The “Canada Express Entry” program was introduced by the Canadian Federal Government in January 2015 to replace the previous “first come, first served” immigration system. Express Entry isn’t simply a program for immigration; it’s also an internet platform designed to manage the intake of immigration applications for Canada.
In accordance with one of three federal programs for immigration to Canada, qualified applicants may submit an online profile, commonly known as an Expression of Interest, to the Express Entry Pool or take part in provincial nomination schemes.
Candidates’ profiles are compared to one another using a point system, commonly referred to as a complete ranking system (CRS). Highly rated individuals are given consideration for an invitation to submit an application for permanent residency under this procedure. Core criteria including age, education, job history, and language proficiency are used to determine how many points are awarded. Additionally, a qualifying employment offer and provincial nomination are given important points.
Candidates who are invited to apply must promptly submit a complete application and the required processing costs within 60 days of receiving the invitation. An express entrance application for permanent residency can be processed in just six months.