The system is called “Express Entry” because the federal government has undertaken to process these applications faster than usual, generally in a six-month period. The caveat is that the application has to be complete and impeccably prepared on top of meeting all the statutory requirements. We have had some applications processed in less than two months — ones where all possible issues were addressed in advance and all questions were already answered in the submission.
Have you created your profile correctly, or have you inadvertently made a mistake? Even if you had no intention to present false information, you might be found to have misrepresented yourself based on a discrepancy in the online profile, filed forms and/or documents.
An applicant who is found to have submitted dishonest information or a fabricated document can be banned from re-submitting their profile to the pool for five years, as well as from submitting any other immigration application. As such, it is of utmost importance to ensure all submitted data is accurate and correct.
Have you run into trouble trying to correctly establish your profession under the National Occupational Classification (NOC)? We can help.
If you are uncertain as to how to assess your own skills, abilities and credentials, you may consider seeking advice from a professional immigration consultant before creating your profile in the Express Entry pool. Many industries and occupations are changing so fast that these changes cannot be adequately reflected in the official government publications and instructions.
EE has proven to be the fastest and most economic route to obtaining permanent residence in Canada, outside the province of Quebec, and thus has become very popular — but it’s only effective if you meet all the requirements.
Please contact us to determine your eligibility and to learn how to improve your score, profile and chances to smoothly sail through the EE process.