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    Our Approach

    The Canadian Immigration System is dynamic and tend to change very often. Under the Express Entry Federal Skilled Worker stream (EE-FSW) the CRS score which leads to an invitation from the Federal Government, means being able to apply almost immediately for Permanent Residency, fluctuates anywhere from 439 to 476 points in the last 2 years. Check this link.

    Clients who their score, as of today, is higher than the last draw score can unfortunately, find out that in the next draw their score is not high enough, which means their profiles continue in the pool of candidates but they are not selected as of yet. This scenario happens very often, and naturally generates disappointment and unnecessary stress.

    As a firm, we trust that the Canadian government is fair and welcoming, as a matter of fact, Canada accepted in 2019 more than 100,000 new Permanent Residents through the Express Entry stream. However, the draw score changes to address the need of the local economy, and it’s impossible to predict what would be the next draw score, much less to know if it will go up or down.

    As a result of that, we take a very conservative approach to the Express Entry program, we work under the assumption that every one of our clients, who currently resides outside Canada, will have to get a qualified job offer before he arrives to be able to secure his immigration process. We also know, as a matter of fact, that the immigration system prioritizes candidates with a qualified job offer and these candidates are more likely to adapt to Canada as immigrants, both financially and socially.

    We think our approach this is the safest, most reliable, and healthiest approach to the EE-FSW stream, as it provides our clients with two main scenarios, the first is to be selected on spot, in case the score is high enough in relation to the last draw score, and second, is to accept that looking for a job offer, in the vast majority of the cases, will be part of the immigration journey. Our clients are always ready for these two scenarios, and we are well equipped to support, train, and coach them through their international job search and the immigration process that follows.

    When will you be able to start your new life in Canada?

    When will you be able to start your new life in Canada?

    We know that the vast majority of candidates, who are looking into immigrating to Canada, are welcome to start their journey. These applicants enjoy from talent and skills that are needed in Canada, moreover, are recognized by the Canadian Government. However, the vast majority will not be able to become Permanent Resident of Canada in 6 months, which is the official time frame the Canadian Government has been published. In the last 12 months, most of the applicants who were invited by the Canadian Government to submit a full Permanent Residency application scored at least 460 points, most of them have already acquired either Canadian work experience or Canadian education.
    Canada Immigration is very dynamic

    Canada Immigration is very dynamic

    Canada Immigration is unpredictable, dynamic, but on the other hand very welcoming. Last year more than 100,000 applicants were granted Permanent Residency through the Express Entry Stream. Can we trust the Canadian system? In terms of being fair and honest, most definitely. However, the system is clearly prioritizing applicants who acquired a job offer from Canadian employers, or people that are already in Canada who acquired Canadian work experience.  Why having a job offer from a Canadian employer is so important? The Canadian government has formed a clear conclusion in regards to the likelihood of an immigrant to adapt in Canada, and its simple and makes lots of sense. If a foreign national has a Canadian employer willing to hire him before he arrives in Canada, he most probably will adapt, stay in Canada, raise his family here, and will enjoy financial and social stability. Isn’t making sense?
    The silver profiles – the skilled and talented 100,000 candidates

    The silver profiles – the skilled and talented 100,000 candidates

    At this moment, there are over 100,000 candidates already in the pool of Canada for Skilled foreign workers. Make no mistake, these are talented and skilled candidates who scored anywhere from 300-460 points. We call them the Silver Profiles.

    If you live outside of Canada and never acquired some Canadian Work Experience or Canadian Education, you’re most probably a member of this talented group.

    If you’re not in the pool yet, you are invited to assess your CRS score here

    CRS score distribution of candidates in the Express Entry pool as of September 28, 2020

    Silver Profiles
    Talented & Skilled

    CRS score range Number of candidates
    301-350 24,519


    Our mission

    Our mission

    Our company has been structured to serve these 100,000 candidates who are already in the pool, or the ones who want to join it. We help our clients to navigate the Canadian immigration system by helping them optimize their profile through acquiring a job offer before they arrive in our country.  

    Important to understand, the Canadian immigration system is very clear, a Job offer from a Canadian employer, in the vast majority of the cases, is the golden ticket to Permanent Residency and a smooth adaptation for you and your family in Canada.   
    Where do you live?

    Where do you live?

    Our primary focus is customers who live outside Canada, already in the pool, and understand that acquiring a job offer is their pathway to Canada. 

    We know that finding a job in Canada, if you are not here, is a challenge that only a few firms decided to specialize in. We at Mobility Visa are up to this challenge as long as our customers understand the time and dedication required from both parties to be able to have positive results. Teamwork is our key to success. 


    Basic Criteria for our program

    Basic Criteria for our program

    We work only with customers we believe enjoy from a genuine chance to secure a job in Canada. As part of our professional profile assessment we confirm that the customer complies with these minimum criteria:

    • Education – Bachelor Degree
    • Work Experience- At least 3 years of skilled experience
    • Occupation- In shortage in Canada
    • Age: 25-45
    • Language- High proficiency
    • Job location- Flexible, willing to move to some remote towns
    What do we expect from our customers?

    What do we expect from our customers?

    To be committed to the job search process requires the utmost dedication and time. We, as an organization, will exhaust all our resources to maximize the customer’s chances to secure a qualified job, however, it’s teamwork that cannot succeed unless the customer is an integral part of the job search process.
    Get ready for a job search

    Get ready for a job search

    We will help you to get proper training and coaching to maximize your chances to secure a job. We accompany and support you throughout the entire process.
    Kindly review our product and services.

    Get ready for your Immigration Preparation

    Get ready for your Immigration Preparation

    We recommend our customers to start collecting documents and information essential to any immigration process that may start once a job offer in Canada was secured. Canadian employers are very sensitive to long immigrating processing time, therefore, being ready for the immigration process is very much essential.  
    Join the pool of skilled Candidates

    Join the pool of skilled Candidates

    Why is it important? Even though joining the pool, for a customer who scored 350-460 points, won’t lead to an immediate Invitation to Apply, it opens a door of opportunities to be noticed and nominated by one of the provinces. Being in the pool allows the candidate to open a profile on Job board, a governmental site exposed to thousands of Canadian employers. Some of our customers were able to get a job offer from a Canadian employer through Job Bank. Being part of the pool is a staffing solution, among many others, we’re using to maximize our customer’s chances to secure a job in Canada.
    Qualified job offers

    Qualified job offers

    All our resources, time, experience, and knowledge are available for our customers. It is a journey that requires time and dedication, but the ones who are persuasive are likely to secure a job offer. A qualified job offer by definition should be issued by a company that is in good standing, in operations for at least one year, and have some its staff members on the payroll.  
    Full Immigration process

    Full Immigration process

    Once our client was able to secure a job offer, our legal team will assess the employer’s profile to define if the company is qualified and complies with the immigration program criteria. 
    We invest time and resources in confirming the employer’s commitment to the process, taking under our consideration, processing time involved in any immigration process. The employer support through the immigration process is very much key to the positive outcome of your immigration project.  
    Arriving in Canada

    Arriving in Canada

    When you’ll arrive in Canada and on which legal status, either permanent or temporary, will be defined once a job offer was issued to you by a Canadian employer. Canada offers more than 70 different programs, some of them lead to Permanent Residency and others to Temporary Work Permit who may eventually bridging out to Permanent Residency. Our company act on your behalf before the Canadian employer and get the best outcome possible.  


    Global Talent, Canada is waiting for you, start your Journey Today!

    Choose Express Visa Canada to take you through every step of your pathway to Canada

    Working Holiday Visa Australia

    Working Holiday Visa (Subclass 417)

    The Subclass 417 visa allows certain tourists aged between 18 and 30 years old (inclusive) – and Canadian, British French and Irish citizens 18 to 35 years old (inclusive) to have an extended holiday in Australia, while supplementing their funds with short-term work. The visa is valid for 12 months and allows multiple entries into and exits from Australia. Visa holders can generally work for up to six months with any one employer and can study for up to four months. Work up to 12 months for some types of specified work and regional areas may be possible.

    A second Working Holiday visa may be granted to those applicants who complete three months of specified work in regional Australia while holding their first Working Holiday visa. From 1 July 2019, a third Working Holiday visa may be granted where the visa holder meets additional specified work requirements.


    These are the minimum requirements for an application for this type of visa. Depending upon your particular circumstances, you may need to meet additional requirements.

    You must:

    • Be 18 to 30 years old (inclusive) – except for Canadian, French and Irish citizens who can be 18 to 35 (inclusive)
    • Apply online from outside Australia
    • Not be accompanied by dependent children
    • Not have previously entered Australia on a subclass 417 or 462 visa. If you have previously been in Australia on a subclass 417 visa, see the second Working Holiday visa.
    • Hold a passport from an eligible country or jurisdiction:
    • Belgium
    • Canada
    • Republic of Cyprus
    • Denmark
    • Estonia
    • Finland
    • France
    • Germany
    • Hong Kong
    • Republic of Ireland
    • Italy
    • Japan
    • Republic of Korea
    • Malta
    • Netherlands
    • Norway
    • Sweden
    • Taiwan
    • UK

    If you are applying for your second Working Holiday visa, you must also:

    • have completed three calendar months of specified work in regional Australia while on your first Working Holiday visa

    From 1 July 2019, to be eligible for a third Working Holiday visa, you must:

    • on or after 1 July 2019, have completed six calendar months of specified work in regional Australia while on your second Working Holiday visa

    The Specified Work requirement for a Second or Third Visa

    For the purpose of a second or third Working Holiday visa, ‘specified work’ includes certain types of paid work carried out in the following industries:

    • plant and animal cultivation
    • fishing and pearling
    • tree farming and felling
    • mining; and
    • construction

    Voluntary work is not accepted as ‘work’ for the purposes of applying for a second or third Working Holiday visa.

    The period of specified work (either three months for a second Working Holiday visa, or six months for a third Working Holiday visa) means an evidenced period of paid, full-time equivalent work over a minimum period of 88 calendar days (for three months) or 176 calendar days (for six months) in regional Australia. ‘Regional Australia’ is defined by post code. One day of full-time work is taken to be the normal number of hours per day (or shift) that is considered standard for that particular industry and the role in which you are employed. You can complete the work in a variety of ways.

    For example, to be eligible for a second Working Holiday visa, an applicant must evidence:

    • working full time, 5 days per week for a continuous 3 calendar month period, including on a piecework rate agreement OR
    • working less than 5 days per week in any combination of full-time, part-time or piecework rate work which adds up to the equivalent of five days a week over 3 calendar months OR
    • working less than five days a week over a longer period than 3 calendar months, including on a piece work rate agreement.

    The work can be with one employer, or several, and can be spread over the period of your stay in Australia. You can also work longer than the required period in regional Australia in specified work. Paid public holiday leave and sick days are counted as a day of specified work. Unpaid leave or holidays, and unpaid days due to severe or seasonal weather, are not counted.

    Application Process

    The visa application is lodged with the Department of Home Affairs (the ‘DOHA’), along with any supporting documents. The main criterion is that you satisfy the requirements listed above. You must also have access to sufficient funds to support yourself during the initial stages of your holiday. In addition, you must meet certain health and character requirements, and may be asked to provide evidence of health and/or travel insurance.

    You must enter Australia within 12 months of the date that your visa is granted. You may then work in any job in any location in Australia, provided that you do not work for more than six months for any one employer unless an exemption applies. You must also not study for more than four months.

    Working Holiday Visa (Subclass 462)

    The working Holiday Visa is open as well to other nationalities, kindly review the list below for more details.

    List of participating countries

    • Argentina
    • Banglades
    • Chile
    • People’s Republic of China
    • Hungary
    • Indonesia
    • Israel
    • Luxembourg
    • Malaysia
    • Poland
    • Portugal
    • San Marino
    • Slovak Republic
    • Slovenia
    • Spain
    • Thailand
    • Turkey
    • USA
    • Uruguay

    Federal Skilled

    Federal Skilled Workers are persons with suitable education, work experience, age and language abilities under one of Canada’s official languages and who are selected under the Express Entry Immigration system to apply for permanent residence.

    Under Express Entry, Federal Skilled Workers across 347 eligible occupations who meet minimum entry criteria, submit an expression of interest profile to the Express Entry Pool.

    The profiles of candidates in the pool are ranked under a Comprehensive Ranking System.  The highest-ranked candidates will be considered for an invitation to apply for permanent residence.

    For more than 90% of the applicants, a qualified job offers from a Canadian employer essential to be awarded with a higher score who leads to an invitation.