Canada, 20th October: Pools open for Canada IEC Program 2017.
Yes, that is quite true.
Pools open for Canada IEC Program 2017—Pools are now open for IEC Program 2017. Yes, that is quite true. Canada’s International Experience Canada(IEC) Program has reopened now. Yes. It will give thousands of foreign youngsters from different nations to live and work in Canada for a temporary period.
“Pools Open for IEC Program 2017 now”.
This is effective from 17th October, 2016. Eligible candidates from different nations having a reciprocal agreement with Canada shall be allowed to create a profile. They will be able to enter the pool for their nation and category.
Canada IEC program—Canada IEC program is a popular program among international youth over the last couple of years. Many foreigners coming to Canada on an IEC work permit live in Canada even permanently. IEC participants get the opportunity to explore different parts of Canada over their time period in Canada.
IEC divided in three categories—It needs to be worth notable that IEC Canada is divided into three categories. Yes. Following are the categories—
- Young professionals;
- Working holiday
- International Co-op.
Most popular of these categories is Working Holiday category.
Working Holiday Category—Well, IEC Canada’s Working Holiday category enables participants to get an open work permit in Canada. This Canada work permit allows the holder to work in Canada for any employer. He or she many get eligible for more than one of the above stated categories.
2015 IEC changes retained for 2017—Yes, changes introduced to Canada IEC in the year 2015 have been retained for the year 2017 too. As per the changes, eligible candidates create an IEC profile. They enter a pool of candidates for their nation and category. If they are eligible for more than one category, they can enter a pool for different categories too.
So, the new process is going to be retained for 2017 IEC season too. If you are eligible, you can submit a profile from 17th October, 2016 onwards. However, one shall have to wait for getting an ITA for completion of their application.
Living in Canada after IEC participation—Majority of IEC participants get further status in Canada. This could be as a Canada permanent resident or as a worker.
CEC(Canadian Experience Class) is a Canada immigration program offering an opportunity for individuals who have worked in Canada to get permanent settlement. IEC participants can also be eligible for FST(Federal Skilled Trades) class or FSW(Federal Skilled Worker) class.