Frequent Asked Questions
Canada Express Entry FAQs
The Express Entry system of Canada Chooses the right candidates for Canada Immigration for the following programs:
- Federal Skilled Workers Program
- Federal Skilled Trades Programs
- Canadian Experienced Class Programs
- A part of PNP (Provincial Nominee Program) Program
The ITA is issued to the candidates who have achieved the qualifying score in the Express Entry System and hence, have been accepted to the Express Entry Pool. However, below are the aspects, which mostly boost and enhance your chances of getting an ITA:
- If you have achieved the minimum qualifying score in any round of invitations of the express Entry System.
- If you have a job offer from a Canadian Employer and the same is LMIA (Labour Market Impact Assessment) approved.
- If you have a nomination from a Canadian Province or Territory having the PNP program.
The immigration process, although is subject to various aspects of candidates document and candidature verification, however, it aims to take six months. This processing time starts after CIC confirms the candidate’s submission of complete online PR application and it end when any decision is taken on the application. However, it can also increase due to the factors, i.e. Candidate’s medical certification delay or LMIA approval, etc