Moving to Canada is an exciting opportunity but also a great challenge – be it for study or job or living. Canada has always been welcoming to international students who seek higher education. With Ottawa as its capital city, the Niagara Falls country has contributed in transformation of international education globally. Walking into the right corridor has not yet been an easy option – yet we assist every interested Nepalese student to go through all steps for successful application. As implemented from 1 June 2014, all study visa applicants must possess evidence of acceptance from education providers which are listed on “designated learning institutions (DLI) list” and hold sufficient financial arrangements. To check if your education provider is a “Designated Learning Institution (DLI)”..
Express Entry to Canada Express Entry to Canada
Express Entry is a system which manages applications for work visa in Canada under different economic migration programs. Existing migration programs, effective under Express Entry since January 1, 2015, for the year 2015 are:
- Federal Skilled Worker Program Federal Skilled Worker Program
- Federal Skilled Trades Program Federal Skilled Trades Program
- Canadian Experience Class Canadian Experience Class
- Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)
Each province and territory, except Quebec, has its own “streams” (immigration programs that target certain groups) and criteria for their PNP. Applications are assessed on skills, education and work experience to contribute to the economy of that province or territory, and they must want to live there. Since 1 January 2015, many provinces and territories have launched different nomination programs. For more information, [ Click Here ]
Quebec has no PNP program. To learn more about migration system in Quebec. [ Click Here ]
To apply under Express Entry System, one should first decide the code and validity of the job experience and qualification according to the program’s criteria under National Occupational Classification (NOC).
Find the job title, code, skill level or type at Find your job title, code and skill level or type at. http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/skilled/noc.asp