, you can submit it online. We’ll figure out which immigration program you’re eligible for under Express Entry.

BC Skills Immigration and Express Entry View

Requirements

Introduction

BC-Skills Immigration-International Graduate View

Requirements

  • have completed a degree, diploma or certificate from an eligible post-secondary institution in Canada in the past three years
    • Your program must have been at least 8 months (two semesters) of full-time equivalent coursework (excluding co-op work terms, practicums and internships).
  • have accepted a full-time, indeterminate job offer (a permanent job, or one with no set end date) from a B.C. employer. The job must be in a National Occupational Classification skilled occupation  (Skill Type 0 or Skill Level A or B). 
  • qualify to work in your occupation in B.C.
  • show you can support yourself and your dependents
  • have, or be eligible for, legal immigration status in Canada
  • for NOC skill level B occupations, meet minimum language requirements
  • have a wage offer in line with B.C. wage rates for the occupation

Introduction

  • Registration

    • The first step is registration with our Skills Immigration Registration System (SIRS). Registering allows us to assess your job, location in B.C., education, language ability and wage. We will review this against B.C. labour market needs.
  • Invitation

    • Invitations are issued based on the BC PNP’s annual nomination allocation and processing capacity. However, a registration does not guarantee that you will be invited to apply. If you are invited to apply, you have up to 30 calendar days from the date of invitation to submit a complete application via BCPNP Online.  
  • Application

    • Submit your Skills Immigration application through BCPNP Online. After receiving an invitation to apply, Skilled Worker, Entry Level and Semi-Skilled, and International Graduate candidates can apply online. HealthCare Professional and International Post-Graduate applicants do not need an invitation, and can apply directly through BCPNP Online. You have 30 calendar days to apply through BCPNP Online. Your application requires a $700 processing fee.
  • Nomination

    • Receive a provincial nomination and apply to IRCC for permanent residence.

Alberta Express Entry Stream View

Requirements

Introduction

Alberta Opportunity Stream-International Student View

Requirements

  • At the time your application is postmarked and at the time the AINP assesses your application, you must have a valid work permit (not implied status or restoration status) for an eligible occupation. Valid work permits are based on one of the following:
    • a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA)
    • a LMIA exemption for workers based on one of the following exemptions as determine by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC):
      • international trade agreements
      • workers transferred within a company
      • International Experience Canada
      • Mobilité Francophone
      • an open work permit issued by IRCC to
        • vulnerable workers who have demonstrated they are experiencing abuse or are at risk of abuse in the context of their employment in Canada, including under the Vulnerable Workers Open Work Permit (VWOWP) exemption, or
        • the family members of a vulnerable worker under the VWOWP exemption
    • a Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) held by a graduate of an Alberta Advanced Education publicly funded post-secondary institution
      • PGWP holders must also meet specific occupation, education and work experience requirements as set out below.
  • At the time your application is postmarked and at the time the AINP assesses your application, you must work in an eligible occupation in Alberta. Occupation requirements also apply to your work experience and job offer. You must review the Work Experience criteria and Eligible Job Offer criteria sections for details.
    • The occupation you are working in at the time your application is postmarked to the AINP is your “current occupation.”
    • Most occupations under National Occupational Classification (NOC) skill levels 0, A, B, C and D are eligible under the AINP.
  • Language requirement:If you are working in a NOC 0, A or B occupation, minimum CLB/NCLC 5. If you are working in a NOC C or D occupation, minimum CLB/NCLC 4.
  • At the time your application is postmarked you must have completed a minimum of high school education in your country of origin.
  • If you started attending your Alberta credential program before April 1, 2019, your credential must be one of the following Alberta Advanced Education approved credentials:
    • certificate or post-diploma certificate or post-baccalaureate certificate (minimum one year in length)
    • diploma program (minimum 2 years in length)
    • undergraduate bachelor's degree
    • graduate level degree
    • graduate level certificate
    • graduate level diploma
  • If you started attending your Alberta credential program on or after April 1, 2019, your credential must be one of the following Alberta Advanced Education approved credentials:
    • post-diploma certificate or post-baccalaureate certificate (minimum one year in length)
    • diploma program (minimum 2 years in length)
    • undergraduate bachelor's degree
    • graduate level degree
    • graduate level certificate
    • graduate level diploma
  • At the time your application is postmarked you must have either:
    • a minimum of 12 months full-time work experience in your current occupation in Alberta within the last 18 months; or
    • a minimum of 24 months of full-time work experience in your current occupation in Canada and/or abroad within the last 30 months
      • This work experience can be a combination of experience gained in Alberta, in Canada (outside Alberta) and/or abroad.
  • Post-Graduation Work Permit holders require a minimum of 6 months full-time work experience in your current occupation in Alberta within the last 18 months.
  • For all applicants, including Post-Graduation Work Permit holders, work experience in the qualifying period:
    • must have been full-time, for a minimum of 30 hours a week
    • must be for the same occupation as your current occupation
    • must have been authorized by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada and with valid temporary resident status if completed in Alberta or Canada
    • cannot have been gained while studying in Canada and doing co-op work placements or internships as part of a study program, unless you are a Post-Graduation Work Permit holder who completed during paid co-op work terms as a part of your program of study at an Alberta post-secondary institution.
  • To qualify, the work terms must have been:
    • paid and full-time (minimum 30 hours per week)
    • for work experience directly related to your current occupation, and
    • for work experience all gained in Alberta
  • All applicants, including Post-Graduation Work Permit holders, must meet the following licensing, registration and certification requirements:
    • You must have the required licensing, registration or certification to work in your current occupation in Alberta at the time your application is postmarked and at the time the AINP assesses your application for nomination.
    • If you are working in a compulsory trade in Alberta you must have a valid Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Trade (AIT) recognized trade certificate.
    • If you are working as childcare worker, you must have valid certification as a child development worker (formerly Level 2) or child development supervisor (formerly Level 3).
  • Your job offer or employment contract must be signed by you and your Alberta employer and must offer:
    • continuous, paid work
    • full-time work, defined as a minimum of 30 hours/week
    • employment for 12 months or more
    • work in your current occupation
    • wages and benefits that meet provincial minimum wage and:
    • work for an eligible AINP occupation for which you have a work permit that meets AINP work permit requirements

 

Introduction

Prince Edward Island-Critical Worker View

Requirements

  • have a full-time long-term (i.e. permanent or minimum of  two years) job offer from a PEI employer in NOC skill level C or D(link is external);
  • have worked a minimum of six months full-time for the PEI employer;
  • have a valid work permit and legal status in Canada;
  • be able to attend an interview with staff from the Office, if required;
  • possess a minimum education of secondary school;
  • be between the ages of 18 and 59;
  • have at least two years of full-time work experience or relevant education in the past  five years;
  • provide a language test from an IRCC approved testing institute within the past  two years with a minimum score of CLB/NCLC 4;
  • have sufficient financial resources to pay all immigration costs (including travel expenses) for you and your family to be able to establish in PEI; and
  • demonstrate a genuine intention to settle in PEI.

Introduction

 

  • If you meet the eligibility criteria listed above you must first read the Labour Application Guide  then you or your representative must create a profile in the Prince Edward Island Expression of Interest system
  • To create a profile you will be asked to provide a valid email address, and identification information including your passport details.  Your profile will remain active for a period of six months.
  • Once your account has been verified, you will be able to proceed to complete your profile. Applicants can only have one active profile at any one time.
  • You must ensure information provided in your profile is accurate and verifiable. 
  • The complete application package, along with the $300 application fee, can be submitted to the Office of Immigration in two ways:
    • In person at 94 Euston Street (2nd floor), Charlottetown, PEI; or
    • Courier or mail package to: Office of Immigration 94 Euston Street, 2nd Floor PO Box 1176 Charlottetown, PE Canada   C1A 7M8
  • After you receive a nomination you are responsible for submitting your Application for Permanent Residency to Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada(link is external) (IRCC) along with your nomination certificate.  IRCC will then assess your application for admissibility factors.  You can check processing times at IRCC on their website(link is external).