Obtain Permanent Residency under Canadian Experience Class Program

There are three programs run by the Canadian Government under the Express Entry System to allot visas to foreign nationals looking forward to work in Canada, namely,

 While the first two programs are for individuals who have not yet migrated to the Northern country, the third program is for individuals who are already working in Canada with temporary residential status. Canadian Experience Class is a program under which individuals who have already gained certain experience of working in Canada are given permanent residency. This is for those who have been working in Canada and now want to settle permanently.

Since this visa is for applicants who have entered Canada on temporary visa, its eligibility criteria differs from other programs’.

To qualify for Canada experience class 2017 visa, an applicant must have at least 12 months of practical experience in the job he wishes to pursue in the last three years immediately preceding the date of application. The individual is required to have clocked a minimum of 30 hours a week as a full time employee and received wages for his work.

The candidate must have selected a job from the NOC (National Occupation Code) list. Another requirement is language proficiency in English and/ or French language. The minimum score required to he obtained depends upon the skill type mentioned in NOC list. Lastly, the applicant must not wish to stay in the state of Quebec.

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