Canada, 19th October: Changed Canada Express Entry Visa rules will require new application process.
So, foreign students wanting to study in Canada and making an application for Canada residency must start early preparations before coming to Canada.
New Canada Express Entry Visa rules announced—
Canada Express Entry Visa rules have been announced by Canada government earlier this year. This means Canada Express Entry visa will need new application process now.
Canada Express Entry Visa changes shall require new application process for all now.
Applicants to be ranked on a unique point-based system—So, applicants for Canada Express Entry shall be offered rankings on the basis of a new unique point-based system. Yes, that’s quite true. It will be offering priority to applicants having previous education as well as work experience.
What does this mean for prospective students? Well, it means that aspirants for studying in Canada will have quite less probability of getting qualified as a Canada permanent residency applicant.
Canada Express Entry immigration scheme—
Canada Express Entry immigration program is meant to manage Canada permanent residency applications under Canada Experience Class, Federal Skilled Worker Program and Canada Federal Skilled Trades Program.
Beginners shall be subject to an upfront pre-assessment of their qualifications under CRS(Comprehensive Ranking Score). So, the CRS scoring process is vital for your ability to make an application under Canada new Express Entry process.
How are points added up for foreign students under Canada Express Entry?—
One can earn points under Canada’s CRS scoring process under four categories. These are human capital, common law partner/spouse, additional points and skill transferability.
Mostly, foreign students shall get governed by two categories, that is human capital and skill transferability. You get points under human capital for age, education qualifications, language proficiency and Canada work experience. Person having language proficiency, Canada work experience and foreign work experience gets skill transferability points.
Those aged between 20 and 29 years get highest CRS points. You must chalk out a long term plan and get education as well as work experience in your native nation before you come to Canada if you want to increase your CRS points score and maximize your probability of getting an ITA(Invitation to Apply) in Canada Express Entry visa program.
In addition, you must have language proficiency in either of Canada’s two official languages, that is, English or French. It will help you in getting a high CRS score.